NEW DELHI: It seems that Chinese smartphone makers are betting big on fast charge technology. Recently, Xiaomi and
announced that they will be introducing 120W fast charge technology soon. Now another Chinese smartphone has joined in.
has announced that it will unveil its new fast charging technology on July 16.
Realme India’s Chief Executive Officer, Madhav Sheth teased the launch of the upcoming charging technology which is said to be faster than the company’s 65W SuperDart fast charging solution. The company has not yet revealed the details of the fast charging solution but as per rumours it is expected that the company is working on 120W Ultra Dart fast charger. It is said that the company’s upcoming fast charging solution can charge a smartphone with a 4,000 mAh battery in just 3 minutes.
The company will be launching the fast charging solution globally as the company has teased the launch on Weibo as well. Revealing about the launch, Sheth posted on Twitter, “Remember which brand launched India's #FastestChargingFlagship in 2019 & brought India's 1st 65W charging phone in 2020? We have more to offer now. Being pioneers of charging technology, we're about to usher in a new era of Dart.”
Recently, iQOO also unveiled its 20W ultra-fast flash charging technology which can charge a phone with a 4000mAh battery from 0% to 50% in just 5 minutes and can charge it 100% in 15 minutes. On the other hand, Oppo will also launch its 125W fast charging technology today.
Meanwhile, Realme launched its latest entry-level budget smartphone in India. The company has launched Realme C11 in the country with a price tag of Rs 7,499. The smartphone will be available for purchase from July 22 on Flipkart and Realme.com.