A mobile that is suitable for this technology with a 4000 mAh battery will charge from 0 to 33% in 3 minutes.
Relatively long ago, announced in July last year Realme is known as UltraDart Charge with a 125-watt maximum-power, super-fast charging technology, but a good year later we still haven’t seen a mobile phone suitable for it. GSM Arena asked him what was the case with this solution and the CEO answered, Mr. Madhav Sheth gave: next year. In 2022, in addition to super-fast charging, an ultra-premium flagship may come into the GT series, and obviously this model may be the first to be able to do so.
The charge controller of UltraDart technology divides the 20V / 6.25A power into three, which charges the battery components simultaneously at 10 volts with a current of 12.5 amps, while 14 thermal sensors take care to avoid overheating. With a capacity of 4000 mAh, the connected mobile can charge from 33% to zero in 3 minutes, but if we don’t need such an amazing charging speed, we can obviously re-control the performance manually. UltraDart technology is compatible with both 65W PD and 36W Qualcomm standards, so you don’t necessarily need a factory adapter to charge it quickly.