Realme has joined the bandwagon of fast charging solutions today in China. The company has unveiled its 125W UltraDart Charge technology. On paper, it seems a lot similar to the recently launched Oppo’s Flash Charge Technology.
The 125W UltraDart Charge technology has the same structure as Oppo. It Charges the device with a setup of 20V DC at 6.25A. This is done via three Parallel circuits(Charge pumps) inside. That’s via 10V DC at 12.5A and thereby charging two 2,000mAh cells simultaneously.
Realme 125W UltraDart Charge – What’s New?
With this, Realme claims it can charge 33% of a typical 4,000mAh battery in just 5 minutes. Additionally, the 125W UltraDart also supports 65W USB-PD and 36W QC protocols. Moreover, it supports backwards compatibility with Dart, VOOC and Warp Charge compatible devices.
Realme via a Weibo post, also described the other features of the 125W UltraDart technology. It said that the battery cells will be a dual 6C arrangement like the Oppo and also have a new Flip structure with BTB (Board-To-Board) interface.
Multi Tab Winding for better discharging
Located below the mobile, the interface effectively shortens the current path between the port and the charging terminals. This, when combined with the BTB interface, will reduce the heat generated.
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The cell also adopts an MTW(Multi Tab Winding) structure which not only reduces the impedance but improves the discharging characteristics as well. Realme said that the technology has 14 temperature sensors and a VC (Vapour cooling) plate. This can effectively keeep the temperatures below 40º.
Realme also said that without the temperature control, it can achieve an even faster speed of charging the battery completely within 13 minutes. It added that 125W will continue to pump the battery as the phone is switched on or even when a heavy game is loaded in the background.
When is it coming?
At the end of the event, it also launched surprise 50 and 65W ultra-thin chargers which are light, portable and aims to be a pocket companion for travellers. Realme also said that the 125W UltraDart Charge technology will be present on upcoming 5G mobiles as early as August to counter the problem of battery drain.
Talking about it, Realme CEO Madhav Sheth on Twitter said, “With 125W UltraDart we are starting a new era of Flash Charge, developed to meet the expanding power needs of 5G technology. All this with utmost importance to safety”. Let’s wait for more info as we march ahead in the coming days.