It seems that Realme believes that the time has come to be on a par with the heavyweight companies of the market and announced its desire to take part in the annual IFA 2020, which will be held from September 3 to 5 in Berlin. What products Realme will bring to the techno show is not reported.
Realme is preparing to launch a new line of smartphones soon
Meanwhile, a message came that the company intends to introduce a new line of smartphones. Realme itself announced this on its Weibo page and everything indicates that the new devices will become exclusive to the Chinese market. A screenshot of an unknown device was posted, which indicates that the gadget will receive a front camera embedded in a round hole in the display. And then there is support for 5G.
The other day, information on a smartphone with a model number Realme RMX2121 was found in the TENAA database. Perhaps this particular device will become part of a new series of devices. According to the regulator, it has a 6.55-inch display, two batteries with a capacity of 2200 mAh each and a rectangular compartment for the main camera is installed on the back, which will most likely receive four camera sensors.
When the premiere will take place? nothing has been announced. But the company will not delay the announcement, it will take place soon enough, because the promotional campaign to promote the device to the market has started.
Realme 125w unveiled
Realme has joined the bandwagon of fast charging solutions recently 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.
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.