Realme 125W Ultra Dart fast charger may launch in Europe soon


In July, Realme announced its 125W Ultra Dart fast charger. However, since the official announcement of this device, it is yet to hit the shelves. However, it appears that this device will launch in Europe soon. According to a tweet from Realme’s CEO, Madhav Sheth, this device may first arrive in Europe.

Realme 125W Ultra Dart

Although Mr. Sheth did not specifically say that this device will first launch in Europe, his tweet hinted that. He shared an image of the 125W Ultra Dart fast charger with the phrase “We’re planning #FAS7ER things for @realmeeurope  – so stay tuned!”. This suggests that this device will first arrive in Europe. 

We can see from the image that this charger will support 100 – 240V. This implies that it will work globally. The image also reveals that the plug of the charger is an American/Chinese plug. Of course, the maximum power of this charger is 125W. Nevertheless, the Realme 125W Ultra Dart fast charger also supports other lower charging capacities.

It is still unclear when this new Realme flagship will be released to the market. According to Realme, for a 4000 mAh battery, this charger will get to 33% in just 3 minutes. This charger also supports multiple fast-charging protocols including fast charging for high-power devices such as laptops. According to Realme, this device offers an all-round fast charging. 

It is backward compatible with VOOC, Dart, Warp, SuperVOOC, SuperVOOC 2.0, and SuperDart fast charging protocols. It also supports up to 125W PPS protocol fast charging, 65W PD protocol fast charging, and 36W QC protocol fast charging. In addition, it is also compatible with the universal 100-240V ultra-wide voltage input.

It is worth mentioning that the new Realme Q series will be officially released on the 13th of next month. The smartphone will use a dual-cell 65W flash charging, an OLED punch-hole screen, and support for an on-screen fingerprint sensor.

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