We are now in the era of ultra-fast charging capacity and Chinese manufacturer, Realme is on top of its game. Back in August, the company officially announced the Realme 125W UltraDart fast charging technology. Now, recent reports show that this technology will find its way to Europe soon. According to a recent tweet, Realme is planning “faster things for Europe”. The company said, “we’re planning #FAS7ER things for Europe”. This shows that this first Realme smartphone with 125W charging support is coming.
However, the company did not say which model will support this technology. Everyone is expecting the Realme 7 series to support this technology. These smartphones will arrive in Europe on the same day (October 7) as the 125W charging technology. The Realme 7 series includes Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro in Europe.
According to the company, the Realme 125W fast charge can get 33% of a 4000 mAh battery in 3 minutes. The Realme 125W fast charge 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.
REALME 7 AND 7 PRO MAIN FEATURES
Both smartphones come with punch-hole displays, however, the 7 has an LCD while the Pro brings an AMOLED panel. Curiously, due to the use of a cheaper LCD panel, the company can bump the Realme 7 refresh rate to 90Hz. Unfortunately, the 7 Pro is capped with a 60Hz refresh rate. Perhaps using a superior display would make this device too expensive. Under the hood, the standard version brings the gaming chipset Helio G95 SoC while the 7 Pro has a Snapdragon 720G chipset. Both handsets bring 64MP main cameras and 16MP selfie shooters.
The vanilla brings a huge 5000mAh battery with 30W fast-charging. The 7 Pro has a smaller battery with 4,500mAh capacity. However, it bumps the fast-charging support to a whopping 65W rate. The Indian versions lack NFC support, but the European versions will bring this feature.
According to the leakster @Sudhanshu1414, the Realme 7 is coming in both 6GB / 64GB and 8GB / 128GB flavors. The former will cost between €200 and €230, while the latter will sit between €240 – €270 price tags. When it comes to the 7 Pro we’re getting a single variant with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of Internal Storage with a €290 – €320 price tag.