The first reports of a new Realme flagship only hit the public recently. Yesterday, Gsmarena revealed in an exclusive report that this device will be known as Realme Flash. According to reports, this device will be the first Android flagship with the magnetic wireless flash charging feature. A new poster of the Realme Flash shows that this device will have a ring-shaped design at the center of the rear.
This device will be similar to the iPhone 12 series with a magnetic device inside the phone that permits magnetic charging. The Realme Flash is not only the first Android device that supports magnetic wireless charging, it will also be the first mobile phone that supports magnetic wireless fast charging.
Earlier report shows that Realme has a very thin and light magnetic wireless charger for the Flash model. The reports show that this charger supports 15W charging and can meet daily charging needs. However, the company also has another magnetic wireless charger that supports fast charging. Its overall thickness is much larger. The all-metal design is necessary for effective heat dissipation for charging wirelessly. The reports regarding the MagDart wireless charger show that the device will hang on to the rear of this device. It will induce power into the smartphone. However, the charging capacity of this charger is still under wraps for now. This device comes with a built-in fan to ensure an effective charging speed. The speculations so far claim that this device will support at least 30W wireless charging.
Realme Flash will support other magnetic accessories
Furthermore, the Realme Flash will support other magnetic accessories like magnetic cardholders, magnetic radiators and so on. More importantly, these accessories no longer need to be connected with a heavy shell as in the past.
In addition to the MagDart wireless charger, what else does the Realme Flash offer? This smartphone will come with a punch-hole display as well as a triple rear camera setup. Under the hood, it will have Qualcomm’s latest flagship processor, Snapdragon 888. This chip will be coupled with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. This smartphone will support a USB Type-C connector. On the software end, this device will use the Realme UI 2.0 on top of Android 11.
Unfortunately, there is not much information regarding this smartphone. Obviously a flagship smartphone, there is no news on the launch date or the price of this device. Nevertheless, we hope to know more about this device in the coming weeks.