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Realme GT Neo 3 with support for 150W UltraDart charging technology on display

MWC 2022: Realme unveiled its 150W UltraDart charging technology alongside its Realme GT 2 series at MWC 2022. The fast charging technology will debut alongside the Realme GT Neo 3 later this year. The company claims the new technology will take the phone from zero to zero in five minutes. 50 percent can charge. Also read – Realme GT 2 Pro, Realme GT 2 launched globally: check specs, availability in India

Realme has revealed that the new 150W UltraDart charging technology uses three different technologies at once: multi-boost charging pumps, a temperature management algorithm and a new lithium battery. Also read – MWC 2022: Realme Book Prime Launched With 11th Gen Intel Processor, 16GB RAM

The technology is also claimed to keep thermal temperatures below 43 degrees Celsius and maintain 80 percent of battery capacity even after completing more than 1,000 charge cycles. Also read – MWC 2022: Mark Zuckerberg Calls for Support to Build Metaverse

It also touted the new UltraDart charging architecture as the world’s first architecture to support 100-200W charging power for smart devices. Explain how the charging technology works, realme stated that it uses multi-boost charging pumps to improve charging speeds. To maintain an ideal temperature while charging, the technology uses a temperature management algorithm. The latest element in the technology is a new lithium battery, which comes with a higher charging current to allow for faster charging.

During the MWC 2022 presentation, it showcased the technology on stage. Apart from this, the company has not disclosed any further details about the soon-to-be-launched Realme GT Neo 3

Realme has not disclosed any details on whether 150W fast charging is allowed by market regulators from now on or not. It will be interesting to see how the company maneuvers the technology into the mass market.

Apart from this, the rumor mill is abuzz with suggestions that Realme’s sister company, OnePlus, is planning to launch 150W phones that support charging later this year, hinting at the OnePlus 11 series that will come with the technology.

The new 150W fast charging standard does prevail over the current 120W fast charging standard that we have already seen in new smartphones including the Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge 5G and the iQOO 9 Pro




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