It seems that Realme believes that the time has come to be equal to the heavyweight companies in the market and has announced its desire to participate in the annual IFA 2020, which will take place from 3 to 5 September in Berlin. What products Realme will bring to the techno show is not mentioned.
Realme is preparing to release a new series of smartphones soon
Meanwhile, a message came that the company intends to introduce a new series of smartphones. Realme itself announced it Weibo page and all indications are that the new devices will become exclusive to the Chinese market. A screenshot of an unknown device has been posted, indicating that the gadget will receive a front-facing camera built into a round hole in the screen. And then there is support for 5G.
The other day, information about a smartphone with model number Realme RMX2121 was found in the TENAA database. This particular device may be part of a new range of devices. According to the controller, it has a 6.55-inch screen, two batteries with a capacity of 2200 mAh each and a rectangular compartment for the main camera is installed in the back, which will probably receive four camera sensors.
When will the premiere take place? nothing has been announced. But the company will not delay the announcement, it will take place soon enough, because the advertising campaign has been launched to promote the device in the market.
The Realme 125w was introduced
Realme recently joined China with fast charging solutions. The company introduced the 125W UltraDart Charge technology. On paper, it looks a lot like what was released recently Oppo Flash charging Technology.
The 125W UltraDart Charge technology has the same structure as the Oppo. Charges the device with 20V DC installation at 6.25A. This is done through three Parallel circuits (charging pumps) inside. This is done via 10V DC at 12.5A and therefore charging two 2,000mAh cells at the same time.
With this, Realme claims that it can charge 33% of a standard 4,000 mAh battery in just 5 minutes. In addition, the 125W UltraDart also supports 65W USB-PD and 36W QC protocols. In addition, it supports backward compatibility with Dart, VOOC and Warp Charge compatible devices.
Realme through a Weibo post, also describes the other features of 125W UltraDart technology. He said the battery pack will be a dual 6C configuration like the Oppo and will also have a new Flip structure with BTB (Board-To-Board) interface.