Realme threw a wireless charger back when it started Real Buds Air TWS in India. However, the charger was not available for several months. However, as the CEO of India, Madhav Sheth, teased, the charger is now available on its website at the price of 899 99. At the same time, the head of India is also concerned about the arrival of 50 and 65W mini adapters in India.
The Realme Wireless Charger is the company’s first venture in induction charging technology. The charger is available at Realme’s Website in a single gray color option and comes with a universally compatible Qi wireless charging standard.
Realme wireless charger
Looking at the charger, there is silk screen printing with a soft matte color on the charging surface. On the side, there is a Type-C port that is welcoming, to say the least. Under the charger, there appears to be a thick rubber surrounded by stripes circles probably for better grip.
Interestingly, the details under the charger show a “Made in China” and has an RMA203 model number. The maximum output is rated as 10W, but the description states that it can provide a maximum output of 7.5 W for iPhone when supplied with a QC 2.0 (10W) or 3.0 (18W) charger.
With a thickness of only 9 mm, the charger has features such as foreign object detection, transmission distance of about 5 mm and less. Realme says that in addition to Realme Buds Air, it supports other devices such as smartphones, laptops that support the Qi standard.
Price at 99 899, the Realme wireless charger is currently only available on realme.com, but we can expect it to be available elsewhere soon.
Ultra-slim SuperDart 50W and 65W chargers
At the same time, CEO Madhav Sheth as well revealed that the company will soon bring the excellent and exceptional SuperDart Charger 50 and 65W models to India.
If we remember, the adapters made their debut along with 125W charging solution at the Chinese Realme event. If we remember, these are very similar to the SuperVOOC mini chargers that Oppo presented at its own event.
– Madhav (@ MadhavSheth1) August 1, 2020
If Realme adopts a similar technology in-house, the 50W charger will have a Gallium nitride to conduct higher voltages and currents in small size. Support 27W PD and 50W PPS protocols, the chargers are designed to be extremely portable and to help power the devices quickly during the trip.
Let’s wait for the official word from Realme to learn more.