Realme has teased a new device called Realme Flash, which it claims could be the first Android phone to use magnetic wireless charging.
And while the company appears to rival Apple’s MagSafe for the iPhone 12 lineup, Realme is taking a somewhat different approach with the initial hardware.
And according to what I said Location GSMArena, Realme is preparing to launch a magnetic wireless charger called MagDart which is much larger than Apple’s MagSafe tablet.
Charging speeds are said to exceed 15W that MagSafe reaches, making it the world’s fastest magnetic charger. The trade-off, however, is that the hardware is thicker and requires an active cooling fan.
The MagDart, a thick, ventilated cube on the back, magnetically sticks to the back of the phone to charge it.
The connection between the charger and the phone is wireless. But the MagDart charger requires a USB Type C connection.
Realme is also working on a slimmer MagDart charger that looks a lot like Apple’s MagSafe tablet, it says. Location Gizmochina last week.
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According to GSMArena, Realme Flash is a flagship phone with Snapdragon 888 processor.
A leaked render of the phone shows that at least one model has 256GB of storage and 12GB of RAM.
And Realme Flash features a curved screen with a punch-hole in the upper left corner. There is a triple camera on the back.
The phone runs Android 11 with Realme UI 2.0 interface. Sources familiar with Realme’s plans said it will likely be announced next week.
And Realme has never included wireless charging in any of its phones before. This is despite the fact that they sell Qi wireless chargers that work with accessories such as earbuds.
And it took many years for Oppo’s sister brand to use this technology. And that After focusing on the VOOC wired fast charging system, which was also adopted as Dash Charge in many OnePlus phones.
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