World Fastest Charging Technology: Realme has announced the release of the world’s fastest charging technology. The company says that it is bringing this technology to the Realme GT Neo 3 smartphone. This smartphone will be equipped with the world’s fastest 150W charging technology. Reality has claimed that this smartphone will charge the battery to 50 percent in just 5 minutes. This technology was launched at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. With this technology, the phone will be fully charged in just 10 minutes.
While showcasing the fastest charging technology at MWC 2022, Realme said that it will have the latest technology in its new series. Apart from this, the phone of this series will also have features like ultra fast charging, ultra heat management and ultra battery protection.
The world’s first charging architecture
Along with fast charging technology, Realme is also going to introduce the world’s first 100W-200W smart devices charging architecture – UltraDart Charging Architecture. The company also calls the UltraDart Charging Architecture UDCA. This is the new invention of realme.
Realme claims that this is the world’s first charging architecture. UltraDart charging architecture supports charging power between 100W and 200W with three technological advances including UDCA speed, safety and battery
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Realme GT 2 Pro Smartphone
Realme has launched its flagship smartphone series Realme GT 2 Series. In this series, Realme has launched Realme GT 2 series smartphones. However, these phones will have to wait a bit in the Indian market. Two smartphones Realme GT 2 and Realme GT 2 Pro have been introduced in this series.
The Realme GT 2 Pro smartphone flaunts a 6.7-inch 2K AMOLED LTPO 2.0 screen, which comes with 120Hz refresh rate, 1000Hz touch sampling rate and Gorilla Glass Victus protection. The phone has a 5000mAh battery, which supports 65W fast charging.
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