In 2020, Realme introduced its 125W fast charging technology, which can charge up to 33% of a 4,000mAh battery in three minutes. Now, the company has revealed when the technology will be used in smartphones.
The latest report from China has claimed that Oppo, Realme, and OnePlus will launch their smartphones with125W fast charging in the second half of this year. The technology will also support several fast charging protocols.
It will also support backward compatibility with VOOC, Dart, Warp, SuperVOOC, SuperVOOC 2.0, SuperDart Fast Charging Protocol as well as will come with 125W PPS protocol, 65W PD protocol fast charging, and 36W QC protocol. It is also compatible with universal 100–240V ultra-wide voltage inputs.
Previously, the CEO of Realme India and Europe, Madhav Seth first teased and demonstrated the 125W power adapter in Europe, but for some reason, the company has not officially launched the product.
Some reports earlier claimed that the Realme GT 5G smartphone supports 125W fast charging, but the phone supports 65W fast charging. Now, it will be interesting to see, which company device firstly come with such fast charging technology.