Realme launched its next generation of its Dart charging system dubbed UltraDart. It is a new build that allows charging speeds ranging between 100 and 200W. The brand also mentioned that it will soon launch the first device that will arrive with the UltraDart charging Architecture (UDCA), the Realme GT Neo3, which will fall right in the middle of the range with 150W.
Existing models with older charging tech of Dart supported charging speed between 18W and 65W. The best of the models took 35 minutes to fully charge. UltraDart aims at going even faster, while bringing more features to ensure battery safety and long battery life.
The target it desires to achieve is 0-50% in just 5 minutes. To make it to the target, Realme is using several boost charge pumps to increase the current.
The heat will be handled by the Temperature Management Algorithm which will keep the battery temp under 43oC (110oF) while charging, even if the user is simultaneously running the chipset at max speed with demanding game or playing videos for extended time.
In the long run, the high quality lithium batteries will retain 80% of their capacity after over 1,000 complete charge cycles, courtesy of the Ultra Battery Protection System.
Again, this tech will be commercially available soon as the Realme GT Neo3 is close to reaching the mass production phase. The phone itself wasn’t announced today, so keep up the hype for more on UltraDart in the near future. Since the GT Neo3 will support 150W , which is between the UDCA range, It won’t be long before we also get details about a phone with 200W, as well as more affordable 100W models.
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