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realme GT Neo 3's 150W charging hits 50 percent charge in just 5 minutes!

realme just released a video demo of the 150W SuperDart charging in action on the GT Neo3.
Screenshot from the video demo of the 150W SuperDart charging

The realme GT Neo3 is the first to have 150W SuperDart charging 

Two years ago, the Chinese company announced the arrival of  125W UltraDart fast-charging technology.  Allegedly, this charging tech can juice up a 4,000mAh battery from 0 to 33 percent in just 3 minutes.  

A year later, the company's Madhav Sheth promised that a phone would finally launch sporting the tech, sometime in 2022.

This time, realme already introduced its 100-200W UltraDart charging tech at the Mobile World Congress 2022 that just ended. It seems that the company is planning to release it on an upcoming smartphone.

During the MWC 2022, realme had revealed that the phones equipped with UltraDart charging tech will still have up to 80 percent of their battery capacity after 1000 complete charge cycles. 

According to the company, the phones will also be able to charge via lesser charging speed. However, they will feature multiple boost charge pumps which increase the charger's current.

The video which was uploaded shows that the realme GT Neo3 might be the first device to boast this feature. From the teaser, it could be seen that the realme GT Neo3's battery was charged from flat to 50 percent in a flash or in just 5 minutes! 

UltraDart Charging Architecture (or 'UDCA') is the next tier in the company's Dart Charge fast charge hierarchy. It is meant to accompany devices that support fast charging speeds between 100W and 200W.

The video hinted that the 150W fast-charging solution might be hitting the market pretty soon, bringing along a massive charging speed.

There are reports saying that aside from the 150W SuperDart fast charging, the realme GT Neo3 will sport a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 chipset. If this is true, it will be one of the smartphones to be powered by the latest Dimensity 8000 series. 

We still have to wait for further announcement from realme since there's still no information yet regarding the GT Neo3's release yet. Stay tuned for updates.

Source: GizmoChina

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