This is BBK Electronics’ first foray into quick charging, and they’re hoping to keep it that way for as long as possible. In the case of the Realme GT Neo3, for example, the business has given another another teaser for the 150W UltraDart rapid wired charging.
GT Neo3 teaser posters depict a cell that has been split in two, as is typical with quick charging batteries. Considering that it only takes 5 minutes to charge the 4,500 mAh battery 50%, a complete charge should be within 20 minutes.
Realme claims to have passed 41 TÜV Rheinland safety tests because of a separate chip that controls the charging curve. In addition, there is a cooling pad option that should help dissipate heat more effectively.
Is it reasonable to assume that all of these devices are using the same technology, given that a OnePlus smartphone just got 3C certification with 160W fast charging and an Oppo charger recently launched?