The fast charging race of Chinese smartphone manufacturers continues without slowing down. Today, Realme has officially announced its 125W fast charging technology Ultradart right after its parent company, Oppo.
Just a day after Oppo announced its 125W Flash fast charging and 65W AirVOOC wireless charging technology, Realme announced its own fast charging technology called 125W UltraDart. Considering that Realme is one of Oppo’s sub-brands, we can say that this development is not surprising.
According to the statements made by Realme, 125W UltraDart fast charging will be able to charge a standard battery with a capacity of 4,000 mAh by 33 percent in just 3 minutes. Realme states that it uses a three-way charging solution for extremely high-speed charging technology, while it uses the simultaneous strain relief method to prevent heat buildup.
As you can imagine, the most important problem in such a high speed charging technology is warming, and Realme states in his statement that this is why they especially focus on cooling system optimizations. The ultra-thin VC heat sink plate inside the charger allows the heat generated by fast charging to be absorbed and dissipated.
With backward compatibility with VOOC, Dart, Warp, SuperVOOC, SuperVOOC 2.0 and SuperDart technologies, 125W UltraDart charging technology supports PPS up to 125W, PD up to 65W and QC protocol up to 36W. Realme stated that for the new fast charging technology, a cable from USB-C to USB-C is required, while the technology can charge devices such as laptops and tablets as well as smartphones.