Realme flash tipped to launch as first Android phone with magnetic wireless charging | Digit
Realme is reportedly working on a new phone which will be called the Realme Flash. The information comes courtesy of a new report by GSMArena, and also reveals key details about the phone.
As per the report, this phone will be the first Android smartphone in the world to come with support for magnetic charging as it will come with Realme MagDart. Interestingly, this is also expected to launch alongside the new phone.
The report explains that this will be similar to Apple’s MagSafe tech, as Realme MagDart will clip onto the back of the phone and charge the device. However, Realme’s MagDart is bigger in size than Apple’s MagSafe and includes a fan to keep the thermals in check. The report also adds that the charging speeds will be more than 15W and that Realme’s MagDart will be the fastest magnetic charger in the world once it launches. Apart from this, the charger will also bring with it a USB-C connector.
As for the phone, there are few details available about the device, with the Realme Flash reportedly set to feature a curved screen with a punch-hole cutout in the top-left corner of the display. This cutout will house the front-facing camera of the phone. Under the hood, the phone will reportedly come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. The back of the phone will feature a triple-camera setup and is expected to come running Android 11-based Realme UI on top.
We expect more information about the phone, and Realme MagDart itself to start emerging in the coming days and months. As always, we will be closely following the story, so stay tuned to Digit.in to get the latest on Realme’s MagDart charger and the rumoured Realme Flash.
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