Oppo was the first company to launch fast charging technology with an impressive 125W of power. As Realme is part of the company, it is natural that it will also embrace this technology and we already know where it will be launched for the first time.
Through Twitter, the leader of Realme for Europe confirms that the brand’s first smartphone with 125W fast charging will be launched in Europe. It remains to be seen when it will be revealed and which model will be chosen.
125W fast charging will reach Europe through the hands of Realme
Madhav Sheth’s publication does not reveal much to us and curiously it is illustrated with a charger that is not compatible with European sockets. Still, Sheth was very clear in indicating that the old continent will be the debut site for this impressive technology.
Confirmed that Realme’s intention is, we now lack additional details on the equipment that will feature this fast loading. The model chosen and the date of its development are data that we will discover over the next few weeks.
With roughly three months to the end of 2020, Realme does not have much time left to shake the market with this technology. Therefore, it should not be long before the much desired details about this mysterious equipment are released.
125W fast charging promises impressive times
At the time of its official presentation, Oppo showed the full potential of the new fast-charging technology. With a power of 125W, the brand promises to fully charge a 4000mAh battery in just 20 minutes.
These figures are impressive, but there is the reverse side of the coin, explained precisely by Oppo. With these charging speeds, your smartphone’s battery health will suffer a lot.
According to Oppo data, after 800 charges the smartphone battery will lose 20% of its original capacity. To have a clearer idea of the impact of this, the company says that the fast charging at 65W compromises only 9% of the battery’s health in the same period.
In any case, it should be noted that 800 charges means roughly two years of use. Even after that time, the smartphone will continue to work perfectly, it simply won’t give you the same autonomy that it did when you took it out of the box.
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