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Charging technology has developed at a dizzying rate in recent years. At the time of writing, we already have smartphones on the market charging at 65W, but there are brands that are preparing to almost double those numbers.

This Monday Oppo announced to the world that it is planning to introduce 125W charging in one of its next smartphones. And Realme is the next to enter this ‘war’ on July 16th.

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Realme officially announces 125W charging technology on July 16

The novelty was given by Xu Qi Chase, one of the main executives of Realme, on the social network Weibo. This gave the necessary clues that confirm that Realme will present its new fast charging technology to the world.

This news comes after iQOO has officially announced its 120W technology. This is at a time when rumors are beginning to emerge that the brand will launch the first equipment with this technology already in August.

125W charging can ‘fill’ a Realme’s battery in 10 minutes

Leaker Ishan Agarwal had previously shared data about the technology Realme was developing. This revealed that it was possible to charge a 4000mAh battery in about 10 minutes.

Technologies such as 5G or increasing the refresh rate to 90Hz and 120Hz make a device’s battery run out faster. And it is in this sense that the brands intend to bring loading speeds that make the process something more and more momentary.

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