The race for fast charging will return in 2022 when the Chinese manufacturer, realme, launches its first phone with 125W load, which will narrowly exceed the 120W of fast charging power currently supported by phones like the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra or the Xiaomi 11T Pro.

Madhav Sheth, CEO of the company announced exclusively for the British media, GSMArena, which among its plans for 2022 is to launch a premium phone from the GT series that will come with the technology UltraDart, The same one that we met last July but that was only shown on test phones.

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This equipment would have the capacity to support 125W of cable charging, which means that it will be able to charge 33% of a 4,000 mAh battery in just 3 minutes.

Realme assured that its technology has 14 temperature sensors that monitor it all the time to ensure that the internal components of the phone and the battery do not get too hot and can be damaged by this process.

The good news is that every phone that is launched with UltraDart They will also be compatible with Power Delivery and Quick Charge.

Also, inside we will find a system of several layers of graphite with which it will be possible to dissipate heat and prevent the internal temperature from rising to 40 degrees Celsius.

Beyond that nothing is known about the first phone with technology UltraDart, but it is expected to be presented in the first half of next year.

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