Realme X50 Professional 5G showed to have 65W SuperDart charging

Realme X50 Pro 5G is shaping as much as be a spec-beast as we be told extra about it. It’s now additionally showed to have one of the quickest charging speeds on a telephone.

Rapid charging has grow to be commonplace fare on Realme smartphones, even within the price range section. It at first borrowed Oppo’s VOOC charging and endured to stay with it as more moderen generations changed into to be had. With the X50 Professional 5G, it’s taking a look to carry the SuperVOOC 2.0 tech to its arsenal. 

A teaser by means of its Eu arm confirms that the Realme X50 Professional 5G will function “SuperDart Fee”, which is its model of 65W speedy charging. There more than likely can be no reputable affirmation if it is equal to Oppo’s, however understanding the corporate’s historical past, it’s a quite secure guess.

For context, the Oppo Reno Ace has a 4,000mAh battery with toughen for 65W SuperVOOC 2.0. It takes most effective about 27 mins to move from 0 to 100%, which is the quickest observed on a smartphone. A five-minute top-up is alleged to take the battery to about 27%. 

The remainder of the specs are not any slouch both. The Realme X50 Pro 5G can be powered by means of the Snapdragon 865 chipset with as much as 12GB of RAM. IT will natively toughen 5G at each NSA and SA requirements. It’ll additionally run on Realme UI over Android 10 out-of-the-box.

The telephone was once at first slated for unveiling at MWC 2020, however since the development were given cancelled, Realme can be transferring to a web based unveiling for the X50 Professional 5G. It’ll now be introduced on-line globally in Madrid on February 24th. 

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