Realme has unveiled UltraDart, the next generation of its Dart charging system. It is a new charging architecture that will support charging speeds ranging from 100W to 200W. The company also revealed that the Realme GT Neo3, right in the middle of the range with 150W, will be the first smartphone to use the UltraDart Charging Architecture (UDCA).
Existing phones that used older Dart incarnations charged at rates ranging from 18W to 65W. The best of them can charge completely in 35 minutes. UltraDart aspires to be even faster while incorporating more features to ensure battery safety and longevity.
The goal is to charge from 0 to 50% in just 5 minutes. Realme is increasing the current with multiple boost charge pumps to get there.
The Temperature Management Algorithm will keep the battery temperature below 43°C (110°F) while charging, even if the user is simultaneously pushing the chipset with a demanding game or bingeing video for extended periods.
The Ultra Battery Protection system ensures that the high-quality lithium batteries retain 80 percent of their capacity after over 1,000 complete charge cycles.
Again, this technology will be available to the general public soon, as the Realme GT Neo3 is nearing mass production. The phone was not announced today, so stay tuned for more information on UltraDart soon. And, given that the GT Neo3’s 150W is in the middle of the UDCA range, we can expect a 200W flagship, as well as more affordable 100W models, shortly.