- Realme’s MagDart charging tech will debut on August 3rd
- Today, Realme CEO Madhav Sheth hinted MagDart’s charging speeds
- Company will also unveil the Limited Edition MagDart Premium Package
Realme MagDart is likely to offer 66W fast charging. While it is not officially confirmed, a recent tweet by Realme CEO Madhav Sheth does hint on the charging speeds of the MagDart charter.
Realme will be holding a tech innovation event on August 3rd to unleash its Realme MagDart magnetic wireless charging technology, which seemingly works like Apple’s MagSafe. At the event, the company is also expected to showcase the Realme Flash as the world’s first Android smartphone with wireless magnetic charging capabilities.
Realme MagDart may support 66W rapid charging
Faster and Thinner!
Can you guess in comparison to which charging tech is #realme's MagDart charger 440% faster?
— Madhav Sheth (@MadhavSheth1) July 29, 2021
Apple’s MagSafe offers a charging rate of 15W. Sheth’s tweet says that Realme’s MagDart charger is 440 percent faster. Since Apple is the only other brand that offers magnetic wireless charging, Sheth could be hinting that MagDart offers 440 percent charging speeds than the MagSafe. This in turn hints that the MagDart may carry support for 66W rapid charging.
Recent reports have suggested that the MagDart chargers may arrive in different shapes and sizes. The one that was seen with leaked renders of the Realme Flash had a boxy design. One that can be seen in the above tweet seems to have a round-shaped design. The poster states that it is as slim as a coin.
— realme TechLife (@realmeTechLife) July 30, 2021
In the above tweet, the Realme TechLife Twitter handle has given a look at the Limited Edition MagDart Premium Package. It is unclear what is included in the package. The device appears like a magnetic charging pad that was recently tipped by popular leaker Mukul Sharma. The tipster had revealed there is another type of MagDart charger that has a slate-like design, which offers a larger charging area for charging different kinds of devices such as a laptop, a tablet, a smartphone, a smartwatch, and TWS earbuds. With few more days remaining for the launch, the company is shed some more information on its MagDart magnetic wireless charging technology soon.