realme announces 240W charging: 10 seconds to talk 2 hours!

realme announces 240W charging: 10 seconds to talk 2 hours!

realme announces 240W charging

realme unveiled the fastest smartphone charging to date: 240W. The announcement of the new charging system comes simultaneously with the presentation of realme GT Neo5, the new flagship of the Chinese company.

This new smartphone will in fact be the first to support a 240W charging system. Without going around the bush: what we will see arriving on the global market within a short time will in all respects be the fastest fast charging system in the world for the USB Type-C standard, clearly detaching the most powerful proposals from its competitors.

realme GT Neo5 will not be the only model with this new technology: Francis Wong, CEO of realme Europe, also confirmed that 240W fast charging will soon arrive in the global market, with the next realme flagship, realme GT 3 realme does not hide the enormous leap forward made by charging technologies for mobile devices: in just eight years the charging speed has in fact improved tenfold. In "money" it will mean that with just 10 seconds of recharging it will be possible to have enough energy to be able to make two hours of phone calls without any interruption.

To support this new recharging system we will find, in real GT Neo5, a 4600mAh ultra-thin electrode battery. All with a TÜV Rheinland certification to guarantee the longevity of the battery. In fact, this will be able to continue to offer over 80% battery capacity after 1600 recharge cycles, double the market standard. The certification also includes over 60 levels of protection to ensure a completely safe charging system.

At the time of writing it is not yet known whether realme GT Neo5 will arrive in Italy. However, if we were to go too far, we would consider it very probable that the new Chinese flagship could be presented during the next edition of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​which will be held from February 27 to March 2, 2023. If so, it would mean that only a little more than a couple of weeks separate us from the new “golden standard” of ultra-fast charging.