Realme is now slated to unveil a smartphone that is said to feature an enormous 6,000mAh battery. The phone, which is en route to be unveiled in the Indonesian market first, is set to become the most massive battery in the Chinese smartphone manufacturer's lineup yet.
The latest development on Realme's 6,000mAh battery-toting device was laid out by Palson Yi, the company's marketing director. On Yi's Instagram account, a post that features a "6,000mAh" can be seen, which is more than just a direct reference to an upcoming phone with the aforementioned battery.
Yi also teased Realme fans that a "product" series will soon be launching with the gigantic battery feature. Alas, the Realme executive didn't leave out any further details.
A Realme smartphone with a 6,000mAh battery has already been in the rumor mill for quite some time. The latest to have indicated that such a phone is in the pipeline is the device's spotting on TUV Rheinland's database. The handset, which bears the product number BLP793, features a rechargeable Li-ion polymer battery.
A 5G phone with support for 125W fast wired charging
Realme isn't only mulling over releasing a phone with a gargantuan battery. As it goes for the budding smartphone company, the firm also hinted at launching its own 125W fast-charging technology. And it will be launching with a 5G-enabled device to top that all off.
In one of its latest Weibo posts, Realme revealed that it is planning to unveil a 5G smartphone that will feature "Super Flash Charge" technology.
While the company didn't reveal any significant detail alongside, the firm's CMO Xu Qi Chase posted an image on the same platform, with the number "1111101," which is translated to 125 in binary. Without going for the obvious, this could very well be indicative of a 125W fast charging technology.
Unlike OPPO, however, Realme won't be making use of the VOOC and SuperVOOC branding and is likely to come up with its own moniker. The firm recently adopted a new name – SuperDart Flash Charge for its X50 Pro 5G, but it should be noted that it is patterned from OPPO's SuperVOOC 2.0.
At the time of this writing, Realme is still mum about the other pertinent details surrounding the 5G-powered smartphone with the 125W fast wired charging feature.
Could it be a gaming-oriented smartphone or a regular one? Either way, this is good news for Realme fans, especially those who are battery-hungry.