Realme’s MagDart is a magnetic charging technology to rival Apple’s MagSafe


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As wireless charging speeds ramp up to 65W on phones such as the OnePlus 9 Pro, Realme is showing off a very different kettle of fish called MagDart that appears similar in concept to Apple’s MagSafe, albeit with much faster-charging speeds. Just like MagSafe, Realme’s MagDart is about more than just fast charging speeds with an entire ecosystem having been created around the technology.

Realme’s Flash concept phone with its 4,500mAh battery can be fully charged from 0-100% in under an hour using the 50W SuperDart wired charger.

Realme’s 50W MagDart charger is apparently the fastest magnetic wireless charger in production. With a fan to keep it cool, the MagDart wireless charger can even achieve the 65W SuperDart charging rate.

If 50W wireless charging sounds a little too high-performance for you, Realme also unveiled a 15W MagDart charger that separated the coil and board in order to keep things cool while still maintaining the bragging rights of being the thinnest magnetic wireless charger so far.

Next up is the MagDart Power Bank Base which attaches to the phone and that when combined with the base turns into a desktop charging stand, allowing your smartphone display to be easily viewed.

Other MagDart accessories include an attachable beauty light, a wallet with a built-in kickstand, and a case for the Realme GT that adds the MagDart technology to it. There’s no telling when Realme will launch a phone with the MagDart technology built-in, but with the resources taken to create the ecosystem of accessories and even the MagDart case for the Realme GT, we shouldn’t have too long to wait.


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