Realme Flash will be the first Android phone with a charging system like MagSafe

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Realme is preparing for the launch of the first ever Android smartphone with a magnetic charging system like MagSafe. This smartphone, called Realme Flash, comes with a magnet under the back panel and Use a magnetic charger like a pack Charge your device wirelessly. This is similar to what you’ve seen with Apple’s latest MagSafe charging system for the iPhone.

Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India, started teasing the device on Twitter yesterday. The tweet was followed by a GSM Arena report revealing Realme Flash Monica. Realme also added that it will be the first Android phone maker to launch a device with a magnetic charging system. This development was recently confirmed by Sheth through an official tweet. Check out the tweets just below.

Now, for those who don’t know, I recently saw Realme filing multiple trademark applications with MagSafe’s competitors.According to the filing, Realme’s magnetic wireless charging system will be called MagDart Charge Realme Flash wirelessly using a magnetic charger.

According to reports, Realme’s MagDart chargers are physically bulkier than those offered by Apple.However, the MagDart charger Achieves a charging speed of 15W or moreRealme’s magnetic wireless charging solution is reportedly the fastest in the world. In addition, the MagDart charger is reported to come with a USB-C port and cooling fan to address thermal issues.

For Realme Flash smartphones, the device is reported to show off a curved display with a punched selfie camera in the upper left. The details of the lens are unknown at this time, but there is also a triple camera setup on the back. Internally, Realme Flash packs the Snapdragon 888 SoC in combination with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, according to reports. Run Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 as it is.

There are no details yet about future MagDart magnetic chargers or Realme Flash smartphones. However, we can expect Realme to share more information in the future, so stay tuned for updates.

Featured image courtesy of GSMArena