- Realme introduced MagDart technology, which can effectively imitate Apple’s MagSafe.
- With a 50W charger, it can charge faster, although the ice hockey charger is “only” 15W.
- You can also buy charging cases, wallets and even photography lights.
Realme didn’t waste much time revealing its answers to Apple’s MagSafe.Company owned introduce MagDart technology, as the name suggests, provides Realme mobile phones with the equivalent of MagSafe wireless charging.
Just like the MagSafe method you saw in the iPhone 12 series, the Realme method combines the familiar inductive charging coil with a circle of magnets (in this case, boron and cobalt) to safely place your phone on the charger Or accessories. However, Realme has a clear speed advantage-according to reports, its 50W MagDart charger can charge a 4,500mAh mobile phone battery in just 54 minutes. For most iPhone 12 models, Apple’s MagSafe is limited to “only” 15W.
There are a wider range of accessories. Realme got a not-so-subtle tip from MagSafe, with a hockey puck-like 15w MagDart charger, a MagDart wallet and a MagDart mobile power bank. In addition, you can also choose MagDart Case to add the functionality of Realme GT. There is even Pro Light, which can provide better lighting for your selfies with 60 LEDs.
The company also showed off a concept phone Flash with built-in MagDart, but there is no known release plan yet.
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Realme has not mentioned the release date or price of any of its MagSafe similar products. If you want to enjoy the convenience of a magnetic wireless charger while sticking to Android, they are promising. However, the question is whether Realme will make a large enough commitment to the MagDart ecosystem. Due to its consistency, Apple has had some early success with MagSafe. MagSafe is available for every iPhone 12 variant, and the technology may last for multiple generations of hardware. It is not clear whether Realme will do this, and if the company limits MagDart to a small number of devices or abandons support after one or two product cycles, this may be a problem.