Realme teases the GT Neo3's 150W charging with TÜV Rheinland certification
BBK Electronics-made phones have been at the forefront of fast charging for a couple of years now and companies under the umbrella are looking to maintain that leadership. Realme GT Neo3, for example, is confirmed to arrive with 150W UltraDart fast wired charging and today, the company released another teaser for it.
The teaser posters show the GT Neo3's cell split in half, which is the usual battery design used for fast charging tech. The 4,500 mAh battery will charge from flat to 50% in just 5 minutes, so a full charge would probably take well below the 20-minute mark.
To ensure the safety of the charger, Realme says it passed 41 TÜV Rheinland safety tests thanks to an independent chip responsible for the charging curve. There's also an additional cooling pad solution that should maximize heat dissipation.
- Dig Bick
- 02 Apr 2022
The image processing on the K50 is awful, pictures come out cold and lack detail. Unfortunately its present on all Xiaomi phones.
- joe nodden
- 18 Mar 2022
The vanilla K50 has OIS. Unless the GT Neo3 has a godly set of sensors, you can't say it tops the K50 if it doesn't have OIS.
- 18 Mar 2022
Are we referring to the vanilla or the d9000 k50? The vanilla k50 also has a d8100, but the 48 mp cam is the same as the poco F3(imx 582), and if the cam software is tuned incorrectly there's no saving the camera with Gcam. The Gt Neo might be t...