Realme has made a significant stride in the smartphone industry with the unveiling of its 240W charging system. The technology will be featured in the upcoming Realme GT Neo 5 smartphone, set to be released in February 2023.
In terms of camera, the GT Neo 5 will sport a 50MP primary camera with OIS and IMX890 sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, a 2MP module, and a 16MP front-facing camera. The phone’s display will measure 6.7 inches and have a resolution of 1240×2772, with a refresh rate of 144Hz and high-frequency PWM dimming at 2160Hz.
To ensure the safety of the charging process, the GT Neo 5 will have 13 temperature sensors to monitor the temperature and suspend charging if it exceeds the expected levels. Realme further says that after 1600 charge cycles, the battery would retain 80% of its original capacity.
The 240W charging block is only 5% larger than a 150W charger, and Realme has created a unique USB-C cable to support the high-power output. The power supply converts 20V 12A to 10V 24A with an efficiency of 98.5% and is compatible with 65W PD, QC, and VOOC protocols.
In addition to the temperature sensors, the GT Neo 5 will have the largest evaporation chamber on the market, with a total area of 6,580 sq. mm. These features will work together to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the 240W charging system.
Overall, the Realme GT Neo 5, with its 240W charging technology, is an exciting development in the smartphone industry. The company’s commitment to safety and efficiency makes it a promising choice for consumers.