[Update: It’s Announced] Realme Flash With MagDart Wireless Charging Technology Launching Soon: Report

Let’s take a look at the Realme Flash launch details, specifications and features.


Update: Realme India CEO Madhav Seth has confirmed the Realme Flash MagDart charging support. The CEO has also teased the design of its upcoming phone. There is still no word on the official launch date of the phone in India at the moment.

Original Story follows…

Realme has confirmed that it is working on a magnetic charging tech. The charging mechanism will rely on the phone’s magnets placed on the back, similar to MagSafe charging on iPhone 12. The company is likely to launch two wireless charging devices that will seemingly offer magnetic wireless charging for upcoming devices. The company did not reveal the device which would feature its new charging mechanism. A new report now claims that Realme would launch its MagSafe-ready phone very soon. The phone is likely to be called Realme Flash. Let’s take a look at the Realme Flash launch details, specifications and features.

Realme Flash is the first Android phone to feature magnetic charging

Realme could launch its first smartphone with magnetic charging. A report claims that Realme Flash will debut soon with MagDart charging tech. A GSMArena report reveals the design of the phone. The phone has a triple-camera setup on the back. There is a huge camera cutout, placed below which are two tiny sensors. The LED flash is placed inside the rectangle-shaped camera module. The device has a curved display with a hole-punch cutout for the front camera.

It draws power from a Snapdragon 888 SoC and will feature up to 12GB of RAM. The phone will come with 256GB of internal storage and run Android 11 out of the box. As expected, it will feature Realme UI 2.0 on top of Android.

It also shows the boxy Realme MagDart charger clipped on the back of the device. There is no word on the charging speed using MagDart. The charging solution is a lot bigger in size than Apple’s MagSafe coil and also includes a fan. Unlike Apple’s 15W charging cap, we can expect Realme to introduce faster-charging speeds for its MagDart tech.

The charger also packs a USB-C connector. Realme will also launch a smaller puck-shaped charger, which is likely to support 15W charging.