Charge your phone 100% in minutes: this is the super fast charge your next mobile will have

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Are you one of those who prefer your smartphone to mount a huge, heavy battery that takes you smoothly to the end of the day, or do you prefer a smaller, lighter battery with an ultra-fast charge that recharges up to 100% in what takes you to have a coffee?

Until relatively recently, the only solution to ensure plenty of autonomy for one and even two days of use was to mount a gigantic battery on mobiles. This caused both their thickness and weight to also grow exponentially.

Luckily, climbing in battery milliamps slowed down thanks to the development of more optimized fast charging systems. These allow you to recover the battery charge in a very short time, thus reducing the need to assemble huge batteries.

A few days ago Madhav Sheth, CEO of realme in Europe and India advanced that realme was working on an UltraDART fast-charging system that would provide a charging power of up to 125 W with which you could charge 33% of your smartphone's battery in just 3 minutes.

Why did the battery of your first smartphone have 1,500 mAh and now you need 4,500 mAh?
The locals will remember that the first mobiles with connectivity barely had 800 mAh of battery life and yet had a range of several days.

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With the advent of the first smartphones, the energy demand of more powerful processors caused the battery's charging capacity to increase to more than 1,500 mAh to reach even the end of the day. They consumed more, but they started doing a lot more with them.

The scale in battery capacity mounted by smartphones did not grow further in the same proportion as screens grew and with them the consumption of panels that, in most cases, were IPS with higher consumption.

This capacity increase has a counterpart that is to bring associated an increase in battery size, and therefore its weight. For some time smartphones without s scaling in inches, which made it easier to assemble larger capacity batteries without increasing the thickness of the terminals.

For a few years now, the average screen size of smartphones has stagnated between 6.2 inches and 6.8 inches. However, incorporating more and more powerful processors makes it necessary to continue the search for greater autonomy.

What if instead of having to carry all day with a large and heavy phone in your pocket, you could carry a smartphone with the same autonomy of use but much lighter?

The solution did not seem to be to incorporate larger batteries, but more efficient charging systems that would allow the autonomy to be recovered with small fast loads that allow the day to be completed without having to leave the smartphone for several hours as was the case with large capacity batteries.

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Fast charging within everyone's reach
Soon the first fast-loading protocols began to emerge, among which Qualcomm's QuickCharge was the one that the American chip manufacturer incorporated into its processors. Pump Express systems integrated into MediaTek processors are also known.

In those years most mobiles used 5 W chargers, so soon came the first fast-charging models capable of charging at 10 W. However, this feature was reserved for the top terminals and not all supported it.

At the same time, and as the load powers increased and waiting times shortened, each manufacturer developed its own loading system, thus creating a hallmark that differentiated them from the rest.

This was a major technological challenge because increasing the charging power also increased the temperature, accelerating the gradient of the battery cells and raising the risk of overvoltage. Keeping all these values at bay was a great R&D effort.

One of the most prominent fast charging systems since its inception was VOOC (Voltage Open Loop Multi-step Constant-Current Charging). This is the fast charging system has been licensed by realme to use on its models under the name DART.

With this real fast-charging system, it has made fast charging no longer a reserved feature only for the most expensive mobiles on the market.

It's happening: Phones that fully charge in 15 minutes

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Since his first real models, he has opted to carry the fast load on the specifications of all his models. From the input range to the most powerful 5G mobiles.

Thus, one of the first releases of the realm in Spain was the realme 3 Pro which already incorporated a fast load of 20 W when the market average at the time was 15 W.

The realme 3 Pro was followed by the mobiles of the realme X2 range that incorporated fast charging of 30 W and its older brother the realme X2 Pro,one of the pioneers in overcoming the barrier of the 50 W fast charging, continuing to recover in a few minutes the load that is necessary to withstand an entire day of use.

Earlier this year, realme dared to go further on the limits of fast charging with the launch of the realme X50 Pro 5G, the brand's flagship and one of the first models to incorporate a 65W SuperDART fast load that achieves truly spectacular loading times. Your smartphone charges from 0 to 100% in about 38 min

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