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Realme announces IFA 2020 event, could launch X3 Pro with 125W UltraDart tech

Realme X3 Pro began leaking along with the Realme X3 SuperZoom back in May but it did not make it to markets. At the IFA 2020, it could finally see the light of day.

twitter-logoShubham Verma | July 20, 2020 | Updated 18:05 IST

Highlights

  • Realme is going to Berlin later this year to attend the IFA 2020.
  • The launch of the Realme X3 Pro is expected to take place there.
  • Realme could also launch some of its unannounced AIoT products.

Realme has announced it will attend the IFA 2020 that will be held in Berlin later this year. This is the first time for Realme to go to one of the biggest tech congregations and it is likely to drop new products there. The most sought-after device is going to be the Realme X3 Pro, which will sit atop the other two X3 smartphones. In a tweet, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth said: "See you in Europe. Big announcement to come from Realme at IFA 2020."

The Realme X3 Pro rumours began coming in at the same time as the X3 SuperZoom but only the latter made it to the market. Soon after, the Realme X3 was also launched, leaving only the third spot left for X3 Pro. The Realme X3 Pro was said to come with the top-end processor, unlike the X3 SuperZoom that uses last year's Snapdragon 855+. This means the X3 Pro could run the Snapdragon 865, or even the Snapdragon 865+, to be the ultimate flagship device.

Realme introduced the 125W UltraDart fast charging solution and chances are it could debut on the X3 Pro. The IFA is a big platform and Realme choosing it for the X3 Pro launch only seems ideal. The Realme X3 Pro also seems the perfect candidate for the 125W technology since it will have a bi-cell battery inside, as per previous reports. There will be 2250mAh and 2250mAh batteries inside the smartphone, giving a capacity of 4500mAh. The Realme X2 Pro also had a dual-cell battery.

The 125W UltraDart technology is claimed to charge a 4000mAh battery fully in 20 minutes while the 33 per cent of it will be charged in three minutes. Realme says it uses temperature control for the technology, without which the technology could charge the battery in just 10 minutes. The technology supports other charging protocols, such as USB-PD, Quick Charge, and PPS with, of course, varying speeds. The maximum output will be on Realme and Oppo smartphones since the technology used on them is the same and originally called 125W Flash Charge. It will need a revamped adapter, cable, and even the battery to work efficiently.

At IFA 2020 in Berlin, Realme could also announce some of its AIoT products. While the company has launched its smart TV, fitness band, smartwatch, and truly wireless earbuds, it is yet to launch smart screens and smart speakers. Maybe we could see their first glimpse at the show.

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