Realme subtly revealed the Realme Flash, a new high-end smartphone with a cool new feature.
The iPhone 12 series‘ main highlight was the MagSafe technology that uses magnets for wireless charging and for other accessories to work. That’s quite identical to how MagDart works, which is first seen on the new Realme Flash.
MagDart is the Android space’s initial attempt to wireless magnetic charger. Like MagSafe, the charging base will attach conveniently to the back of the phone with the help of magnets.
But unlike Apple’s, Realme’s MagDart charger looks noticeably larger as it actually has built-in fans to keep thermals in control. Quite reasonable actually, since it’s said that the charging speed is faster than MagSafe, which is only at 15W.
The rest of the high-end specs compliments this unique feature. There’s the trusty Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 operating system.
Meanwhile, the display, camera, connectivity features, and more importantly, the price and availability details, are yet to be revealed.