After many rumors and teasers, realme has finally introduced its newest fast charging technology to the world. Known as SuperVOOC, the novelty provides 240W of power and promises to charge some smartphones in minutes.
According to realme, the charger used to provide this power features a single USB-C connection and its size is only 5% larger than a 150W adapter.
realme used a three-way 100W load coil parallel design with 20V and 12A input, 10V and 24A output to achieve 98.5% efficiency in load conversion.
realme has also customized a 12A charging cable with thicker wires to ensure the full charge capacity is delivered without heat. This increased the current by 20% when compared to the previous generation.
The realme 240W SuperVOOC protocol is still compatible with 65W PD, QC and VOOC, and the realme GT Neo 5 will be the first smartphone from the manufacturer to support the new technology.
The smartphone should have 13 integrated temperature sensors, a real-time security monitoring system and a larger heat dissipation area using graphene.
In addition, the manufacturer promises that after 1,600 full charge cycles from 0 to 100%, battery health will still be greater than 80%. The high temperature and high humidity of the environment should not impact the safety of charging.
Finally, realme says that the new charger arrives together with the realme GT Neo 5 in February, but the company did not specify a date.