RealMe has the first Android Wireless Magnetic Charger to compete with Apple, find out what the features of this charger are

RealMe Magdart has released magnetic wireless charging technology. This is similar to Apple’s Mag Safe Charging, but this is the first time Android smartphone makers have come up with such a system. The company has introduced the Magdart wireless charging solution in two variants, one with a boxy design and the other with a rounded shape similar to Apple’s MagSafe. Both these devices are magnetically attached to the back of the phone. Magdart Wireless Charging Solution includes the 50W Magnetic Wireless Charger, which the company claims is the world’s fastest wireless charger.

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Realmi Flash Phone has also been released
In addition to this charging system, Realme has also launched the Realme Flash Concept Phone, which is specially designed for MagDart charging technology and packs a 4,500mAh dual-cell battery. The Magdart Charger fully charges the phone’s battery from 0 to 100 percent in under an hour.

What is Realme Magdart Wireless Charging Technology?
RealMe Magdart wireless charging technology, as stated, supports 50W charging speeds and uses boron and cobalt magnets. Realme uses the Magdart XL and a low-resistance copper coil, which results in low heat generation during wireless charging.

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Magdart Tools
For portrait photography, the Magdart Beauty Light can be connected to the phone via Magdart, and the smartphone can be operated by reverse charging to provide additional flashlight for selfies. The company said it would get electricity through reverse wireless charging. The Magdart Wallet, which holds up to three standard credit cards, serves as a kickstand to hold the phone while watching a movie or video call.

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