HE Realme GT3 with 240W ultra fast charging support Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023, taking place in Barcelona, Spain, was one of the highlights of this Tuesday (28). The mobile phone can recover 100% battery level in less than 10 minutes.
The phone, which has an energy storage of 4,600 mAh, uses a charger with Double GaN technology, as well as comes with three chips dedicated to charge management and a 12A cable. According to the manufacturer, the system is 60% faster than conventional models.
When you plug it in for just 30 seconds, you get enough power to call for two hours, while reaching 20% of the charge level in 80 seconds. Already A full charge of the new Realme smartphone takes 9 minutes 30 seconds.
The company assures that even with this strong performance, it is possible to provide 80% of the system capacity after 1,600 charging cycles. To that end, the Realme GT3 includes 13 temperature sensors, a massive vapor chamber cooling system, and other features that help maintain battery health.
HE Realme phone with 240W ultra fast charging Announced at MWC 2023, this model brings with it other appeals such as the backlight system as well as the camera module. The mechanism, called “Pulse Interface Design”, can flash in 25 different colors to alert you about notifications and calls, indicate low charge and other alerts.
The technical sheet of the mobile features a 6.74 inch AMOLED display (FHD+) and 144 Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, 8GB to 16GB RAM and 128GB to 1TB internal storage. The main camera is 50 MP.
Sales in the international market are expected to start between May and June. Realme GT3 will start at $649, equivalent to R$ 3,300 on the day’s quotation in direct conversion. The price is for the first version in 8GB + 128GB configuration.
Source: Tec Mundo
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