- Realme Flash Smartphone may be announced.
- The wireless charger features a fan to keep the thermals under check.
- The upcoming smartphone will feature a triple rear camera setup.
Realme is gearing up to host an event on August 3 and it is believed that the company will launch its new wireless charging which was recently appeared online. The company is believed to showcase Realme MagDart Magnetic wireless charger and it is also expected that the company will launch a new smartphone called Realme Flash.
Realme shared an image of the upcoming smartphone along with MagDart and the company posted the image with the hashtag “realmeFlash” and it also features a tagline “Coming in a flash.” It indicates the company will launch a new smartphone called Realme Flash along with the latest MagDart charging technology.
Separately, there is a report that shared renders and the important specifications of the upcoming smartphone and the MagDart charger. Let’s have a look at it.
According to the source, the upcoming smartphone will feature a triple rear camera setup along with a hole-punch cutout on the top of the screen. It is also said that the upcoming Realme Flash will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC along with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. It is also said that the smartphone will run on Android 11 with Realme UI 2.0 on top.
On the other hand, the upcoming Realme MagDart charging is coming with a thick cuboid with ventilation on the back and the wireless charger will also feature magnetic element to stick it on the backside of a smartphone.
The newly leaked render also reveals that the connection between the wireless charger and the smartphone is wireless but the upcoming MagDart charger requires a USB Type-C connection. It is said to offer 15W.
The source also suggests that the upcoming Realme MagDart will feature a fan to keep temperatures in check.
Read interesting news, reviews as well as tips & tricks on TechnoBugg website, and stay updated with the latest happenings of the tech world on the go with Technobugg App. Also follow on Google News and join our Telegram channel for the latest updates.