It would appear that Realme, one of the company's stablemates, will be the first to incorporate this technology onto a mobile device with the upcoming release of the Realme GT Neo 5.
It is claimed that this charging mechanism can fully charge a battery with a capacity of 45,000 mAh in less than nine minutes. Quite a demonstration of one's might.
Because of this, Realme has developed a brand new 12A charging cable that has strengthened 21 AWG copper wires on the inside. This improves the current carrying capacity of the cable by 20% when compared to the generation of charging cables that came before it.
Realme asserts that all appropriate safety measures have been followed, despite the fact that it would appear risky to charge a very tiny smartphone battery at such a high amperage.
The new charging system incorporates a total of thirteen temperature sensors, real-time safety monitoring, an inherently fire-resistant design for the PlayStation 3, and graphene phase-change cooling.
The endurance of the phone was tested under circumstances of 85% humidity and 85% temperature for a period of 21 days, during which time it was continuously charged and discharged. The test revealed that there were no issues with the phone's capacity to withstand these conditions.
According to Realme, the battery will only degrade by around 20% after 800 cycles, which is comparable to nearly two years of daily charging at the maximum pace. This is the amount of time that can pass if the device is charged at its maximum speed.
It is expected that Realme will launch the GT Neo 5 in February 2023 with a display of 6.7 inches, operating at 144Hz, and a processor based on the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.