On August 3, Realme will host its MagDart event. The company will show off its magnetic charging technology, as well as possibly some accessories that use it. The Realme Flash will be the first phone from the Oppo spin-off brand to support MagDart charging, according to the company. Some key details about the phone, as well as the underlying magnetic charging technology, have previously leaked. The design of the Realme MagDart Wallet, which will be released as an accessory soon, has been revealed in a new report. Let’s take a look at the MagDart Wallet that’s attached to the back of the Realme Flash.
Realme MagDart Wallet renders
On August 3, Realme will unveil its MagDart charging technology. The upcoming Realme MagDart Wallet has been leaked ahead of its launch. According to a report from 91Mobiles, the wallet will be available in white. The Realme wallet, like Apple’s MagSafe Wallet, will allow users to store up to three credit/debit cards. It has a leather finish and is supported by an aluminum stand.
While the wallet’s design differs slightly from Apple’s MagSafe, the implementation is very similar. A puck-shaped charger, which is a knockoff of Apple’s MagSafe charging coil, is also revealed in leaked render images.
Two MagDart chargers are expected to be released by Realme. 15W charging is likely to be supported by the puck-shaped charger. The larger charger will have a boxy design and a fan to help with heat dissipation. We can expect Realme to introduce faster-charging speeds for its MagDart tech, unlike Apple’s 15W charging cap. According to the XDA report, charging the device’s battery, which is expected to be 5,000 mAh, will take less than an hour with the MagDart charger (if it is the Realme Flash in the video). Further information on the wireless charger’s performance indicates that it has a real-world charging power output of 35W and a peak power capacity of 50W.
The Realme Flash’s specifications have previously leaked online. On the back of the phone, there are three cameras. It’s said to be powered by a Snapdragon 888 processor.