Oppo subsidiary Realme will present midrange phone with 65W charger next week

Oppo subsidiary brand Realme will present its first smartphone that supports charging with 65W next week. Realme calls that SuperDart loading. Many phones work with chargers between 18 and 35W.

Realme, which focuses heavily on the Indian market, mentions in the teaser the Realme 7 the ‘fastest charging phone in India’. In the tweet, the manufacturer goes on to say that the phone will have four cameras on the back, with the primary camera featuring a second-generation 64-megapixel sensor.

The manufacturer has not yet announced a European release, but Realme will hold a press conference at the IFA electronics fair next week in addition to the Indian event. This fair takes place, on a smaller scale than usual, in the German capital Berlin. The Realme 6 phones were released in the Benelux earlier this year. They can charge with a maximum of 30W. The picture in the teaser shows a phone with a hole in the screen for the front camera in the top left corner. Furthermore, Realme does not yet give details about the smartphone.