A superfast charging experience is something that every tech user craves. In a world running on a fast-paced track where the fleet of time is just in a blink of an eye, people can hardly afford the time to lose.
Mobile devices are the primary technology tool that almost a majority of the world population possess. Yet it is not the era of dial-padded traditional mobiles where mere calling and messaging saved the battery from quick draining.
As the world sees the advent of smartphones, people also face issues of rapid battery exhaustion, heating, so on and so forth. It is, but normal to face such issues where these tiny devices have to bear the liability of continuing worldwide information for easy access by the public.
Many phone companies are struggling and competing to meet customer demands. Marketing strategies are constructed around the extension of larger phone memory, better camera qualities, and most importantly superfast charging technology.
With so much of work done in a tiny little device it is not easy to eradicate malfunctioning or battery draining. But what can be a substitute solution is to invent supercharging technologies.
Realme CEO Madhav Sheth possibly sees the growing demand for supercharging technologies and in a recent tweet on behalf of this ‘tech trendsetter’ Realme, addresses smartphone users to come up with voting for the battery capacity they would like to see in their upcoming Realme phones.
While we strive for a newer development, many people are still throwing criticism over bug fixing, overheating, and security features. However, that’s not all to it. People have happily volunteered to vote and came up with a suggesting of 50W to 100W as well.
Earlier Madhav Sheth had flaunted Realme X50 pro as India’s first 5g flagship with 65W Super Dart charge. Hence, people can assume it might not merely be a false promise from the Realme CEO. One can soon see something new coming up.