Realme Launch Apple’s MagSafe Alternative MagDart Ecosystem For Android

When it comes to charging peripherals, you need to use something that’s safe and can’t cause an unexpected loss of charge. That’s what MagDart is all about. The MagDart ecosystem is an intelligent system that prevents any damage to devices while charging. You don’t have to worry about dust or water getting into your device or charger anymore, with the latest MagDart technology. The MagDart ecosystem is an intelligent system that prevents any damage to devices while charging. You don’t have to worry about dust or water getting into your device or charger anymore, with the latest MagDart technology.

Believe it or not, the MagDart ecosystem for Android actually exists, and today we’re going to tell you all about it.

With the Apple MagSafe 2 Magnetic Plug recently discontinued, we’ve looked at how other smartphone companies are responding. Android smartphone makers Google and Huawei have introduced their own MagSafe 2 chargers, but have not offered them in the market yet. Now, however, Chinese smartphone maker Realme has announced that it will be selling the MagDart in the country starting on April 6.

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MagDart Chargers, Realme Flash, and Accessories

Realme Flash Phone Concept

The Realme Flash concept phone, which could be the world’s first Android phone to utilize the company’s MagDart wireless charging mechanism, was unveiled by the Chinese tech giant. The Realme Flash is currently merely a prototype phone that was created to demonstrate how the MagDart charging technology works. Despite the fact that Realme did not divulge much about the phone, it is clear that it has a curved display and a dual-curved glass back panel. Under the back panel of the phone is a 0.3mm coil for magnetic charging. The phone is powered by a 4,500 mAh battery and works on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G CPU.

Charger MagDart 50W

Let’s move on to the main event: Realme’s 50W MagDart Charger. The MagDart, according to the tech giant, is the industry’s most tiny yet powerful wireless charger. The wireless charger also has an active cooling system, which enhances thermal efficiency, according to Realme. As a consequence, you can quickly charge your device while performing strenuous tasks like editing and gaming without the charger or device overheating. The active cooling system, on the other hand, adds weight to the charger.

The MagDart wireless charger, according to the makers, can charge a 4,500 mAh battery from 0% to 20% in under 5 minutes, which is fairly quick even for wired chargers. The MagDart Wireless Charger is therefore as efficient as a conventional charger.

50W MagDart Charger

MagDart Slim 15W Charger

Realme has released a super-slim 15W MagDart Charger in addition to the 50W MagDart Charger. Realme could be aiming to release the 15W MagDart to directly compete with Apple’s 15W MagSafe Wireless Charger. Because the MagDart is both thinner and lighter than the MagSafe, it appears like Realme has an advantage over Apple.

Realme was able to make the 15W MagDart so thin by placing the charging board within the charging socket rather than on the charging pad, as is the case with other chargers. It helped them not only with the thickness, but also with the weight. This design has the added benefit of maintaining a steady charge level while also reducing the amount of heat generated.

15W MagDart Slim Charger

MagDart Portable Charger

In addition to the MagDart chargers, Realme also unveiled the MagDart power bank, which could compete with Apple’s recently debuted battery pack. The power bank weighs around 140 grams and has a dual-cell battery. A USB Type-C connector and a charging stand are also included.

MagDart Power Bank

Beauty Light by MagDart

Realme also unveiled the MagDart Beauty Light, a device that can aid in the improvement of portrait photography. The Beauty Light creates a gentle white light with over 60 tiny LEDs that can improve the quality of photos. The Light magnetically attaches to the MagDart-enabled gadget. It draws power from the device’s battery via reverse wireless charging. You can also use the Beauty Light when taking selfies by flipping it to the front side.

MagDart Beauty Light

Wallet MagDart

Realme is reported to be working on a Wallet accessory similar to the one Apple debuted with the MagSafe. The MagDart Wallet magnetically attaches to the smartphone and can hold up to three debit or credit cards. In addition, the MagDart Wallet has an aluminum support that allows the gadget to stand vertically. The Wallet is constructed of white vegan leather and appears to be fairly high-end.

Dart Wallet

Case for Realme GT by MagDart

The Realme GT is one of the few premium Android phones that supports wireless charging, thus the announcement of a MagDart Case developed specifically for the Realme GT came as no surprise. Because of the MagDart Case, the Realme GT can now use MagDart wireless charging.

The case is built of high-quality carbon fiber and features a functioning USB-C port on the bottom. This connection is quite identical to the one on the Realme GT, and it supports the same data transfer and wireless charging speeds. With the help of a Type C connector, the gadget and the case are connected.

MagDart Case for Realme GT

Price and Availability of the Realme MagDart

Realme has not stated when the MagDart items would be available for purchase, and we have no idea what the costs will be. However, we should expect Realme to release these goods shortly because it would allow them to build a vast ecosystem of MagSafe-compatible gadgets and accessories. The sooner you start, the better.

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Greg Baskerville
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