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Realme 3-series could support OPPO’s VOOC flash charge

06 November 2018 4

Realme CEO Madhav Sheth has confirmed that two or three Realme phones will be launched in the Indian market by March 2019. He has revealed that an upcoming Realme phone will carry support for VOOC fast charging.

Sheth has also revealed that the company will be using the MediaTek Helio P70 chipset. However, it is not clear whether the Realme 3 or Realme 3 Pro or both devices will be powered by the new MediaTek SoC. During a recent tweet, when asked whether the new devices will come with VOOC charging, he responded by saying “why not” hinting that the rapid charging technology will soon be available on the company’s upcoming Realme phones.

VOOC is OPPO’s proprietary fast charging technology which supports 20W fast charging. The company’s latest Find X Lamborghini Edition, supports Super VOOC charging technology that supports 50W charging. Realme is a sub-brand of OPPO, so its likely that the company’s upcoming phones will carry support for VOOC charging. OPPO F9 Pro was the first phone in India to support VOOC charging.

No specifications or details are available of the upcoming Realme 3 and Realme 3 Pro smartphones. Realme is likely to bring VOOC charging technology to the Realme 3 Pro. The Realme 3 series is rumoured to feature a waterdrop notch screen and could come with up to 8 GB of RAM.

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