Smartphone-record holder Realme GT Neo 5 charges in just 10…
Founded in 2018, the Chinese company Realme took just three years to become the fastest growing smartphone manufacturer in the world. Today it is already difficult to surprise a public satiated with technological innovations, but Realme succeeded: they supplemented the recently released GT Neo 5 smartphone with a “charging accelerator” - a 240 W device that reduces the time to fully charge to a record 10 minutes (it takes 20% to charge just a minute and a half).
The smartphone has a 10-bit 6.74-inch AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of 144Hz and a resolution of 2772x1240. It has 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of UFC 3.1 class storage.
On the back is a 50MP Sony IMX 890 sensor for the main camera, an 8MP wide-angle lens, and a 2MP micro lens.
Power Supply GT Neo 5 240W - 4600 mAh battery comes with a standard USB Type-C adapter. Maximum voltage 20V/12A.
A 30-second charge is enough for 3 hours of music streaming, 2 hours of talk time, or an hour of video playback. In 80 seconds of recharging, the battery restores its charge by 20%, in 4-5 minutes - up to 50%, and ten minutes is enough for a full charge, which, according to the GSM Arena online publication, is a record today.
The smartphone has high security settings. During charging, it heats up by no more than 10 degrees, withstands 1600 charges from 0 to 100%, after which it retains up to 80% of its original capacity.
The Realme GT Neo 5 240 W comes in three color options - purple, white and black, starting at $470.