In July 2020, OPPO announced 50W mini SuperVOOC Charger along with a 110W mini flash charger and the company’s 125W flash charge technology. The Chinese smartphone maker also calls this 50W power adapter biscuit charger because of its size and design. It is on sale in China since December. Now, months later, realme has launched this very same product with a different name – realme 50W mini SuperDart Charger.
Earlier today, realme launched realme GT Neo and realme V13 in China. At the same event, the brand also announced realme Buds Air 2 and realme 50W mini SuperDart Charger. We have already covered the phones and the TWS first debuted in India in late February. Hence, let’s take a look at this power adapter in this article.
Since the realme 50W mini SuperDart Charger is a rebranded OPPO 50W mini SuperVOOC Charger, it has the exact same set of specifications. The only difference is the product’s name since realme calls SuperVOOC as SuperDart, just like OnePlus which uses Warp branding for the same charging tech.
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This charging brick is arguably the smallest and slimmest 50W charger available in the market. It measures only 82.2 x 39 x 10.5mm in dimension and weighs about 60g, In other words, this power adapter is merely 1.05cm/10.5mm thin.
OPPO managed to develop such a small high-capacity charger, thanks to the usage of Gallium Nitride (GaN) instead of silicon. Because of its tiny form factor and foldable pin, it can be easily carried anywhere.
Further, apart from SuperDart (SuperVOOC, Warp), this adapter also supports other charging protocols like 27W USB PD (Power Delivery), 50W USB PD with PPS (Programmable Power Supply), and Qualcomm Quick Charge. Also, for safety, it comes with 13 layers of protection, which includes over-current protection, over-voltage protection, and short circuit protection to name a few.
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The realme 50W mini SuperDart Charger is priced at only ¥349 ($53) in China. That means it is cheaper than the OPPO’s original offering by ¥50 ($8). This charging brick will be available for purchase starting April 8 in the country.
As of now, it is not known whether if this product will be introduced in other markets where realme has its presence.
- Xiaomi 55W GaN charger compatible with the Mi 11 launched for 99 yuan (~$15)
- ZTE 65W GaN Charger launched with three output ports and folding pin
- Xiaomi Mi GaN Charger Type-C 33W launched in China for ¥79 ($12)
- nubia 65W GaN Charger Candy launched for 119 yuan ($17)
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