Realme launches Wireless Charger in India With the Best Price Rs ₹899

Realme launches Wireless Charger in India

Realme launches Wireless Charger in India. The charger has been introduced for just Rs ₹899. Just a few days ago, Realme CEO Madhav Seth teased the launch of wireless charger in the country and now finally the company has quietly launched it in the market.

Realme launches Wireless Charger in India With 10 Watt Output

As the name suggests, this Reality Wireless Charger will give a total of 10 watt charging output and will be able to charge the phone as well as Realme Buds Air and other wearable. Apart from this, Seth has also announced the launch of 65 Watt and 50 W Realme Ultra-Thin Superdart Charger models in the country in the coming time via Twitter.  Must Read: Realme XT comes with 64 megapixel camera and 4 GB RAM

According to the listing on the Realme India site , the 10W Wireless Charger is available in gray. A soft scrub paint coating has been applied on the top, which will prevent the devices placed on it from sliding suddenly. It is 9 millimetres thin.

SPECIAL THINGS Realme Wireless Charger

  • Realme Launches Wireless Charger with 10 W Charging Output in India
  • Charger is being sold on with a Price of Rs ₹899
  • Along with smartphones, other small products can also charge

The Realme 10W Wireless Charger comes with a USB Type-C port, which enables both 10W and 18W input. However, it is capable of delivering up to 10 watts of power when connected to the Quick Charge 2.0 or Quick Charge 3.0 charging adapter. It can deliver up to 7.5 W output for charging an iPhone model. Also Read: Realme X3 SuperZoom Launched With 60x Zoom Support and 120Hz Display, Price and Specifications

Along with the smartphone, this Realme 10W wireless charger can charge Realme Buds Air and some other low output charging devices. It comes with a 50cm charger cable.

Realme 10W Wireless Charger is currently available on the company’s site, although it will soon be sold through other online and offline channels in the country. In June, Madhav Seth, CEO of Realme India, confirmed the launch of this wireless charger in India in its Q&A series on YouTube .

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