Realme reportedly certifies a new dual-cell battery that could fit in an X3-series phone
The noted tipster Sudanshu Ambhore has posted what is claimed to be a new certification for a Realme battery. It has a capacity of 2250mAh; however, the leaker asserts that it is one of this brand's original parent OPPO's "two series-connected cell" packs, meaning it may have an actual size of up to 4500mAh.
Should this be the case, Realme may also borrow the older OEM's SuperVOOC 2.0 charging standard. This is due to the new battery's additional listed specs, which include a DC voltage of 7.74V and a 17.4 watt-hour (Wh) power-flow.
This potentially equates to a charging rate of as much as 65W. Realme has exhibited this kind of technology before, albeit only in its highest-end mobile devices. Therefore, this possible new battery could be destined for a new phone of the X line.
Such a device just might show up alongside the X3 SuperZoom at its rumored Indian launch event. It may turn out to be a successor to the X2 Pro, and run on the Snapdragon 865 processor as opposed to its pre-existing sibling's 855+.