The Realme Q5 series set to debut in China on April 20 will support 80W SuperDart charging, confirmed Realme today through a post on Weibo.
Realme still hasn’t revealed how many Q5 series smartphones it will unveil next Thursday, but we know the lineup includes a vanilla Q5 since the company has used it for its Weibo posts. However, it’s unclear if the regular Q5 will support 80W charging or if it will only be the rumored Pro model that will charge at 80W speeds.
Realme’s post also includes an image of a smartphone packing a punch hole display, with the USB port at the bottom flanked by a SIM card slot, microphone, and speaker.
The smartphone has the power button on its right-side frame, which doesn’t seem to have a fingerprint reader embedded, so we may get an in-display solution, meaning the phone will come with an AMOLED panel.
With the event still a week away, you can expect Realme to reveal more about the Q5 series in the coming days to build hype around it.