Realme Ace with Snapdragon 865, 125W UltraDart Charging reportedly in works

Realme is apparently working on a brand new smartphone lineup reportedly acquired from its parent Oppo. As per a new report that has emerged: the Oppo Ace lineup of smartphones, which appears to have taken a break from the Reno series to become independent, is now receiving being assigned to Realme. The company will be launching its first Ace flagship smartphone packed with the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chipset and 125W Ultra Dart fast charging solution.

Realme Ace Rumours and Specifications

This had occurred just right when the rumors of the Reno 5 series began emerging. Oppo was supposed to be working on the Ace 3 smartphone, which might have paved its way in the second half of this year. The Ace 3 may have been the successor to the previously launched Ace 2, which was announced that it launched in April this year in China. The Ace series was earlier the same as the Reno series, which was later transformed into a standalone series. However, with Ace 3, Oppo might have taken a deviation and replaced it with the upcoming Reno 5 Pro, which is now expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor.

Realme ACE purported renders

According to reports, realme, which will now be using the Ace moniker, will have a thin chassis. This phone will pack in the upcoming Snapdragon 875 under the hood, competing with other Android flagships as far as the performance is concerned. Additionally, There will be super-fast charging, too, with support for 125W UltraDart, which tops up the battery in under 20 minutes. Considering Realme brought the leading 65W fast charging technology to the mid-range devices with the Narzo 20 Pro, the 125W charging might not be a surprise.

In related news, the company has started rolling out the Android 11 beta update with RealmeUI 2.0 for the Realme 7 Pro for users who signed up for the Early Access Program.

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