The RealMe flagship, code-named Race, is about to debut with the first qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship processor.
On the night of December 3, Xu Qi, vice president of RealMe and global marketing president of RealMe, posted a picture of the gym, saying that he would make a surprise weight loss before every meeting due to the upcoming event.
With reports that the first Snapdragon 875 flagships will be released in January, there is speculation that the Realme Race could debut in January, and officials are expected to warm up soon.
As its flagship product, the Realme Race runs on the latest Snapdragon 888 chip. Its core is based on a new Cortex X1 super core with 2.84ghz +3 A78 large cores 2.4ghz +4 A55 small cores 1.8ghz.
According to officials, the Snapdragon 888 5G mobile platform is the first mobile platform based on the Architecture of The Cortexx1 architecture, which is a brand new architecture that improves CPU performance by 25 percent, and Qualcomm has increased overall CPU cluster power by 25 percent.
In addition, the RealMe Race may support 125W superflash charges.
The flash charge uses a parallel three-charge pump with a conversion efficiency of up to 98%, and the cell is upgraded to 6C.
In order to reduce the internal resistance between the cells, the engineer team cleverly adopted the multipole ear process (MTW), so that each layer of the cell has positive and negative poles, which greatly reduces the path of charge movement and thus effectively reduces the heat during charging.
According to the official data shown before, it only takes 5 minutes to charge the equivalent 4000mAh battery to 41%, which is very fast.