In July last year, Riley officially unveiled its 125 watt UltraDart fast charging technology. But the Chinese company has not yet launched any smartphone with this new technology. No information is available on the handsets that will be equipped with this technology. However, Riley plans to unveil its new smartphone next year that uses the new 125-watt UltraDart fast charging technology.
This information was released by Riley's vice president and CEO in India. He also announced the introduction of an Ultra smartphone from the GT movie series, but has not spoken since its introduction. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. This new technology can charge a phone with a battery capacity of 4,000 mAh to 33% charge in just 3 minutes.
To achieve such a rechargeable technology, reports indicate that the Riley company has used three-way recharging technology. This technology simultaneously returns the lost heat voltage to the charger to effectively prevent heat loss by maximizing the charging power. According to company officials, the technology is optimized for charging the charger, which converts more than 98% of the heat into electricity.
In addition, the new charging technology uses chips that current flow between ports. Shortens Type C, thereby reducing heat generation. The technology also uses a very thin wet VC plate with high thermal conductivity to quickly absorb and dissipate heat energy during the process. The 125-watt UltraDart fast charging technology is also compatible with the VOOC, Dart, Warp, SuperVOOC, SuperVOOC 2.0 and SuperDart charging protocols. They use fast charging in their phones and there is close competition in this field. In general, it can be said that fast charging technology shortens the battery charging process by increasing the amount of input current to the battery. During the normal charging process, the phone's battery is charged with a constant current, and usually the batteries were charged with a voltage of 5 volts and a current between 1 and 2 amps. While in devices equipped with fast charging technology, the input voltage and current are not constant and their value will change during the process.
With the advent of fast charging technologies in the digital world, new standards have emerged to control how batteries are charged, controlling how batteries are charged during the battery charging process and preventing potential damage. The most important fast charging standards available are two USB Power Delivery standards and Qualcomm Quick Charge technology called Quick Charge. Qualcomm has been active in the production of processors for smartphones, and most smartphones on the market are equipped with chipsets produced by this company. That's why many devices support Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology.
The company's most popular technology is called Quick Charge 3.0, which most mid-range phones support. In addition, there is another technology called + Quick Charge 3, which is specific to phones equipped with Snapdragon 700 series chips. Most flagship phones support the global standard, and this standard, which is specific to flagship devices, is called + Quick Charge 4 +. Devices that support Quick Charge 3.0 technology typically have a battery capacity of between 3,500 and 4,500 mAh. With the help of a suitable charger that comes with the device, this technology can charge 80% of the battery capacity of these smartphones in 35 minutes.
Fast charging technology is evolving and we expect In the next few years, it will reach a point where it will greatly increase the charging speed, like the 125 watt UltraDart Relay technology. We have to wait and see to what extent this technology will be welcomed by users and enthusiasts.