Realme Race Snapdragon 888 Flagship Is About To Debut

The Realme flagship code-named Race is about to debut and it will be the first to be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship processor. On the evening of December 3, Xu Qi, vice president of Realme and president of global marketing of Realme, posted photos of the gym, saying that the conference is about to start. And he will rush to lose weight before the meeting. It was previously revealed that the first batch of Snapdragon 875 flagships will be released in January. It is speculated that Realme Race may debut in January.

As a flagship product, Realme Race will sport the latest Snapdragon 888 chip. It uses a 5 nanometer process technology. The core uses 1 latest Cortex X1 super large core 2.84GHz+3 A78 large core 2.4GHz+4 A55 small core 1.8GHz. Officially, the Snapdragon 888 5G mobile platform is the first mobile platform to adopt the Cortex X1 architecture. This is a brand-new architecture that can increase CPU performance by 25%. Qualcomm has also increased the overall efficiency of the entire CPU cluster by 25%. In addition, the Realme Race may support 125W ultra-fast flash charging.

The flash charge uses a parallel three charge pump solution with a conversion efficiency of up to 98%. The battery cell is also upgraded to 6C specifications. In order to reduce the internal resistance between the cells, the team of engineers cleverly adopted the multi-pole technology (MTW). It makes each layer of the cells have positive and negative poles. So, it greatly reduces the movement path of the charge and effectively reduces the heat during charging. According to the data previously displayed by the official, it only takes 5 minutes to charge the battery equivalent to 4000mAh to 41%.

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