Realme introducing a lot of products recently from smartphones to laptops and tablets. Realme also introduced a wide range of products under the Realme Techlife initiative.
Realme registered the Magdart trademark which is most probably a wireless charging technology. Apple also introduced its MagSafe charging with the launch of the iPhone 12 series. Following the path, Android smartphone makers are also planning to implement something similar to MagSafe. MagSafe charging tech was developed by Apple which charges the phone by attaching with the help of magnets added in the iPhone itself.
Oppo Mobile’s subsidiary brand Realme filed for a new trademark at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The trademark is named as MagDart, which is Realme’s alternative to Apple’s wireless charging tech named MagSafe.
Realme registered Magdart Trademark, a wireless charging tech similar to Apple Magsafe
Realme filed for MagDart on 14 July 2021 in 9 Nice Classes. The description of the trademark filing also mentions wireless charging pads, which hints that it is definitely a wireless charging tech similar to Apple MagSafe. MagDart trademark is registered by Realme Chongqing Mobile Telecommunications Corp., Ltd. with filing number 018514502. Trademark filing is still under examination and pending approval.
Here are the screenshots of the EUIPO trademark filing:
We only have the EUIPO trademark filing to reveal this new wireless charging tech by Realme. No official news or confirmation is available as of now. We may soon see similar tech in other BBK Electronics-owned brands like Oppo, OnePlus, and Vivo.
If you want more information about this trademark filing, you can have a look at the PDF document attached below.
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