Realme’s New Entry-Level Smartphone Can Be Priced Around Rs 5000; Is It Realme A1?
Realme now wants to target sub-Rs 5000 category. And they are very focussed.
Entry level smartphones, which costs around Rs 5000, has always been one of the most popular categories.
Oppo’s sub-brand Realme has now decided to attack this category with full might.
As per rumors coming in, Realme may soon launch a entry-level Android smartphone, whose rumored name can be Realme A1.
Why A1? What can be its specs? And why Realme wants to target the entry-level category?
Keep reading to find out more!
Realme A1: Entry Level Smartphone?
Blog named DroidShout has reported that Realme is about to launch an entry-level smartphone, whose possible name is Realme A1.
As per them, “We have received some new information from a trusted source, which suggests Realme’s next entry-level smartphone could launch as the Realme A1.”
There has been no confirmation or comment from either Oppo or Realme on this news.
Possible Price Of Realme A1?
Currently, Realme C1 is the cheapest, entry-level smartphone from the stable of Realme which costs Rs 7499 on Flipkart as of now.
If we speculate the possibilities, then Realme A1 can be priced between Rs 5000 to Rs 6000, targeting the sensitive sub-Rs 5000 category, which is also called entry-level smartphones category.
Giving Realme’s solid reputation to shock their fans, the price can be below Rs 5000 as well.
Possible Features Of Realme A1?
Now, this dicey.
Realme C1, the cheapest entry-level smartphone from Realme is powered by octa-core 14nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor, which gives a decent performance at 1.8 Ghz. 2 GB of RAM is enough to support 16 GB memory, which can be extended to 256 GB.
Realme C1 has 13 MP + 2 MP rear camera setup and 5 MP front camera, and 4230mAh battery.
One very strong possibility is that the same or similar features and capabilities are mirrored on A1 as well.
If not, then two very strong possibilities exist:
The processor can be Mediatek Helio A22 (given Realme’s new-found love with them), which also powers Redmi 6A, an entry-level superhit smartphone.
The other possibility can be Snapdragon 430 processor, which powers Asus Zenfone Lite L1, another big-hit entry-level smartphone.
Of course, these are only possibilities and speculations now.
We will keep you updated, as more details come in.
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