Realme 6 To Come With 5 Rear Cameras, Snapdragon 710 (India Launch, Pricing Details)

It’s time for another Realme series smartphone. In less than a quarter, Realme is ready with their next, the Realme 6 series. Realme 6 has been leaked with a penta camera setup with some top features onboard including Snapdragon 710 processor.

Realme 6 To Come With 5 Rear Cameras, Snapdragon 710 (India Launch & Pricing Details) [pic: Slashleaks]

The India’s fastest growing smartphone brand has launched 17 smartphones in the last 18 months.

Realme 6 will succeed the current Realme 5, the most affordable quad camera smartphone in India.

The Realme 6 retail box has been revealed, and the leaked image shows the upper portion of the box which confirms the name, printed in big bold characters. The box confirms two key features: rear penta camera setup and Snapdragon 710.

Realme 6 To Come With 5 Rear Cameras: Realme 6 Penta Camera Set-up

As an upgrade over the current Realme 5 series, the standard Realme 6 will come with a penta camera setup at the back. Realme 5 series feature quad camera set-ups which have a primary camera sensor with three additional sensors: ultra wide angle lens, macro lens and a depth sensor for portrait shots.

The fifth additional lens on Realme 6 could be a ToF sensor for depth mapping or a dedicated zoom lens for enhanced digital zooming.

The company is known to bring in flagship features to budget smartphones, and the recent flagships offer high-end zooming functions with dedicated periscope infused zoom lens. A similar feature is expected on Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro.

Realme 6 will have five cameras at the back with different sensors for multiple purposes. It will have the same four cameras as Realme 5, while the fifth sensor is probably going to be a dedicated zoom lens for active in-depth digital zooming technology or a ToF lens.

Realme 6 Specs: Realme 6 To Come With Snapdragon 710

As an upgrade over the current Snapdragon 665 processor on Realme 5, the upcoming Realme 6 will run on a more enhanced chipset, the Snapdragon 710. Based on an 10nm architecture, the SoC will be able to offer top level performance on a budget.

Currently Realme is selling Realme 3 Pro at under 10,000 rupees with the same processor. 

Snapdragon 710 will have an added advantage due to its architecture. Realme 6 is certainly going to be the best device in the range in terms of hardware. It will easily be able to run the top-end games and offer extensive multitasking performance without any hiccups.

Realme 6 Pro: Reamle 6 Pro To Feature The Same Penta Camera System?

As Realme 6, the Realme 6 Pro will also come with a penta camera system. The Realme 6 series will include two smartphones as the other series devices: Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro. As the standard variant, Realme 6 Pro will also come with similar five rear cameras.

Currently the four camera setup includes a primary camera sensor with three additional sensors: ultra wide angle lens, macro lens and a depth sensor for portrait shots.

The fifth additional lens on Realme 6 Pro is probably going to be dedicated zooming lens as Realme 6. The fifth camera sensor will offer high-end zooming functions with dedicated periscope infused zoom lens with in-depth zooming functionalities.

Realme 6 India Launch, Realme 6 India Price: Again Under 10,000?

Realme will follow the same legacy with the pricing strategy. The company will again bring Realme 6 in the same pricing range as Realme 5. So, the Realme 6 India price is expected at under Rs 10,000 for the base model. 

The company will probably ditch the 32GB model this time with Realme 6.

Realme 6 India price with 64GB storage should start at Rs 9,999.

Realme 6 will be directly challenging the recently launched Redmi Note 8. Coming to the launch, Realme 6 India launch will happen in a few weeks. The leaks will start coming now, and Realme 6 launch in India will probably happen in December alongside Realme 6 Pro.

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