Upcoming Realme Phones In May: Realme X3, Narzo 10, Narzo 10A, Realme U2, Realme 6S

Upcoming Realme phones in India? Here’s a list of some of the expected upcoming Realme phones in April and the following weeks in India. The company will start with the all new Realme Narzo series in early May with more to follow in the next weeks.

Upcoming Realme Phones In May: Realme X3, Narzo 10, Narzo 10A, Realme U2, Realme 6S

The company is also working on a smartwatch, set to come in during the same period.

Realme continues to shine in the ultra-competitive Indian smartphone market. The ex-Oppo sub-brand is also the fastest growing smartphone brand in India, and the company has a wide lineup to add in the coming few months of 2020.

Here’s a list of the upcoming Realme phones in May and the following weeks in India.


Realme Narzo 10

Realme Narzo series launch has been postponed once again. There will be two phones under the new series to be unveiled: Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A. Realme Narzo 10 has previously been leaked on popular benchmarking site, AnTuTu. The AnTuTu score of Narzo 10 matches the just launched Realme 6i.

Realme Narzo 10 is going to be a rebranded Realme 6i. The device was recently launched in Myanmar.

A live image of the Narzo 10 from a retail store has been leaked. Narzo 10 will come with a water drop styled notch and it’s going to be a tall display. Realme Narzo 10 scored 2,03,078 on the benchmark test, making it one of the best in the budget range.

Realme Narzo 10A

As Realme 6i, the Realme Narzo 10 will be powered by MediaTek Helio G80 processor. On the other hand, the Realme Narzo 10A is expected to be a toned-down Realme 6i. Realme Narzo 10 price is expected to start at under Rs 15,000 in India, while Realme Narzo 10A price will stay in the sub-10,000 bracket. Realme Narzo launch on March 26 has been cancelled indefinitely due to the countrywide lockdown.

Narzo 10A is expected to come with similar specifications as the top-end model with some streamed down features including a four camera setup, Android 10 and big battery.

Realme X3

Realme X3 is tipped to be launching in May 2020. It has been spotted on TENAA, hinting at an imminent launch. The listing revealed some key Realme X3 specs as 4,100mAh battery, 6.57-inch display and 5G support. There will be a special Realme X3 SuperZoom model which will come with 108MP cameras. The 108MP sensor will power the multi-camera systems on the Realme X3 series, expected to be rear penta camera setups. 

Expected to arrive in May in 2020, Realme X3 will succeed Realme X2 in the mid-range category, while Realme X3 Pro will replace Realme X2 Pro in the entry-premium category, which may come later in October or sometime around it.

Realme 6S

The company recently updated it’s Realme 5 series with an updated version of the budget model, Realme 5S. It was an upgraded Realme 5 with a special colour option and a much improved camera sensor. As Realme 5S, the company will also launch a Realme 6S probably in the mid-2020, some weeks from now after they unveil the Narzo series. The company is yet to confirm, but another budget version of Realme 6 will come in a few weeks, Realme 6S.

While we are yet to know what’s going to be there, the upcoming Realme 6S is just going to be a minimal upgrade over the current Realme 6. There won’t be Realme 6i probably this year as Realme Narzo 10 is going to be a rebranded Realme 6i.

Realme U2

Realme U2 India launch could be happening soon as a new Realme device has received the regulatory BIS certification in the country. Realme smartwatch has also been certified alongside, will launch soon in India, maybe with Narzo series. While the Realme U series hasn’t seen any upgrade in 2019, a successor is expected in mid-2020. There have been a few leaks about Realme U2 in the past, but all turned out to be fake. Even in mid-2019, the company refreshed the Realme U1 series with a new 3GB/64GB model.

While the other Realme series will continue to have upgrades, the Realme U series may finally get a successor in 2020 with Realme U2, another selfie-centric Realme smartphone.

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