Realme New Series Details Out, Here Are The Upcoming Realme Phones
New Realme series has been teased. The company is all set to bring in a new series of smartphones under Realme, to be launched in China first. Realme shared a teaser to confirm the upcoming Realme series via its official account on popular Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo.
Realme recently confirmed to be a part of IFA 2020 in Berlin where Realme X3 Pro may get unveiled.
The company CEO Madhav Sheth teased a “big announcement” at the upcoming IFA 2020, expected to be Realme X3 Pro. The company recently unveiled the Realme X3 series, and the Pro model could be the next on the list. The IFA 2020 kicks off on September 4 at Berlin.
New Realme Series: What To Expect?
The latest Realme teaser for its upcoming series confirms a new set of smartphones with some upgrades. While the teaser doesn’t reveal much, we know that the new Realme smartphone will come with a pill-shaped punch-hole display and 5G connectivity on top.
The rear camera system will come inside a square-shaped module, a new look.
As the company recently hinted at multiple Realme products launching at IFA 2020, the upcoming Realme series could also debut at the event in Berlin. Realme is also gearing up to launch the next Realme C series device, the Realme C15 smartphone in Indonesia.
The leaked Realme C15 specs confirm a 6,000mAh battery, 18W fast charging support and mid-range specs. Realme C15 will feature a fingerprint sensor at the back with a quad camera system inside a square-shaped module on the rear side. Upfront, the phone display will feature a water drop notch with thin bezels.
Upcoming Realme Mobiles: Upcoming Realme Devices Aug, Sept
Here’s a list of the upcoming Realme mobiles in August, September and the following weeks.
Realme 6i is said to be coming soon in India as Realme 6S. Realme 6i price and India launch details are out. It could be a rebranded Realme 6S which was unveiled in Myanmar in May. Realme 6i price in India is said to be under Rs 15,000 in the mid-budget segment. Realme 6i is said to be powered by a MediaTek Helio G90T SoC. The device will have a similar design as Realme 6S, expected to be a rebranded version in India.
Realme 6i could be a rebranded version of the Realme 6S. The leaked design of Realme 6i is the same as of Realme 6S. So the device would have a four camera setup at the back with a punch-hole display upfront.
Realme is also gearing up to launch the next Realme C series device, the Realme C15 smartphone in Indonesia. The leaked Realme C15 specs confirm a 6,000mAh battery, 18W fast charging support and mid-range specs. Realme C15 will feature a fingerprint sensor at the back with a quad camera system inside a square-shaped module on the rear side. Upfront, the phone display will feature a water drop notch with thin bezels.
Realme C15 will succeed the recently unveiled Realme C11 smartphone. The device will house a massive 6,000mAh battery witn 18W fast charging support. The device will ship with Android 10-based Realme UI. Realme C15 price is expected to start at around Rs 10,000.
Realme 6S leaks are already out, and it will come with 48MP powered quad camera setup at the back. A slightly toned-up version of Realme 6, the upcoming Realme 6S will run on Helio G90T gaming-centric processor. The camera setup on Realme 6S will include an ultra wide angle lens, macro lens and a depth sensor for portrait shots. The specifications are expected to remain largely the same between Realme 6S and Realme 6.
The company last year unveiled a similar Realme 5S, a toned-up version of the bestselling budget Realme 5. Similarly Realme 6S will sit between Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro, expected to be priced under Rs 15,000 in the country.
Realme U2 India launch could be happening soon as a new Realme device has received the regulatory BIS certification in the country. 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.
Realme is expected to bring in the Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro successors soon. While the company will bring in a couple of more Realme 6 devices in the country as Realme 6S and Realme 6i, the succeeding Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro is expected within another quarter. As other Realme series phones, Realme 7 will focus on delivering good over-all features on a budget.
While the Coronavirus pandemic has heavily affected the deliveries and production, Realme 7 launch may take some more time. The company will probably bring in the successors in the later half of 2020.
Realme 7 Pro
Realme is known to upgrade its devices in quick successions, and hence Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro won’t take much time to launch. The Realme 6 series: Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro came out a few months back, and the company is soon expected to bring in the successors, probably by August or September. Realme 7 Pro will pack in a multi camera system, punch-hole display and newly upgraded Snapdragon chip.
Both Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro will come with gaming-centric powerful chips, top-end camera processors offering some top notch photography on a budget.
Realme X3 Pro
The company CEO Madhav Sheth teased a “big announcement” at the upcoming IFA 2020, expected to be Realme X3 Pro. The company recently announced the 125W UltraDART fast charging technology, and Realme X3 Pro could become the first device to come with the latest charging solution. The device may feature the upcoming 108MP camera sensor from Samsung, the HM2 108MP lens as their primary sensor. Realme X3 Pro will replace Realme X2 Pro in the entry-premium category.
Realme X3 Pro will have Snapdragon 865 or Snapdragon 865 Plus powering it with support for 65W Dark super fast charging technology. As the X3 series, the Realme X3 Pro series may have two variants as well.
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