28 June 2021
Realme is set to launch its first-ever laptop as per an extensive leak from the tech blog AndroidAuthority. The leak features the real-life images of the alleged Realme Book and also throws some light on the specifications.
As it is pretty evident, the images appear to have been taken during an internal presentation or probably when the company was doing a mockup of its upcoming keynote.
According to the leaked images, the alleged Realme Book seems to have taken some inspiration from Apple’s MacBook design.
Before this leak, Realme’s Indian and Europe CEO gave a glimpse of this notebook via a tweet.
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A smidgen of its appearance was enough to suggest that the company is prepping to launch a notebook. And, today, a leak just spilled the beans.
Now, according to the leak, the alleged Realme Book features an aluminum body and "super-thin" bezels. One of the images also shows there are dual speaker grills under the body, which means stereo speakers will be on board. The report claims it is a Windows laptop and it could be priced competitively.
The first laptop from Realme’s parent company BBK Electronics is said to feature a 3:2 aspect ratio. The bezels are said to be slim. The Realme Book could also feature USB-C charging, though the tech blog specifically mentions that it doesn’t have a solid confirmation on the same.
The same set of leaked images also features an image that reveals the name of Realme’s one more product. It is the “Realme Pad” and the name is pretty suggestive that Realme is readying its first-ever tablet as well. However, the details on this one are not available at the moment.
It is possible that Realme will let the cat out of the bag in the coming days itself. So stay tuned.