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Realme preps new smartphone series, with 5G could be the prime focus

20 July 2020 0

Realme appears to be gearing up to launch a completely new smartphone series that would accommodate phones with punch-holes and 5G connectivity. Realme Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Xu Qi Chase has posted a teaser on Weibo as well which is confirming a new smartphone series.

We have shared the screenshot of that teaser which has labels written in Chinese. Translating it clearly shows “Realme New Series” is coming, though it looks like the company has not yet decided on the name.

Also, there is nothing else that can be gleaned from the teaser. The Chinese company looks to be touting the punch-hole as the only charm for now, but we will wait to grab more on the same.

Also, later on, the CMO also shared a screenshot, showing the possible features. The screenshot suggests the phone is going to have 5G connectivity as well. Furthermore, there is Oppo’s Breeno digital assistant that would be part of new smartphones launching in the upcoming series. From this particular detail, it appears the series will launch in China, though Realme may bring it to overseas by tweaking some of the things.

Last week a notable tipster on Weibo tipped that Realme’s new smartphone series will solve 5G issues. And, now the teaser is apparently confirming the rumor.

Some reports believe that the first phone in the series could be the phone that recently appears on TENAA with model number RMX2121. In that case, we may see a quad rear camera setup as well with a gradient back finish. Although, it was referred to as Realme X3 Pro up until now.



Realme preps new smartphone series, with 5G could be the prime focus
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