The latest version of Realme smartphones is coming out on March 5! Madhav Sheth, the CEO of Realme, has just announced on February 26th that the Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro smartphones will be launching very soon. You can how these upcoming devices look by accessing the landing page for the Realme 6 models. The company also shared the key features of the forthcoming phones on the same page.
About the Realme 6 Pro Specs
According to 91mobiles, a Snapdragon 720G mobile platform will power the soon to be released premium version of the Realme 6. Snapdragon 720G is a chipset made by Qualcomm in January, along with Snapdragon 662 and 460. However, the Snapdragon 720G is similar to the Snapdragon 765G chipset, which means it will feature Elite gaming and HDR support too. Realme X50 smartphone is powered by the Snapdragon 765G mobile platform, but it is currently for sale only in China.
Realme company is the first to launch a smartphone powered by the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 720G chipset. Another company that will probably release its latest version of the smartphone powered by the same mobile platform will be Xiaomi.
More Details on Realme 6 Pro
Other Realme 6 Pro specs show that the phone will arrive with a 90Hz refresh rate supporting screen, and with its new advanced chipset, it will most likely rock when gaming. As for the camera, Realme developers have prepared a setup that includes a 64-megapixel primary lens and an ultra-wide lens.
The phone will also feature a super macro lens and a telephoto lens with a 20x hybrid zoom. The Realme 6 smartphone will also have a duo version, which will be supporting a dual-band Wi-Fi. Realme 6, as well as its premium version, will more than likely feature Realme UI. As some of the information above is just rumors, don’t take everything to heart.
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