The Realme Company is moving forward with its affordable devices on the market. We know from various reports that the next smartphones will be the Realme C3 and Realme 6. We have details about the Realme C3, but for Realme 6, we know little, until now. The phone has been in our sight the first time we discovered online the certification. The latest news is once again in that direction, and we have new details.
Realme 6 – New WiFi Details
The news is coming straight from the WiFi Alliance in the U.S website. The company is confirming support for the Realme 6 in the WiFi department for a dual-band network (2.4GHz and 5GHz). Besides this, the phone has the new Android 10 operating system. At the same time, the Realme C3 is coming with the same Android version and Realme UI.
However, the novelties don’t stop here. We now know about the WiFi network, but we also have news about the processor. The Realme 6 will support a MediaTek MT6785T processor or for some of us is the MediaTek G90.the listing is correct, so we will see the first Realme that has this kind of processor. Unfortunately, we don’t know the RAM capabilities and the internal storage configuration. We are sure that Realme is not launching a device with only one variant in this department.
Also, the WiFi Alliance is not the only mobile certification website we see the Realme 6. The phone is also listed on IMDA and BIS. If you don’t know, the BIS certification means that the device will come soon on the Indian market. Of course, no official information about the launching date is available.
Finally, the Realme 6 has more to reveal to us in the display, battery, and camera setup departments. Until that moment, we will continue to see the online certification on multiple platforms, which means we will see new details soon.
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