Realme’s next-generation Realme 10 series will launch in November 2022, the company has announced. China will likely be the first market to receive the new smartphone, with other countries (including India) following suit a few weeks later. As has been speculated for some time, the company’s upcoming 10 series will consist of both a standard model and a “10 Pro.” Leaks suggest that a more powerful form of the Realme 10 series, possibly called the Realme 10 Pro+, will join the standard models. The release date of the Realme smartphone has not been officially announced.
In a tweet, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth announced the release of the Realme 10 series. An unbranded chipset was shown in the tweet, but reliable sources have now confirmed that it is an octa-core chipset with a flat-edged design. “We’ve got something exciting that you requested for, coming very soon,” Madhav tweeted. What do you think the main secret will be? The #realme10Series has three game-changing innovations.
Supposedly, the firm is considering only making the usual products. One of Realme’s top executives hinted on Twitter that the Realme 10 Pro+ (or Pro) might feature a curved screen.
Features, crucial specifications, and the design of the upcoming Realme 10 Pro+ were recently uncovered on China’s TENAA certification site.
Both a 6GB RAM + 128GB storage and an 8GB RAM + 128GB storage version of the Realme 10 series, which is speculated to be powered by such a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC, will be made available. A 4,890mAh battery will supply juice, and it will be able to take advantage of 65W rapid charging.
Like the Realme 9 Pro+ that was released last year, the main back camera on the future Realme 10 series (a superior variant likely to be called Realme+ 10 Pro) will have optical image stabilization for improved and more detailed photos.
As the likely entry-level option, the Realme 10 features a MediaTek Helio G92 chipset and will be compatible with 33W fast charging. In addition, it has been reported that the base variant will not include an AMOLED screen but rather a 120Hz LCD.