- A regular model and the Realme 10 Pro+ could be part of the new series.
- The topmost model might have a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
- MediaTek Helio G92 is reportedly in the Realme 10 smartphone.
Realme has declared that the Realme 10 series will debut in November. The smartphone(s) may launch in China first before making their way to other countries’ markets, including India, within a few weeks. There have been reports about the new series for some time, and we can anticipate that the lineup will feature both a regular model, most likely to be dubbed the Realme 10, and a Pro model. According to several leaks, the regular model will be accompanied by a Realme 10 Pro+ model. Realme has not yet declared the exact launch date official.
Madhav Sheth, the chief of Realme India, hinted that the upcoming Realme 10 series would include an octa-core Chipset and a flat-edge design while also sharing the announcement on Twitter. The latter might only limited to the regular model, as a senior company executive recently indicated that the Realme 10 Pro+ (or Pro) might receive a curved display. Another reliable tipster who goes by the name Ice Universe confirmed that the Pro model would have a curved display. The tipster added in a tweet that the majority of smartphone OEMs are currently considering curved displays or extremely thin bezels for their upcoming models. Samsung, on the other hand, is apparently switching back to a flat-screen design with larger bezels.
In the meantime, the key specifications and design of a Realme phone believed to be the Realme 10 Pro+ have recently been found on China’s TENAA certification website.
According to rumours, it will have a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Customers may also have the option of an 8GB RAM/128GB storage model. Additionally, a 4890mAh battery with 65W fast charging capability will be included in the smartphone. The next Realme 10 Pro+ is expected to have an OIS-enabled main rear camera, similar to the Realme 9 Pro+ of last year.
On the other hand, the Realme 10 is said to have a MediaTek Helio G92 chipset and 33W fast charging. A 120Hz LCD could be used in place of the AMOLED display.
There is still a lack of clarity around pricing, but soon more specifics are expected.