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realme 6 series officially launched in India for starting price of ~RM739, Pro version comes with Snapdragon 720G chipsetLast Updated: Mar 05, 2020
The realme 6 series has finally launched and we predicted yesterday, it's commanding prices that are higher than the ones for the realme 5 series. It's available in two different models, which are the realme 6 and 6 Pro, with very different specs and features. Price for the realme 6 starts from Rs. 12999 (~RM739), while the realme 6 Pro will cost at least Rs. 16999 (~RM966).
Last Updated: Mar 04, 2020
The realme 6 series is launching in India tomorrow and we fully expect details to be revealed before the launch. In fact, the people at realme aren't shy about spoilers and have said that the realme 6 is the new Pro. But what does that even mean?
Last Updated: Mar 03, 2020
The recent widespread of the coronavirus which is known as SARS-VoC-2 originated from Wuhan district has now reached into multiple countries even the US. The outbreak has led to a shortage of supply in manufactures especially smartphone brands like Apple, Xiaomi, and realme.
Last Updated: Feb 28, 2020
It has already been confirmed that realme would be launching the realme 6 and 6 Pro in India soon, but one thing that wasn't announced at the time was what chipset it would use. Now, we at least know that the realme 6 Pro is likely using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 chipset.
Last Updated: Feb 25, 2020
The realme 5i may have just launched quite recently in Malaysia but the next model in the series is on the way. A new leak has revealed live shots of the realme 6i, showing off how the phone looks like. From the images, it seems that it will be fairly similar to the realme 5i.
Last Updated: Feb 18, 2020
Many of you must have heard the news Apple is planning to make its own 5G modems in the future. With that being said, the company might not be relying on Qualcomm anymore to support their 5G devices after the contract ends. Now, a similar case is happening to OPPO too. Instead of a 5G modem, the smartphone manufacturer is heading to something big, which is to develop its own smartphone chipset.
Last Updated: Feb 14, 2020
Due to fears of a coronavirus outbreak, GSMA yesterday confirmed that this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) has been cancelled. Now that the event will no longer be held, there have been talks of some brands possibly running their own events during the original MWC 2020 week. It seems that this is what realme would be doing, except in a new location.
Last Updated: Feb 04, 2020
What's that now? A realme TV for real? Yes, apparently it's in the plans according to Francis Wang, the Chief Marketing Officer of realme India. From his official Twitter reply, he said "U gonna hear something exciting abt TV on MWC!"
Last Updated: Jan 21, 2020
Qualcomm has not given up on developing 4G chipsets yet, as the company has announced three new chipsets today and they are all non-5G compatible. Although 5G is making its way to our lives, it is still not that fast to be fully available in every corner of the world at the moment. Therefore, 4G smartphones will still continue hitting the market until its time has come to an end.
Last Updated: Jan 14, 2020
The user interface for a smartphone is important to many people, with some who prefer unmodified versions of Android OS. Now, Realme has confirmed that its latest iteration of Realme UI will provide a near-stock Android 10 experience and offered some details of what it can do.