Realme had a great outing in the last quarter of 2018. They launched three new devices and all of them managed to garner good response from mobile users. A suspicious new device has been spotted on Geekbench today and we are wondering if the next Realme device is around the corner.
This new Realme phone bears the product name RMX1833 and is shown to employ the Helio P60 chipset. This octa-core chipset has been clocked at 2 GHz. This chipset is expected to perform better than the currently employed Snapdragon 450 in Realme 2. It includes a RAM of 4GB and runs on the latest Android Oreo 8.1. The phone got a score of 1560 using single core and a multi-core score of 5926.
Realme has already announced that they will be the first in the industry to employ MediaTek’s upcoming Helio P70 chipset, so it is safe to assume that Realme is once again making their shift to MediaTek after a long outing with Qualcomm.
Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India has also hinted at the possibility of using Oppo’s proprietary technology VOOC in the upcoming Realme phones. So there is a possibility that this new device will come with VOOC fast charging support.
We do know that Realme 3 is slated to release in the First quarter of next year but Realme has also said that they will be back with another new phone by this year-end, so there might be a new variant of Realme phone coming up soon.
Realme took the tech fraternity by surprise last month when they launched their new entry-level smartphone Realme C1 during the launch of Realme 2 Pro.
We need to wait till we get any further information on this new mobile and we will keep you updated regarding the same.