Realme’s launch cycles seem unaffected by the coronavirus epidemic. While most of the tech brands are reeling under supply chain stress, Realme somehow manages to introduce new ones back to back phones.
Last week, we had the Realme 6 Pro and Realme 6 in India and now the brand has confirmed Realme 6i launch for the Myanmar market on March 17 by posting a teaser on the company’s Myanmar Facebook page.
Realme 6i: What we know so far?
In its teaser post, Realme also revealed bits and pieces of information about the phone. The major revelation was confirmation of chipset being used. The Realme 6i will be world’s first Helio G80 based phone. Though, details about the chipset were held back.
One of the images that were posted online confirms USB Type-C port and 18W quick charging support.
Recently, the Realme 6i was spotted on FCC certification website revealing specs and design of the phone. The FCC website suggests that the Realme 6i will house a 5000mAh battery. The poster of the phone has a white colour with a quad-camera setup at the back of the phone.
The phone allegedly measures 64.4×75.4×9.0mm in dimensions and weighs 195grams. The phone is likely to come running on Android 10-based Realme UI out of the box.