Realme Q3 smartphone collection might be launched in China quickly. The corporate took to Weibo to additionally reveal that the Realme Q2 collection has reached 1 million gross sales since its launch in October final yr. The Chinese language tech big, nevertheless, hasn’t revealed a lot in regards to the Realme Q3 collection however a report has listed out alleged specs of the vanilla Realme Q3. As per a report, the handset may come outfitted with MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC, and is predicted to be priced underneath CNY 2,000 (roughly Rs. 23,000).
As per a post by Realme on Weibo, the Realme Q3 collection might be “coming quickly.” A selected date wasn’t introduced. These smartphones are anticipated to come back with 5G assist. It’s to be famous that every one the smartphones within the Realme Q2 collection — the vanilla Realme Q2, Realme Q2 Pro, and Realme Q2i — made their debut in China final yr with 5G assist. Realme Q2 was launched in India as Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G in India earlier this yr. The Weibo submit additionally mentions that the Realme Q2 collection gross sales numbers have crossed the 1-million mark, nevertheless, the corporate didn’t delve out any info on variant-wise sale numbers.
In one other Realme Q3-related improvement, the alleged specs of the vanilla Realme Q3 smartphones have surfaced in a report by MyDrivers. The report claims that the smartphone will come outfitted with MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC, paired with UFS 3.1 storage, and LPDDR4X-2133 RAM. The smartphone may come outfitted with a 120Hz show display screen and pack a 4,500mAh battery with 50W quick charging assist. So far as the digital camera is worried, the telephone might characteristic a quad rear digital camera setup, and connectivity options might embody Bluetooth 5.2 in addition to Wi-Fi 6.
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