Realme eight 5G start day is established for April 21, the Chinese company revealed by means of its social media account on Friday. The new Realme cell phone will be an improve to the Realme eight that debuted in India past month. The Realme eight 5G is teased to have a gradient back complete, sans the firm’s ‘Dare to Leap’ branding. The 5G variant of the Realme eight also purportedly appeared on some certification sites lately. It has been teased to start in India alongside with other markets.
The formal Realme Thailand site on Facebook declared the start day of the Realme eight 5G. A teaser movie has also been posted on the Facebook site that presents us a glimpse of the impending Realme cell phone.
The movie shows the Realme eight 5G from its back sporting a gradient complete in a black shade. The cell phone doesn’t have the ‘Dare to Leap’ tagline that showcased on the Realme eight. Some lately leaked photos, on the other hand, had suggested the tagline at the back of the Realme eight 5G as well.
The teaser movie also reveals that, not like its 4G variant, the Realme eight 5G has a triple rear camera set up with a 48-megapixel main sensor. The standard Realme eight will come with a quad rear camera set up with a 64-megapixel main shooter.
If we club the facts of the cell phone suggested by its teaser movie with the information and facts noted earlier, the Realme eight 5G is probably to occur as a rebranded Realme V13 5G that was released in China past month.
The Realme V13 5G also has a 48-megapixel main camera and a variant with no the firm’s ‘Dare to Leap’ tagline. A US FCC listing lately suggested that the Realme eight 5G will have a five,000mAh battery and bodyweight all around 185 grams, which is in line with the specs of the Realme V13 5G.
Realme is also teasing the start of the Realme eight 5G in India. It is, on the other hand, unclear at this stage if the India start will just take place just before the Thailand announcement on April 21.
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