The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 was officially unveiled today and rumors of the first equipment that will use this processor are already beginning to emerge. One of the brands on the front line to use it is Realme.
It is the publication GSMArena that advances with the first details about the next top of the range from Realme. Little is known about this device yet, but it looks like it will start yet another line of smartphones from the brand.
Realme “Race” arrives soon with the Snapdragon 888
Internally known as “Race”, this will be Realme’s next top of the range. With a rear that reminds us of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, this will be one of the first models to hit the market with brand new Snapdragon 888.
The source had access to an image of the “About” page of this equipment, in which we learn about some characteristics. It is then known that the Realme “Race” will arrive with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory.
In the field of software, this equipment will come with the new Android 11, of course, masked by Realme UI 2.0. Although we already know the design of its rear camera, details about its four lenses have not yet been released.
A new line of Realme smartphones on the way
The head of Realme, Madhav Sheth, used social media to leave some clues about this new equipment. In addition to saying that the brand is preparing to launch a device with a 5nm processor, he opened the door to a line of products with a new letter.
All of this seemed mysterious at the time, but it starts to make more sense with this revelation. It is possible that the new line of smartphones that Sheth refers to is featured in the Realme “Race”.
The executive promised a surprise for December this year, but it seems unlikely that it will be the presentation of this equipment. The Snapdragon 888 was announced today and it will take some time to reach the market.
Furthermore, this is the first time that we have heard of the new top of the range from Realme. Given current standards, it is very difficult for a company to keep so much secrecy in relation to one of its new equipment.
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