Realme is teasing the launch of a new smartphone next week. The company teased the launch of a new phone series last week. The first teaser featured a dinosaur inside an egg and offered no additional information. Now, the Chinese smartphone maker has released its second teaser via its Weibo account. It features a queen of hearts playing card with the Q initial torn at the side. This could be Realme‘s way of hinting the next series from the company might be called Realme Q. Also Read - Realme 5 to go on first sale tomorrow via Flipkart and Realme.comAlso Read - Realme 2 Pro available at its lowest price yet on Flipkart: Check out the new price, features
The teaser does not only hint at the upcoming Realme Q series but also hints at the release date. Realme Q might be officially announced by the company on September 4. This release date number is placed alongside the number 119. This could mean that Realme Q will feature a camera with 119-degree field-of-view like the one seen on Realme 5 series. The ultra wide-angle camera on the Realme 5 Series comes with an aperture of f/2.2. Also Read - Motorola One Action vs Realme 5 Pro vs HTC Wildfire X: Price in India, specifications and features compared
At the launch of Realme 5 Series, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed the company will launch a new device towards the end of September. The device is called Realme XT and it will feature a 64-megapixel main camera. It is likely to be the first smartphone with 64-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor in the country. The Realme XT is expected to arrive as a step up over Realme X which was launched last month.
There is also a possibility that the company might just launch the Realme 5 series in China. Despite being a Chinese company, Realme started its operations in India first and recently debuted in the Chinese market. It is the fastest growing smartphone brand in the world, registering a growth of 848 percent in the past year. However, it seems to be expanding too fast that might put its own devices in jeopardy.
- 22Aug 2019
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