In just a few months of its short existence, Realme has made its presence felt in the Indian smartphone market. Having launched a total of four smartphones so far, the former Oppo subsidiary is all geared up for the fifth. Its first selfie-centric smartphone Realme U1 is scheduled to be launched on November 28, and Realme is leaving no stones unturned to generate the maximum hype for the smartphone. Also Read - AnTuTu releases August list with top 10 smartphones in performanceAlso Read - Realme U1 Android 9-based kernel source code released on GitHub
To that end, the company recently shared a selfie sample via its official Twitter handle. The image highlights Realme U1 s front-facing camera s capability to illuminate the subject s face well, despite the background being quite bright. Also Read - Realme U1 update adds new features and July 2020 security patch
Considering that Realme has been touting the U1 as a selfie-centric smartphone, it only makes sense to highlight the smartphone s selfie-camera performance. However, that s not all!
In another tweet (see above), the company showed off the AnTuTu score of Realme U1 s MediaTek Helio P70 SoC, comparing it with AnTuTu scores of Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 and HiSilicon Kirin 710, the two chipsets that power Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro and Honor 8X, respectively, two of the U1 s primary rivals. The scores are shown off in the form of a comparative bar chart, most likely created on the basis of this recent report.
It s worth noting that Realme U1 is the first smartphone to be powered by MediaTek s Helio P70 chipset. The SoC was announced at IMC 2018 last month.
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All said, the U1 is shaping up to be an exciting smartphone, and it ll most likely be quite affordable, just as the rest of Realme s smartphones have been so far.