A few days ago, Realme launched a promotional campaign dedicated to the announcement of the Realme Q line, which will be held on September 5. The manufacturer emphasized that this will be a new series offering the best combination of price and performance. But, as it turned out, the new Realme Q will only be for the Chinese market.
Today, a series of hands-on photos about the smartphone has also appeared on the Weibo website. From a number of photos available, we can clearly see the Realme Q from various angles. Not only the front and back, but we can also clearly see the sides, including the retail box.
In addition to setting the four cameras (quad-camera) on the back which are stacked vertically in the left corner, the front design also shows that this smartphone still has a water-drop style bangs as the “home” of the front camera. Meanwhile, the Volume button is on the left side and the Power button is on the right side.
The smartphone image that was also loaded into the teaser is packaged with a four-camera arrangement (quad-camera) on the back. In addition, the smartphone also has 48MP camera support and has been powered by Qualcomm’s middle-class chipset, namely Snapdragon 712.
One thing that is not less interesting is the temptation associated with the price offered. In the teaser, the realme has given an indication that the smartphone in question will have a three-digit price tag, possibly 999 Yuan (around $140).
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