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The new Realme 10 series is expected to feature a noticeable aesthetic upgrade, with a plain matte paint job that still glitters in the right light, a slim and tough body that is rounded at the edges, a curved display that features a punch-hole camera, and a triple camera array that is hosted in two large ring-shaped cutouts. Even with new cameras and sensors, the camera bump is still expected to stick flush to the back panel, with a small bump that pushes it off the surface. Other than the Realme logo, the paint job runs uninterrupted on the back panel. The only difference is the camera bump's colour, which is a bit darker than the surrounding region.
The smartphone is expected to feature a 6.7-inch FHD+ display, which supports at least 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ technology. The processor that will run this setup is a Mediatek Dimensity 1080 unit, which is paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Everything is powered by a 5000mAh battery, which supports up to 33W fast charging.
Other notable inclusions are a new 108MP main sensor paired with 50MP ultrawide and a third telephoto unit. Both the main camera and the ultrawide are expected to come with built-in OIS and various AI algorithms to make the best use of the raw data. On the front, you can expect to find a modest 16MP selfie unit, which will feature a wide-angle lens for full-scale group selfies.
Price & Availability
The Realme 10 Pro Plus is expected to be launched in China by the 9th of November, for a starting price of around $300. While we don't have any confirmation about this, it is what would be expected from a competitive model with similar features. Let us wait and see how many of these predictions come true.