Realme- the brand that started off a few months ago as an Oppo sub-brand is surprisingly now a separate and independent entity. The brand is been rumored to be working on a real successor to the Realme1 launched barely three months ago. Official and non-official leaks have corroborated the existence of a possible successor to the Realme1, and now, the brand has again given us more reasons to anticipate a new smartphone from its stable.
Coming only a few days after the Realme2 reportedly surfaced on Realme’s official site, the brand has once again teased the Realme2, but this time via its Twitter handle. While the teaser is still lip sealed on critical details, it does reveal the Realme2 will feature a notch above the display, while also confirming there will be a dual camera setup on the flip side. Also, the teaser says the device will be arriving very soon, but just how soon is still unknown to us.
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Though details of the rear camera are still unknown, a report on 91mobiles suggests the device will come fitted with a 13-megapixel shooter and 2-megapixel secondary sensor on the rear backed by LED flash, while it will get a beefier 4,230mAh battery representing more than %20 increase compared to the Realme1.