Chinese smartphone giant Realme is all set to host a launch event on September 9 in the country of India, wherein the company will unveil multiple devices.
The list of devices that will definitely launch include the Realme 8i, Realme 8s 5G, a Bluetooth speaker and the Realme Pad, the company’s first attempt at an Android tablet.
Ahead of this launch event, Realme has started teasing these devices, the latest of which is the Realme 8s. The teaser for the Realme 8s provides a first look at the rear of the device.
It also highlights the MediaTek 810 SoC since the Realme 8s will be the first device in India to draw power from this new MediaTek chip.
Realme 8s Design Revealed via Teaser!
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As mentioned earlier, Realme will launch the 8s on September 9 in India, ahead of which the company has taken to Twitter to showcase a teaser that reveals the design of the upcoming device.
The video confirms that the device will make use of a square quad-camera module to the rear, without dealing the exact camera sensors in use.
We presume that the device will likely make use of either a 64MP or a 108MP primary sensor coupled with dual 2MP additional sensors and an 8MP ultra-wide sensor.
To add to this, the teaser confirms support for up to 13GB of total RAM via Dynamic RAM, suggesting that the device will likely launch with up to 8GB of RAM and will make use of 5GB of the internal memory to provide virtual RAM, which will be coupled with the previously mentioned MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC.
Other leaks suggest that the device will make use of a 6.5-inch IPS LCD panel with a refresh rate of 90Hz, with a punch-hole style notch to the top to house the front snapper.
The device will likely run Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 out of the box and draw power from a massive 5000 mAh battery with support for 33W Dart charging.