In the near future, OPPO’s sub-brand will release a new low-end smartphone in China. Well, initially, the phone will land in China. But we guess, later, the Realme 10 will continue its trip to other markets as well.
Realme 10 / Pro Specs
Currently, the Realme 10 / Pro models have passed the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology network access certification. Shortly, the series has passed the TENAA certification, which means it will appear on the shelves soon. Apart from this, from the TENAA listing, we can learn about some features of the upcoming handset. For instance, we know that the Realme 10 will adopt a straight screen design, while the Realme 10 Pro will adopt a hyperbolic screen design.
Specific information concerning each model is as follows:
The Realme 10 will feature a MediaTek processor clocked at 2.2GHz. Though we know that the international version will sport the Helio G99 chip, there is no info for the Chinese variant. The 6.7-inch LCD screen will have a 2400×1080 resolution. The front-facing camera will have a 16MP resolution, while the rear camera will include a 108MP sensor and a 2MP sensor. The rated battery capacity is 4870mAh. Finally, its thickness is 8.1mm, and it weighs 190g.
The Pro variant will sport the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 processor. Yes, this is the same chip that will come on the Redmi Note 12. The 6.7-inch OLED hyperboloid screen will have a 2412×1080 resolution. The front camera has the same resolution as the vanilla variant. But the Pro model will sport a triple camera. Apart from the 108MP and 2MP lenses, there will also be an 8MP CMOS. The rated 4890mAh battery will support a 67W fast charging solution. The thickness is 7.78mm, and it is 172g.
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Today, 91mobiles and OnLeaks showed the phone’s actual look through high-definition renderings. As you can see, there are two color options. The back covers of both phones adopt a sparkling gradient design. Plus, we can clearly see two camera sensors.
If our sources are accurate, the phone will go on sale in China in the first week of November. Shortly after that, the Realme 10 will land in other markets.