Realme China launch teaser suggests a pop-up selfie camera smartphone is coming

Realme China Launch - Feature Image

Realme is all set to get into China, as the brand has started to tease its entry into the market. After its successful one year in India, the young smartphone maker, which spun-off from OPPO last year seems quite excited about its China entry. Its official Weibo channel has released a theme song dubbed, “It’s me, it’s me, it’s Realme.” Thus, making the Realme China launch announcement official.  

Realme China Launch

This teaser video showcases a Realme smartphone with a pop-up selfie smartphone camera. Unlike seen on its range in India, Realme 3, Realme 3 Pro, and Realme C2 are all its latest phones. The company seems to be getting ready to introduce a China-specific smartphone. With a focus on selfie and probably a notchless display. 

A recently leaked TENAA listing suggests it could be the same phone. The images shared by TENAA showcases no notch, but it doesn’t showcase a pop-up selfie camera either. Which is why we would suggest you take this information with a pinch of salt. 

This Realme handset with model number RMX1901 is different from RMX1851 (Realme 3 Pro) in case you are wondering. The TENAA listing gives us certain specifications to expect. Such as a 6.5-inch full HD+ display and a vertical dual rear camera setup. 

Realme China - TENAA

With no physical fingerprint sensor, it appears the handset could introduce an in-display fingerprint sensor. The display is believed to be OLED. The dimensions of the phone are reported to be – 161.2 x 76. x 9.4mm. Further, the phone could pack a 3680 mAh capacity battery. 

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