Realme 6i is set to debut on March 17, but only in Myanmar

Maria J. Danford

It is just been a handful of months because the Realme six series produced their worldwide debut, and the corporation is presently looking to increase another member: the Realme 6i. The Realme 6i will be unveiled on March 17 in Myanmar, marking its worldwide debut. It will be the 3rd […]

It is just been a handful of months because the Realme six series produced their worldwide debut, and the corporation is presently looking to increase another member: the Realme 6i.

The Realme 6i will be unveiled on March 17 in Myanmar, marking its worldwide debut. It will be the 3rd member of the new Realme six series, which released earlier this thirty day period in India. If we comprehend Realme’s new product or service lineup appropriately, the 6i will be the successor to the Realme five.

Realme 6i specifications

The Realme 6i is set to be the world’s to start with smartphone to be driven by the new MediaTek Helio G80 chipset. It is a 12nm octa-core chipset that specializes in gaming performance. The Mali-G52 MP2 GPU will be part of it. 

The show will be a Complete Hd+ panel with a waterdrop notch, which will residence a 16MP selfie digital camera. On the rear, the Realme 6i will activity a quad-digital camera set up, consisting of a 48MP most important shooter, probable to be followed by an ultrawide shooter, a macro lens, and a depth sensor. 

As for the battery, it will activity a enormous five,000mAh battery with assistance for 18W rapid charging about USB Form-C. It is unclear if this will be VOOC charging or some other charging conventional. The fingerprint scanner is probable to be on the back again, as none can be spotted on the facet, and an in-show resolution will be doubtful in this cost phase. The Realme 6i will operate on Android 10-based ColorOS seven out-of-the-box.

The cellphone will be announced in Myanmar tomorrow at an expected cost equivalent of Rs 10,000-12,000. There is no facts if this cellphone will come to India in the long run.

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