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Upcoming Realme launch New gaming series smartphones

Upcoming Realme launch New gaming series smartphones
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Recently Realme launched in India with four cameras, Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro. The company also said that the Realme XT will soon come with a 64 megapixel camera. However, in a recent post, Realme said that another new smartphone series will be launched next week. Realme Chief Marketing Officer Shu Shi Chase recently posted a new teaser on social media. It is reported that the Chinese company will launch a new smartphone series next week. The company will pay special attention to the performance and camera of the new series smartphones. The phones in this series may contain the recently launched Sanpdragon 855 Plus chipset.

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In a teaser recently posted on China's social media, Chase said the company will focus on the performance of the new series in Realme phones. The latest camera sensors will also be used on this phone. However, the name of the new smartphone series is not yet known. No news has been published on the new smartphone series on the internet yet. The specification or other information of this new phone was not reported by the company.

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Realme recently announced that the company will launch the smartphone using Qualcomm's latest chipset Snapdragon 855 Plus. Chinese companies like Black Shark, Nubia have already launched smartphones using this chipset. In the same way, Realme has announced the launch of this new phone keeping in mind the gamers.

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Helio G90 and Helio G90T were also recently launched for gaming smartphones. This chipset may be used by MediaTek in the latest smartphone series. The company has informed that the phone will be launched next week. Currently only in China this phone will launch Realme. It is not known when the phone will be launched in other countries including India. We will have to wait until next week to launch this phone to find out.

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