We got some reliable information about the Realme 10’s chipset, battery, and cameras from Madhav Sheth, Realme’s VP and Head of Realme International before the phone came out on November 9. The Realme 10 series debut is quickly upon us.
Sheth has said that the Realme 10 will come out with a MediaTek Helio G99 chipset and up to 16GB of dynamic RAM (8GB onboard and 8GB virtual). We also have more information on the phone’s cameras, which include a 50-megapixel primary shooter and a 16-megapixel front-facing camera. Realme put a lot of thought into how well the camera worked when making the Realme 10, and even though it has fewer megapixels than the Realme 9, which has a primary camera with 108 MP, Sheth is sure that the 50MP shooter will give results that are just as good as its predecessor.
The Realme 10 retains its predecessor’s 5,000 mAh battery capacity and supports 33W charging. We know for sure that the phone can handle a full day of hard use, including gaming. It will take approximately 28 minutes to charge from 0% to 50%.
Furthermore, the company has indicated that users of the Realme 10 would be able to run up to 18 programs at the same time without any issues. Moreover, the display of the Realme 10 will have a punch-hole design, and the user will be able to select one of three color schemes.
Realme 10 Pro+ Specs
Meanwhile, the Realme 10 Pro+ model’s MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chipset is expected to be incorporated into the device when it launches. It will be the most costly variant, yet the battery capacity will only be 4890mAh, despite being the most expensive model.
However, in addition to that, a 65W rapid charger will be included in the packaging. The primary camera on the Realme 10 Pro+ will have a resolution of 50 megapixels with optical image stabilization capabilities (OIS). According to reports, the design of the Realme 10 would likely remain the same across all models of the phone.