Oppo is preparing to dispatch its first cell phone under the Realme brand name in India and not surprisingly, bits of gossip began flying in.
After leaked hands-on photographs uncovered the gadget’s design yesterday, and mostly a portion of the hardware, today the full specs of the Realme 1 handset turn out to be clear too. The phone is going to be 6 inch with a 18:9 FHD+ resolution. The dimensions are 2160X1080 IPS LCD. The phone will have a 6 GB RAM and 128 GB ROM along with space for a MicroSD-so storage space can be increased. It will have 403 ppi and MT 6771. The phone will accommodate a Hybrid SIM slot and will be running on Android 8.1. Coming on to the cameras which it is famous for, seems that Realme 1 will have a 13 megapixel rear camera with PDAF and depth effect. The front camera will be 8 megapixel with a super awesome portrait mode (so expect really good selfies). The phone will also have a Micro USB and Bluetooth 4.2 with an FM Radio. The battery capacity is 3410 mAh. Bad news is that there will be no fingerprint sensor but will have a face unlock feature.
It gives the idea that the greater part of the specs from the past report are affirmed in the present one like the missing fingerprint sensor, the camera setup, display, chipset, memory design and battery. Alongside that, more insights about the network are uncovered – bolster for Bluetooth 4.2, FM radio, microUSB port for charging and a microSD opening for storage. The last is imparted to the second SIM card space, however.
Indeed, the official dispatch of the Realme 1 will be on May 15 and the telephone will be accessible for purchase through Amazon India.
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