Earlier this month, Realme introduced its flagships outside the country. The company debuted the 11 Pro and 11 Pro+ in India on June 15. Now the company is ready to debut the smartphones in the European market. Reportedly, the Realme 11 Pro and 11 Pro+ are not available for pre-order and sale in Europe.
Both smartphones are powered by Dimensity 7050. Both devices come in Black and Beige colors. The 8 GB model of Realme 11 Pro featuring 256 GB storage is priced at €400. On the other hand, the Realme 11 Pro+ featuring 12 GB RAM and 512 GB storage is available for €520. The devices can be pre-ordered in Italy and France. Shipments are scheduled for June 30. Users of Spain can receive new smartphones as early as tomorrow, thanks to Realme Spain’s offer to dispatch the phones as soon as the order is complete.
The company is offering discounts and benefits to consumers by collaborating with third-party retailers. Various online retailers like Amazon, Unieuro, or Mediamarket are offering discounts for a limited period. However, the latter two retailers are offering discounted products in their physical stores. The company is slowly and gradually pulling out of Europe. However, the 11 Pro and 11 Pro+ are available on Amazon with free delivery later this week.
When both smartphones are compared it appears that the non-plus model is more efficient in terms of its screen, overall performance, and battery. Whereas the Pro+ model offers improved cameras and double the storage of the non-plus model.
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