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Realme Race Will Adopt Snapdragon 888 Processor

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Qualcomm has already announced the new Flagship chip Snapdragon 888, the company will also launch it officially as soon as it gets signals of adoption from the manufacturers. A few minutes after the official announcement, Xiaomi confirmed and Oppo also announced that both will be the first to use this chip. Now, an official announcement from Realme shows that it will also use this chip. The manufacturer says that the “Realme Race” will be one of the first to use the Snapdragon 888 SoC.

Realme has revealed this information on its UK official Twitter. If this device will be one of the first to use this chip, it should arrive in February latest. As of now, we do not know much about this smartphone. Nevertheless, a piece of recent exclusive information on GSMArena reveals some details of this device.

According to the report, this device comes with model number RMX2202. In addition to the Snapdragon 888, Realme Race will come with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Of course, there will be other configurations maybe 8GB of RAM, 512GB storage, and so on. On the software end, the report shows that the Realme Race will come with Realme UI 2.0 on top of Android 11 out-of-the-box.

The specs sheet also comes with an image that shows us what the rear of this device will look like. In the camera department, we can clearly see a quad rear camera setup in the round camera housing. On the right of the circular camera housing is an LED Flash. Furthermore, this device seems to use a curved glass back design which is preponderant in the industry presently. As for the specific camera specification, the specs sheet does not show any information. There is also no information on the front design, screen size, and resolution.

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