Realme’s upcoming flagship collection in India, known as Realme Race till now, may launch because the Realme GT collection, as per a tipster. The tipster claims that the moniker has been trademarked in India. Earlier this week, a Realme smartphone with quantity RMX2202 was noticed in a TENAA itemizing. This smartphone was believed to be Realme Race, which may very well be one other identify for the Realme GT. The upcoming smartphone collection shall be launched because the Realme GT collection, as per the tipster.
Known tipster Mukul Sharma shared a picture of the Realme GT moniker trademark software. This signifies that the smartphone shall be launched in India quickly. Realme GT, aka Realme Race, was noticed on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) web site earlier this week, as per one other tipster. However, the smartphone could launch in China earlier than making its debut in India.
In photos seen on its TENAA itemizing spotted earlier, the Realme smartphone was seen together with a ‘GT’ branding in direction of the underside. Keeping this and the moniker data in thoughts, Sharma stated that the smartphone known as ‘Race’ to date shall be launched as Realme GT.
The photos additionally present an oblong digicam seen in the back of the cellphone, however the digicam sensors should not seen clearly. However, a render of the Realme Race that had surfaced on-line in December 2020 reveals the cellphone with a triple rear digicam setup. The photos counsel that the smartphone may very well be supplied in a blue color variant.
Realme had confirmed that ‘Race’ shall be a part of a brand new collection of smartphone, that includes Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. The firm had stated that the smartphone will launch in India in 2021.
The smartphone codenamed ‘Race’ has additionally appeared previously on Eurasian Economic Commission’s (ECC) web site. It is tipped to run on Android 11 out of the field with Realme UI 2.zero on prime. Further, it may include 12GB of RAM and 256GB of onboard storage.
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