We previously reported that at the Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro launch in the Philippines, the company said it will debut a 64-megapixel smartphone next. Yesterday, October 18, we finally got confirmation that the device — none other than the Realme XT — is going to be locally announced October 29.
We have stumbled upon one important information for Realme fans: that Realme’s 64-megapixel quad-camera smartphone is launching in the Philippines before October ends.
The newly launched Realme X2 Pro brings together everything the public loves: great specs and compelling prices.
A day before its October 15 official launch, the Realme X2 Pro has shown up in a quick, 49-second hands-on video on Chinese social network Weibo.
After days of teasing the Realme X2 Pro and its flagship-worthy specs, Realme confirmed that the smartphone will be launched October 15 at simultaneous events in Asia and Europe.
Realme has produced some of the best-value smartphones in recent memory, but with the competition heating up in the budget and midrange categories, the former OPPO sub-brand needs to up its game to stay competitive.
The Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro with four rear cameras each are now official in the Philippines, but the best is yet to come. At the end of the Realme’s keynote during the Realme 5 series launch, the former OPPO sub-brand teased an upcoming smartphone with a 64-megapixel camera that is due for a local release soon.
The Realme 5, along with the Realme 5 Pro, makes its Philippine debut today with three variants for you to choose from.
The Realme 5 Pro is here, and it comes in two variants: the P11,990 (around $231) 4GB/128GB model and the P13,990 ($269) 8GB/128GB variant.
Realme executives have recently been teasing the arrival of a Snapdragon 855 Plus-powered smartphone. Now, we know that it’s the Realme X2 Pro. Code-named Super Warrior, it’ll be the first in its segment to use the flagship processor, and it’s expected to launch in China by the middle of this month.