The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme will soon join the laptop and tablet markets. A few sources have claimed that the company will launch the Realme Book laptop and Realme Pad tablet alongside the smartphone Realme GT on June 15. Just a few days ago, Realme’s chief executive officer Madhav Sheth teased the upcoming devices on Twitter, which means that the launch is imminent.
The upcoming Realme Book leaked images reveal a laptop with an aluminum body and a large screen with minimal bezels. The display screen will offer an aspect ratio of 3:2. Under its light aluminum body, there are dual speakers. The images do not portray various USB ports, but a few reports have claimed that the laptop is likely to come equipped with a USB-C port for charging.
In addition to the launch of the laptop, Realme Book, the tech giant will also launch a tablet dubbed as Realme Pad. At the moment, there is no information available for the Realme Pad. Although Xiaomi has launched a laptop, neither the company nor its sub-brands have launched a tablet. This will also mark the first time that Xiaomi or any sub-brand has introduced a tablet in the market.
Realme CEO Sheth has also confirmed the launch of the Realme GT smartphone on June 15 globally. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. This smartphone is already available in China, and the smartphone comes with a 6.43-inch Super AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution.
The smartphone features three cameras on its back: a 64MP primary lens, an 8MP wide-angle shooter, and a 2MP macro sensor. On the front inside the punch-hole, there is a 16MP camera. Moreover, the Realme GT smartphone runs on a 4500mAh battery that supports 65W charging. The pricing of the smartphone is yet to be announced.
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