In January 2024, a flurry of new releases is anticipated from Indian smartphone brands. On January 4, Redmi is scheduled to unveil the Note 13 series, and Vivo will present the Vivo x100 lineup. In the Indian market, Samsung may introduce the Galaxy S24 lineup, while Poco is anticipated to release the Poco X6 series. By hinting at the upcoming release of a new smartphone, Realme is further generating excitement.
The next Realme smartphone is expected to release in India shortly.
“No Periscope,” appears on Realme’s teaser image. “No Flagship,” which could indicate that the company plans to introduce a flagship phone equipped with a periscope telephoto lens. The Realme GT 5 Pro (model number: RMX3888), Realme’s first flagship phone with a periscope telephoto camera, was released earlier this month.
There’s a chance Realme will introduce a mid-range smartphone with the kind of periscope telephoto camera usually associated with flagship models. A 3x optical zoom OmniVision OV64B periscope telephoto camera is reportedly expected to be included with the upcoming Realme 12 Pro+. OnePlus 12, iQOO 12 series, and Vivo X100 are among the flagship models that come with this top-tier camera. The Realme 12 Pro, on the other hand, is anticipated to include a 32-megapixel Sony IMX709 telephoto camera with a 2x optical zoom.
The Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 SoC may be found in the Realme 12 Pro lineup, despite the Realme GT 5 Pro sporting the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. The GT 5 Pro’s absence from the Indian BIS certification database is meaningless. The Realme 12 Pro+ and 12 Pro, on the other hand, have both received BIS certification (RMX3840 and RMX3842), suggesting that these devices may launch in India shortly.
According to a leak by tipster Abhishek Yadav, the Realme 12 Pro+ is expected to be unveiled in February or by the end of January 2024. It’s advised to wait for more information as it becomes available in order to have a more precise idea of the features and specifications of the Realme phone that has been hinted at.Above the Form