With a lot of smartphone giants getting into the tech race, Vice President of Realme Xu Qi Chase posted in Weibo that the Realme Race will be released next year. People off Twitter are also comparing this handset to the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11 which will be unveiled before the year ends.
— Frankie Herrera (@frankie_tech) December 22, 2020
Recently Vivo has been getting noisy this past couple of days since they secured a partnership with Zeiss as they are about to release their X60 series. So it is no surprise that Realme is getting into the Snapdragon 888 race as well since Realme CEO Madhav Sheth already hinted of what’s to come at the beginning of the month.
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— Madhav Sheth (@MadhavSheth1) December 1, 2020
The Realme Race Might Be The Replacement Line That Oppo Scrapped
A few months ago, rumours spread about Oppo discontinuing their Ace product line. As per Gizmochina, the leaker divulged information that Realme will sort of take over the Ace line so this speculation could now be true since the Vice President of Realme has revealed the project.
GSMArena also shared leaked photos of the phone yesterday which has been spreading in Weibo forums.
Amazing Specs At A Glance
Apparently, the Realme Race packs a 64-megapixel triple camera on the back which is higher than the recently unveiled Vivo X60. The recent photo leak also has the Realme logo located at the right side of the cameras with some yellow accents on its back cover.
Earlier this month, GSMArena also unveiled some of the rumoured specs of the upcoming flagship phone which will house 12GB of RAM, 256GB storage and will run on Android 11 with Realme UI 2.0 on top of the Snapdragon 888.
Although Chase did not mention if they partnered with a camera or imaging company that could help boost the phone’s reputation, it may still be worth putting this in your smartphone watchlist.