Realme’s next gen mid-rangers are on the horizon. The Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro will be launched on September 7th in India.
The company has posted teaser images of the phones along with some key specs on its website. Both phones in the Realme 7 series have a punch-hole display with a selfie camera in the top left corner, narrow side bezels and a slight chin bezel.
The Realme 7 supports 65W fast charging which the brand calls SuperDart Charge. It can charge the battery to 100% in 34 minutes.
The Realme 7 specs teasers reveal that the phones will be equipped with 64MP cameras with a Sony sensor. It is likely a Sony IMX686 sensor.
The Realme 7 has triple cameras aligned in a vertical bump on the rear panel, while the Realme 7 Pro has quad cameras. The set up on the Pro comprises a 64MP primary lens with an f/1.8 aperture, 1/1.73-inch sensor size, a 119° ultra wide-angle lens, a 4cm macro lens and a portrait lens.
If you look at the Realme 7 camera design images, you can see that the phones have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Realme is touting the Realme 7 series will be powered by a World’s first processor, and the teaser image features two chipsets from the MediaTek Helio series (the Helio G35 and Helio G90T). It is possible that the upcoming handsets will have an unannounced Helio G series SoC.
The chipset reportedly clocked a score over 300,000 on AnTuTu Benchmark.