The Realme 10 range will be presented during the month of November. In any case, this was confirmed by the brand via its Twitter account. Madhav Sheth, vice-president of the firm, has also hinted that the 10 series will focus on three specific points: performance, design and screen.
Three devices should be unveiled: the Realme 10, 10 Pro and 10 Pro+. Smartphones that have already been listed by TENAA, the telecom certification body in China. A range that makes sense since it would borrow the same names as the 9 series.
According to initial information from TENAA, the standard model would have a 6.7-inch LCD panel displaying in Full HD +. 4G and 5G versions would be planned. The first would have a MediaTek Helio G99 chip, while the SoC of the second remains unknown. Everything would be supported by 6, 8 or 12 GB of RAM and 64, 128, 256 or 512 GB of storage. We strongly doubt that so many options are available in France.
In photos, the brand would have opted for a 108 Mpx main sensor coupled with a 2 Mpx depth module. At the front, a 16 Mpx sensor would be used for selfies.
As on the Realme 9we would find a 5000 mAh battery compatible with charging at 33 W.
An expected Pro+ version
the Realme 9 Pro+ had proved convincing in its price segment and its successor is now expected at the turn. The Realme 10 Pro + would opt for a 6.7-inch curved Amoled panel, displaying in Full HD + (1080 x 2412 pixels). A fairly rare type of screen for affordable smartphones. With its dimensions of 161.5 x 73.9 x 7.8 mm and its weight of around 172 grams, it would be quite compact and light.
Under the screen, we would be entitled to a Dimensity 1080, a slightly redesigned version of the Dimensity 920 which fitted the previous model. Here again, the organization indicates that it could be coupled with 6.8, or 12 GB of RAM and 64.128, 256 or 512 GB of storage.
The Realme 10 Pro + would also be equipped with a main sensor of 108 Mpx, accompanied by an ultra wide-angle module of 8 Mpx. At the front, there would still be a 16 Mpx sensor. It remains to be seen whether this will be enough to do as well as the Sony IMX766 of 50 Mpx which we had last year.
Despite its contained weight, the smartphone would benefit from a 5000 mAh battery (compared to 4500 mAh on the Realme 9 Pro+) compatible with fast charging at 67 W.
No price has yet been communicated, but if this Pro+ version does not suffer too high inflation, it could be particularly interesting. The Realme 10 Pro should be largely inspired by it, but it will still take a few days to be truly fixed.