- Realme 10 Pro+ will be the brand’s first number series smartphone to feature a curved display.
- A Twitter user shared the live images of the Realme 10 Pro+ Indian variant.
- The Realme 10 Pro+ will most likely feature a triple rear camera setup with a 108MP primary camera.
iPhone 14 series and Google Pixel 7 series of smartphones were launched late 2022 by Apple and Google, respectively, that were relatively well received despite complaints by many users that its design was monotonous.
Realme is a company that was launched a few years back in China in 2018 that has rolled out many devices since then to praise and accolades from tech experts and common people alike.
It is one of the newer companies that has made its mark in an overcrowded field occupied by the likes of Samsung, Google, Apple, Xiaomi, and many other tech giants that have been in the business for decades.
To make a name for yourself amidst such greats is no mean feat for which Realme deserves all the praise and accolades that can be given. Realme is all set to launch its new smartphone Realme 10 Pro+ on November 17, 2022.
In lieu of this launch, the device’s images and specifications have been leaked to the general public, which will also be the first ever number series model to feature a curved display.
Realme 10 Pro+ is expected to come with a curved 6.7 inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display at a 61 degree curvature, along with a 120Hz refresh rate and will also be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 processor that will be paired with a single storage variant- 8GB RAM/128GB internal configuration
It appears that an Indian variant of Realme 10 Pro+ has been leaked online via its live images where a Twitter user has revealed the upcoming model, which can be seen to have a glossy and reflective back panel with traditional camera rings that are vertically stacked.
The handset will run on Android 13 based Realme UI 3 skin out of the box, while the battery capacity will be 5,000mAh units that might come with a 67W fast charging support.
In addition, you have the single sensor at the top, while two lenses at the bottom with a flashlight next to the camera rings where one image also shows Madhav Seth, Realme Vice-President, holding the handset.