Aside from acquiring the newest Helio G99 chipset from MediaTek, realme 10 will have a few more tricks up its sleeves…
Realme has announced that the Realme 10 will feature a 90Hz Super AMOLED display to “terminate poor gaming experience” and let users “enjoy better entertainment.”
Here’s hoping the Realme 10 (at least the Pro models) will support HRR gaming as we haven’t seen proper HRR support for games on Realme smartphones.
Realme has already confirmed that the Realme 10 will be powered by the Helio G99 SoC, pretty good choice as the processor is garnering pretty good reviews from tech reviewers and users alike.
Furthermore, according to Realme, the Realme 10 will come with 8GB of RAM that can virtually be increased to 8GB by using the phone’s internal storage, enabling users to run 18 apps at once.
Realme hasn’t released information on the Realme 10’s specifications, but leaked renders showed the smartphone will come in three colors, have a punch-hole display, and two rear cameras.
You can anticipate Realme to share additional information about the Realme 10 in an effort to raise anticipation for its official launch, which is still one week away.