A few weeks before, it was reported that Realme is working on the successor model of its primary series. Even, the expected models (from lineup) also got listed on various certification sites. But until now, the launch date wasn’t officially revealed. However, today, the officials have finally revealed the launch date.
This morning, Realme has officially announced that the all-new Realme 11 series will be launched on May 10 at 4 PM (as per Chinese timing). In the official poster, there is nothing new except the launch date. However, in the description, it is mentioned that this lineup would consist of camera focused smartphones.
The official announcement hasn’t revealed any kind of information regarding the specifications and design of the lineup. However, through some previous leaks and rumors, it is known that the Realme 11 series would consists of three modes: Realme 11 standard, Realme 11 Pro and Realme 11 Pro+.
The specifications and renders of Realme 11 Pro and 11 Pro+ were already revealed, thanks to TENAA Certification.
As previously revealed, the Realme 11 Pro and Pro+ will feature a 6.7 inches Single Punch-Hole Curved AMOLED Display that supports a Full-HD+ resolution (2412*1080p). The display is also equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner in Pro+ model. Inside the punch-hole, it features a 16MP selfie lens in Pro model and 32MP in Pro+ model.
Regarding the chipset, both top variants are expected to be powered by an upcoming Dimensity 7000 series chipset (not announced yet) which would have a 2.6GHz peak frequency. On the backside, both devices features a triple camera setup. However, the primary lens is of 100MP in Pro model while 200MP in Pro+ model.
In terms of battery, both models will use a 4700mAh dual battery cell (2*2340mAh). The charging speed is not known yet. It was also revealed that the base storage variant has 6 Gigs of RAM and 128 GB storage while the top variant has 16GB RAM and 1TB of storage in both models.
Realme is expected to reveal the major highlights of its Realme 11 series in the coming days, as other Chinese smartphone manufacturers do.