Chinese smartphone company Realme to release “Realme V5” by early August. The product is the first model in the V-series introduced by the company.
The official announcement regarding the product was made by Xu Qi Chase, Chief Marketing Officer of Realme. He released the product’s poster via Chinese social media website Weibo.
According to local news media IT News, Xu Qi has used the term “Oli” as the code name for the product. Also, the model suffix’s change to flash-charge Oli hints that V5 would be equipped with high power flash charging capability.
As per the posters released, the product is designed with a colour theme by the name Silver Wing Boy. The most commendable feature of the product is its quad rear cameras with 48-megapixel. The camera setting has been revamped from a vertical style to a rectangular housing. The back of the phone displays a large logo of the company. It flaunts a matte finish as well.
On analyzing the front design, V5 has a punch-hole display on its top right corner. The model is expected to support 5G connectivity.
Meanwhile, the Chinese certification site TENAA released limited specifications on a product with model number RMX 2112. There are predictions that the model could be either Realme X3 Pro or Realme V5.
It is rumoured that the V5 would come with an LCD panel and fingerprint scanner with 6.5” display. Commenting on its storage, V5 is anticipated to arrive with 6/8GB RAM with 128GB storage. The battery will be 4400mAH along with 65W SuperDart charging.