Realme 10 4G launch as an AMOLED display smartphone confirmed for early November 2022
As the Realme 10 4G's leaks would have it, the device would launch with a very similar, if not exactly identical, display to that of its 9 4G predecessor. However, the OEM was tipped to drive this 90Hz AMOLED display with a newer processor, the MediaTek Helio G99, in this upcoming generation. Now, it has effectively confirmed that this is indeed the case.
To that end, the 10 4G now has a Terminator theme to its promos, which assert its ability to "sweep away the competition" thanks to its updated "bomb combo". The brand has also revealed that the smartphone will have 8GB of RAM, whereas the 9 4G started at 6GB.
This spec will, furthermore, be theoretically expandable by a new limit of 8GB thanks to the upgraded Dynamic RAM feature to be found in its build of Android.
The 9 4G launched in April 2022 - now, its 10-series successor is also officially slated to launch worldwide in the same year - in just 1 week from now, in fact. It is hyped to "terminate poor gaming entertainment" on November 9 at 14:00 (UTC +8).