Realme 10 Pro Plus leaks purport to confirm specs and pricing for the allegedly upcoming Android smartphone
Realme is thought to launch a new mid-range Android smartphone called the 10 Pro Plus with a series-first curved display driven by the new SoC. Now, a well-known tipster claims to have evidence of at least one of those updates. Meanwhile, the device's full spec sheet has allegedly leaked out ahead of its launch.
The upcoming Realme 10 4G is thought to be joined by a higher-end sibling called the 10 Pro Plus (or Pro+) in the fullness of time. The latter is thought to upgrade to the new Dimensity 1080 platform, which will drive a screen with curved edges for the first time in its series' history.
That choice is often polarizing, although should the rumor prove true, Realme is likely to parley it into a premium perk in an otherwise affordable new Android smartphone.
According to a full specs breakdown allegedly grabbed from China Telecom, the FHD+ (or 2412x1080) display in question is to measure 6.7 inches diagonally (like that of the 9 Pro+).
The 10 Pro+ is tipped to have 108+8+2MP triple rear cameras in this new leak, which also purports to identify its processor as the MT6877V/TTZA, a model number that has a lot in common with the Dimensity 900 and 920; however, this variation could still be the 1080.
The new tip also suggests that China Telecom will sell the Realme 10 Pro+ as 8GB/128GB, 8/256GB and 12/256GB RAM/internal storage SKUs, one of which might start at 2,299 yuan (~US$320 at the time of writing).
Finally, the putative 10-series flagship may support fingerprint authentication, NFC and have a 5,000mAh dual-cell battery. Then again, it, unlike the 10 4G, does not have official acknowledgement or a launch date as yet.
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