Realme Race Pro set to do battle with the Mi 11 Pro: 160 Hz QHD+ OLED and 125 W charging to take center stage
Xiaomi may have beaten Realme to the punch by releasing the Mi 11 as the first Snapdragon 888 device of the year. It appears Realme is waiting for grander things, however, as new reports suggest that the company is working on a device, the Realme Race Pro, that looks set to take on the Mi 11 Pro.
According to Frandroid, the Realme Race Pro will sport a 6.8-inch QHD+ display. Interestingly, that display is said to be a 160 Hz OLED. That would be the first of its kind, as OLED panels so far have topped out at 144 Hz with an FHD+ resolution as seen on the ASUS ROG Phone 3.
Under the hood of the Realme Race Pro will be a Snapdragon 888, with up to 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512 GB of storage lending assistance. Power will be supplied by a 5000 mAh battery, with Realme continuing the trend of super-fast charging with a 125 W fast charge. At the back of the phone is said to be a triple camera setup, likely comprised of a 64 MP main camera, a 13 MP ultra-wide shooter, and a 13 MP telephoto camera. Release is expected before the end of March.
Xiaomi is likely to release the Mi 11 Pro before the Realme Race Pro, so it'll be interesting to see how that phone compares. It's unlikely to match the 160 Hz refresh rate either way but should deliver a more impressive camera setup while being priced competitively.
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