Realme's first 6000mAh phone is coming to Indonesian customers soon
Realme is gearing up to release its first phone with a 6000mAh battery in Indonesia. This, at least, certainly seems to be the message of a new Instagram post by the OEM's marketing director for this country, Palson Yi. It includes an image with a stylized "6000mAh" graphic and the tagline "Leap to Next Power".
Smartphone batteries of this size are mostly associated with Samsung's mid-rangers, and may be why the same devices are so popular in some markets. The executive has indeed noted that Realme's new ability to equal the Korean giant in these terms has sprung from "[user] feedback as our top priority".
Yi has also invited Realme fans to speculate as to which series of its phones it could join. As to this, high-capacity batteries have been first found in products such as the 5 and 6i; however, some recent iterations of the C line have also had 5000mAh capacities.
Therefore, the new and more powerful device may be a successor to any of these, and may also challenge rivals such as the Galaxy M31 on its to-be-determined debut. Then again, recent leaks have suggested Samsung is already set to move on from all of them with a new, 7000mAh mobile power-pack.