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Realme's new Realme Q series of smartphones to be unveiled on October 15

Realme has a new line of smartphones in store for us
Realme has a new line of smartphones in store for us (image via Realme)
Realme is reportedly working on another entirely new line of smartphones. The first Realme Q smartphone is billed to support 5G, an AMOLED screen, and 65W fast charging. It is expected to make its debut in China on October 15, and remain exclusive to the market for the foreseeable future.

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Realme seems to have taken the Xiaomi approach towards product launches by flooding the market with a never-ending barrage of devices ranging from smartphones to suitcases. Not too long ago, Realme unveiled its new V line of smartphones with the Realme V5. Realme's upcoming Q series will soon join it, according to an industry insider.

Well-known leaker Digital Chat Station (via @stufflistings on Twitter) says that the mystery Realme Q smartphone will be unveiled in China on October 13. It will allegedly run a 5G-ready chipset along with an OLED panel, a hole-punch camera, an under-display fingerprint sensor, and a battery that supports fast charging at 65W. The device will likely serve as an intermediate between Realme's top-of-the-line X and mid-range V series. Much like the Realme V5, the yet-to-be-named Realme smartphone will remain exclusive to China.

Details about Qualcomm's Snapdragon 775G leaked not too long ago. We can expect the chip to make its debut alongside the Realme Q phone. However, one cannot rule out the possibility of running a Snapdragon 750G or an upcoming MediaTek Dimensity hardware. The chances of it being the latter are a tad higher, as Dimensity chips tend to debut alongside China-only smartphones.

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Anil Satyanarayana, 2020-09-28 (Update: 2020-09-28)