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