Realme 5G Phone Powered By Snapdragon 7-Series SoC To Debut Soon
Anita - Sep 12, 2019, 12:42 pm IST
Realme is expected to launch a 5G smartphone with a Snapdragon 700-series chipset at the recent future.
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Qualcomm has recently announced its plans to introduce chipsets with 5G support across the Snapdragon 6 and 7 series next year. Accordingly, mid-range phones could also support 5G connectivity. As you may know, Snapdragon 800 lineup is the flagship chipset series of the company. Qualcomm also revealed that it had begun testing its new Snapdragon 7-lineup SoC to consumers and the first phone could be introduced after the fourth quarter of this year. And soon after this announcement, Realme confirmed the launch of a 5G device packed with the upcoming Snapdragon 7-lineup chipset.
While the other specs of hardware of the upcoming Realme 5G handset or the certain release date are still under wraps, it is tipped to come with new Qualcomm Elite Gaming and Qualcomm AI Engine features. Realme said in a statement “By adopting Snapdragon 7 series that is one of the first mobile platforms with integrated 5G, Realme clearly demonstrates its Dare-to-Leap capabilities. In the forthcoming era of 5G, Realme is also dedicated to contributing to the global development of 5G technologies, so that more consumers can benefit from them as soon as possible.”
Previously, Madhav Sheth, Head of Realme India, confirmed in June that the company has planned to introduce phones with 5G support sometime this year. Also, he noted the 5G phone of the company would be available before Indian telecom providers begin offering 5G connectivity services. In addition to Realme, other players like Xiaomi, Redmi, Vivo, Oppo, LG, HMD Global, and Motorola also revealed their own plans to equip the new Snapdragon 7-lineup SoC for their 5G smartphone in the coming time.