- Realme will launch Realme 6 Pro, Realme 6, and Realme band
- The launch event would be live streamed on YouTube starting at 12:30 pm
- The company will retail the smartphones via Flipkart and the band via Amazon
- There’s no confirmation that the company would go for offline sales
Realme is all set to launch Realme 6 series including Realme 6 Pro and Realme 6 in India today. Along with this, the company will also launch Realme band today. The company has recently signed Salman Khan as the brand ambassador just before this big launch.
Due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak, Realme has also announced that it will host an online only launch. The launch event would be live streamed through the Realme India channel on YouTube starting at 12:30 pm today.
1.8Ghz Qualcomm octa-core processor
A recent leak revealed that, the phones would be priced at a starting Rs 9999. There are chances that the Realme 6 Pro base variant might come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage which may be priced at Rs 13,999. It is also rumoured that Realme 6 will have a MediaTek Helio G90 SoC.
A 90 Hz FHD+ display, with a dual punch-hole selfie camera and 30W charging, powered by 1.8Ghz Qualcomm octa-core processor, is what the gadget boasts about. Realme 6 Pro will come in three colour variants – Purple, Orange and Blue, and will have 8GB RAM while running on the latest Android 10 Software.
Realme 6 Pro will feature ultra-wide lens, telephoto lens for 20x zoom and an ultra-macro lens, with the 64MP quad-camera set up. The smart phone will also come with 30W Flash Charge that promises 40% charge in 15 minutes. While the Pro model will feature dual selfie cameras, the Realme 6 will sport a single punch-hole.
Realme band features
Talking about the Realme band, the wearable will feature a colour screen which will display notifications for calls, reminders, texts, and SMS messages. With a water resistance certification of IP68, and wireless charging, along with sleep tracking and real-time heart rate monitoring, the band would be available in three colours – yellow, olive green and black. The band would be charged by directly plugging the band into the USB-A port.
It has also been revealed that the band is listed to come with nine sports modes – biking, running, walking, hiking, climbing, yoga, fitness, spinning, and even cricket. The cricket mode is especially made for India, as the sport is highly celebrated and played in the country.