Realme’s next big event is almost here. The launch event which will take place on 3rd September at 12:30 IST will introduce new smartphones from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer. Realme had stated that the event will see the launch of two new smartphones from the company- the Realme 7 and the Realme 7 Pro.
As the event inches closer, it has come to be known that apart from launching the smartphones, the company will also introduce Realme IoT products. A tech enthusiast tweeted about the new probable IoT products from Realme. According to the source, the company will also launch Realme M1 Sonic Electric Toothbrush, Realme Tshirt, Realme Adventurer Luggage, and Realme Tote Bag 2.
As interesting as the products sound, netizens’ curiosity will have to hold off till the company officially introduces them during the event and hopefully reveals some of their specifications. The netizens are also looking forward to watching how the company integrates its brilliancy into everyday mundane things like the Tshirt to take it to the next level.
This new series of IoTs have the feel of Xiaomi crowd-fund products for smart homes. Xiaomi’s ventures have received mostly positive feedback, and if Realme could do the same things here with its new line of IoTs, there is no doubt that it will strike a positive chord with the Indian audiences too.
As mentioned before, no information regarding the new IoT products are available as of now, and we have to wait until the company makes the official announcement in today’s event. As for the two new smartphones, Realme has confirmed that the two smartphones will come with 65W SuperDart fast charge and will feature a punch-hole display.
We can expect the new smartphones to come with processors with a higher AnTuTu score than Helio G85 SoC and Helio G90T chip. Both the smartphones are likely to feature a quad-camera setup that will come with a 64MP primary lens, an ultra-wide-angle lens, a macro lens, and a portrait lens. As for the battery, both the smartphones will support 65W SuperDart charging.