A reskinned Realme V5 with better camera?

Realme 7 in hand

Credit: Dhruv Bhutani / Android Authority

  • Realme is about to launch a 5G variant of the Realme 7.
  • Judging by a Thai certification itemizing, the telephone could possibly be a reskinned Realme V5.

Realme stretched its legs to Europe earlier this 12 months with the 4G Realme 7 duo. Now it appears the Chinese model might add a 3rd member to this household with sooner networking.

Judging by Thai certification web site NBTC (through MySmartPrice), a 5G variant of the Realme 7 might quickly make its debut in international markets. The machine wears mannequin quantity RMX2111, suggesting it will likely be a reskinned Realme V5 collection. The firm previously announced in September that the Realme V3 and V5 would hit Europe in This fall.

If that is the case, we will posit the 2 telephones will share comparable specs. To that finish, count on a 6.5-inch 2,400 x 1,080 LCD with a 90Hz refresh fee on the Realme 7 5G – the identical cocktail used on the Realme 7 international variant. Internally, that low-cost 5G goodness stems from the Mediatek Dimensity 720 chipset. A selection of 6GB or 8GB of RAM is met by 128GB of inside storage. Finally, a quad-camera array also needs to make an look on the rear, but it surely’s unclear if the Realme 7 5G will put on a brand new 64MP shooter or borrow the 48MP sensor from the Realme V5.

It’s possible that Realme received’t modify the worldwide value of the Realme 7 5G far past its Chinese sibling. The Realme V5 debuted at ~$215 within the agency’s dwelling nation, which might possible make it one of many least expensive 5G phones in Europe if the EU value isn’t a lot greater.

There’s no phrase on the telephone’s official launch date from Realme, however judging by the itemizing, we might count on to see it within the likes of Europe, India, and Thailand pretty quickly.

Next: Realme 7 hands-on: A small step forward

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