Realme 10 Leaked with Renders; Expect 90Hz 2.5D AMOLED, 50MP Camera & Helio G99 SoC

Sohail Akhtar

Realme 10-series keeps popping up in leaks ahead of the official debut slated for November. Until now, only the Pro models from the family got attention from tipsters, and there was little to know about vanilla Realme 10. The info is finally out. A recent post by Appuals irons out the smartphone’s details.

There are two possible color and RAM combos of the upcoming sequel to the last year's Realme 9. Painted in Clash White and Rush Black, the phone plans to roll out in 4 and 8 gigs RAM variants; users will find 128GB of storage in both cases.

Realme 10 renders showcase a flat smartphone design with a 2.5D Super AMOLED display and two camera silos individually housing a 50MP primary and 2MP depth or macro. As per the report, the 50MP camera will have the ability to zoom in 20 times digitally.

The punch hole in the top-left corner of the upcoming addition to the Realme price catalog will have a 16MP sensor for selfies. Unfortunately, a higher megapixel count won’t have much effect since realme plans to cap the phone’s video recording to 1080p.

The super AMOLED front array on top will span 6.4-inch across with 1080p or FHD+ resolution. The phone likely sports a 90Hz refresh rate, 20:9 aspect ratio, and pixel densely packed at 411 PPI. On top of a 400nits peak brightness, the screen will come with the added Always-on-display feature. 

Under realme 10’s hood, users will find MediaTek-powered Helio G99 SoC. The CPU will hook up to a 5000mAh battery boosted by 33W fast charging. The new vanilla realme will boot up to an Android 12-based Realme UI home screen. Added with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, type-C port, and a dual-Sim tray, the phone will roughly measure 7.95mm in depth.          


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