The Realme Race launch is scheduled to take place after the Chinese Spring Festival, also known as the Chinese New Year. Realme has already confirmed the launch of Realme Race and has started leaking since then. This will be the first Realme phone to be powered by Snapdragon 888 SoC. Song Qi Aric, director of Realme Marketing Communications, suggested that Realme Race Pro could be launched after the Chinese Spring Festival. Realme is still giving the realme race launch date, the phone should be launched in China by the end of February. The Realme Race Pro India launch will happen
Realme Race Pro will come with 160Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 888 SoC and 125W fast-charging support.
Realme Race Pro and Realme X9 Pro, both Realme flagships have been leaked earlier. In addition to the Pro model, Realme Race and Realme X9 will also be unveiled as claimed by Frandroid. Realme Race Pro is being made the most premium model with a top-end specification with 2K display, 160Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 888 SoC, Android 11 OS and 125W fast-charging support.
While Realme is yet to be officially confirmed, the rumor mill has so far provided sufficient details.
The realme race launch date is expected between the end of January and February so far. The smartphone is expected to be launched in India later. Last month, Realme VP Xu Qi Chase teased the specifications of the Realme race with the design.
The upcoming Realme phone will come with a 64MP quad camera with Qualcomm top-end flagship chip, Snapdragon 888 SoC. Tipster Ice Universe leaked some key specs of the Reality Race on Weibo.
Spotted by MySmartPrice, the Reem Race specifications include a 5,000mAh battery, Snapdragon 888 chipset, and 12GB of RAM. A major update, the Realme Snapdragon 888 smartphone will come with the best 125W ultra-fast charging support in the market, which can fully charge the phone within 15 minutes.
The device is said to be an enhanced version of Oppo Ace 2. The Realme Race launch will be first in China. The device will come with a circular rear camera module and a hole-punch display upfront.