- A Realme 10 poster has surfaced online, revealing its design, colours, and specifications.
- The leak features the Realme 10 phone in Blue and Black colour options.
- The Realme 10 series will feature a 120hz refresh rate display, a 50MP triple rear camera setup, and MediaTek SoCs.
The Realme 10 launch is getting close but we don’t have to wait long to get a closer look at the series. Reliable Chinese leaker WhyLab has shared a Realme 10 promo that discloses the phone’s specifications, design, and colours. So far, we have learned that the series could feature two models: vanilla Realme 10 and Realme 10 Pro+ 5G. The latter recently visited CQC and BIS certifications, while the former has been subject to multiple leaks and certifications.
These leaks have given us a rough idea of what to expect from the Realme 10 series, but the latest leak confirms some crucial details of the handsets. This comes before the launch later this year that Realme CEO Madhav Sheth hinted at earlier this year. Here’s everything we learned from the new Realme 10 series leak.
Realme 10 design leak
From the leaked teaser, we can see the Realme 10 series phone in Blue and Black colour options, which could be called Nebula Blue and Darkmatter we heard earlier from a leak. It has a flat rear panel housing a rectangular camera island featuring triple sensors tucked in two camera cutouts. We can also see the Realme branding at the bottom-left corner of the handset’s back. The teaser might have evoked a sense of deja vu because the Realme 10 phones look similar to the iQOO Z6 and iQOO Z6 Pro.
Another teaser reveals the Realme 10 launch date in China. The series will launch at the 10th China Mobile Global Partner Conference on November 3rd.
Realme 10 specifications (expected)
The poster also confirms that the Realme 10 series will feature a 120Hz refresh rate panel. Depending on the Realme 10 model, MediaTek Helio G92 or Dimensity 1080 SoC will power the smartphones. Lastly, photography on the Realme 10 series will be taken care of by a 50MP triple camera setup with support for OIS. The complete specifications of the Realme 10 series are still under the warp, but nothing is stopping it from breaking cover via leaks.