- The Realme 10 series is expected to be launched in India before end-2022
- While the Realme 10 may bring 128GB storage, the Realme 10 Pro+ may offer 256GB
- Some of the colour options include Nebula Blue, Darkmatter and Hyperspace
Earlier this year, Realme CEO, Madhav Sheth, confirmed in an interview that the Realme 10 series of smartphones would be launched in India by the end of the year. True to his teaser statement, we have continued to see an increasing number of leaks and teasers about the upcoming series of phones — including its recent certification under the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). Now, a new post by tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore has claimed to reveal all the memory and storage configurations of the two phones that the Realme 10 series is expected to launch with — as well as their colour variants.
What the Realme 10 series may offer
According to the leaked post, the Realme 10 series may start with the vanilla Realme 10. This smartphone is expected to launch with two RAM and storage variants — with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. The Realme 10 Pro+ 5G, meanwhile, is tipped to come with a base variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, and two 8GB RAM variants with 128GB and 256GB storage.
In terms of colours, the Realme 10 is expected to be launched in two colour variants — ‘Rush Black’ and ‘Clash White’. The Realme 10 Pro+ 5G, meanwhile, is said to be offered in three colour variants — Nebula Blue, Darkmatter and Hyperspace.
To be sure, the base variant of the Realme 10 is tipped to be a 4G smartphone, and will likely be different from the entry level 5G smartphone that Realme is also expected to launch in India. It is tipped to be powered by the MediaTek Helio G99 4G chip, along with the above-mentioned RAM and storage variants. It is also expected to feature a dual camera setup at the rear, and could be powered by a 5,000mAh battery with 33W fast charging.
The Realme 10 Pro+ 5G, meanwhile, could be powered by the Dimensity 1080 SoC from MediaTek, along with a fast refresh rate AMOLED display. It could also feature a high resolution sensor, optical stabilisation, and could likely at least match its predecessor’s 60W fast charging speed.