- Realme hasn’t revealed specific details about the new camera layout
- Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro were the first phones from the brand with quad cameras
Realme will be introducing a new rear-camera layout on its smartphones as early as next month, as confirmed by the company’s India CEO, Madhav Sheth in the latest #AskMadhav Q&A session on YouTube. It seems fans want to see a new camera layout after several Realme phones launch with vertical quad cameras on the left corner or center. To recall, the Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro were the first phones from the brand with vertical quad cameras. Since then, most smartphone launched by the brand have stuck to the same vertically aligned design. The Realme India chief did not reveal what this new camera layout will look like, but it seems we won’t have to wait too long for it.
Realme was working on an OPPO-Reno like design with the triple camera placed underneath the glass panel that had a carbon finish. While this was a shift from the routine design, Realme had to cancel the same owing to the fact that the battery size had to be significantly compromised and the company didn’t want that. Realme India CMO, Francis Wang mentioned the brand is working on something better, which could be what the Realme India CEO must be referring to.
Furthermore, in the same YouTube Q&A session, Madhav Sheth also mentioned the company is working on new flagship TWS earbuds to cater to different user needs but didn’t mention any details about them just yet. The Realme Buds Q are confirmed to launch in India soon and will be priced aggressively under Rs 2,000. The executive says that it would set a new benchmark in the segment. The brand is gearing up to unveil the Realme X3 series on June 25th in India.