Realme 5G: New trademark registered for the Europe region

The Chinese brand Oppo never seems to stop, so here after having surprised us with theOppo Reno 10X Zoom Special Edition that we will probably see on the market soon, today the company is talking about itself with the certification of another device, this time part of the Realme sub-brand.

Realme 5G: New trademark registered for the Europe region

Realme 5G

Realme has in fact submitted a trademark request for the name "Realme 5G", which it can then use to promote smartphones with next generation connectivity. In addition, the trademark has been presented for the European region, this means that the smartphone will surely arrive in our continent.

Before this news, the Chinese brand had already announced that in the future it would release 5G devices; specifically next year. The trademark requested today does nothing but confirm that news and suggest a closer arrival date.

Realme 5G

On which smartphones will we find the new technology? Well most likely this will be adopted by the next Realme X3 which may be available in two versions; with and without 5G. While the chipset used will almost certainly be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 735. A processor that not surprisingly integrates a 5G modem.

The CEO of Realme, Xu Qi, had said in the past that the brand had become part of the "Forerunners Alliance" program, a program aimed at making 5G technology more mainstream, both in terms of products and services . While Realme's product director, Wang Wei, revealed that the brand's next smartphone would support 5G technology.

Realme X2 thumb

Realme X2

In any case, the probability that the smartphone in question is the Realme X3 is very high given that at the moment Realme has only 3 series of products: Q, X and Pro. The new technology will, at least for the moment, only be available on devices medium-high range, therefore X series.

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