Let's get ready for a week of fire, as there are two launch events organized by OPPO (March 6) and Realme (March 5), Chinese brands that will bring many news to the attention of their audience. The attention is largely channeled towards Realme which should make its first wearable, the Realme Band, make its debut, but above all present the new mid range Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro, heirs of the previous generation that has become a best seller globally.
Of the two new smartphones we know practically everything, even to a good extent the launch price, but a good part of what we know are unofficial rumors so it is right to bring you the confirmations in this regard from the company, which today via a tweet, in the person of Madhav Sheth, he confirmed that Realme 6 and 6 Pro will both have support for super fast 30W charging, a technology that will allow you to charge phones from 0 to 40% in just 15 minutes.
Realme 6/6 Pro: support for 30W fast charging has been confirmed
Watch the launch live on 5th March, 12:30 PM. pic.twitter.com/j2SYrmLjo8
- Madhav 5G (@ MadhavSheth1) -
The new 30W flash charging technology is a big upgrade over Realme 5 which only supports 10W charging. Realme 5 Pro, on the other hand, supports 3.0W VOOC 20 technology. that this time the Chinese company does not distinguish between the standard and the Pro version, foreseeing the adoption of the new feature on both devices.
Probably we find between Realme 6 and 6 Pro also the stello display panel, with refresh rate at 90 Hz, while the only difference will consist in the hole on the screen. Single hole for the Realme 6 variant and longer for the Pro model, which will therefore host a dual selfie camera. The main differences will instead consist in the embedded SoC: MediaTek Helio G90 solution for the basic version and Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G for the Pro variant.
Even the photographic sector at the optical level should be the same for both devices, with 64 MP main optics while the rest of the 3 sensors may differ. We await the release to establish whether Realme's new lineup will disturb the expansionist aims of Xiaomi and Redmi.