March 5 will be an important date for fans of the Realme brand, as the presentation of the new Realme 6 is official, alongside the top variant that will respond to the name of Realme 6 Pro. As the PRO affix suggests, the latter variant will differ from the standard model due to the hardware starting from the CPU used. In fact, if for the basic model we will have a MediaTek solution for the Pro model, the Chinese company has decided to opt for a more promising chipset produced by Qualcomm.
There is nothing official, but apparently the new Realme 6 Pro will have a primacy from his, namely the fact of being the first smartphone to equip the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G CPU, which as we have been able to learn over the past few months variant G of a SoC Qualcomm reports user experience devoted to gaming, with performances that do not disfigure towards the top of the most famous range. The Snapdragon 720G SoC was presented last January and if the newly leaked indiscretion is confirmed, it would lead Realme to join brands such as OPPO, Xiaomi and Vivo who are used to launch their latest creations with the new Qualcomm chips, before others competitors.
Realme 6 Pro will be the first smartphone with a Snapdragon 720G CPU
We also know that the new Realme 6 Pro will boast a 90 Hz LCD display, making the gaming experience more fluid, above average if we consider the range to which the new creation of the Asian brand will be placed. The rest of the specifications include a photographic sector moved by a 64 MP primary sensor which will be joined by 3 other optics and AI algortimo, as well as support for fast charging at 30W. If perhaps all this will seem too much and you are looking for more modest hardware, you could always fall back on Realme 6 which instead will show off a MediaTel Helio G90 processor, however performing, without giving up on the gaming side thanks to the HyperEngine Game Technology suite.
We just have to find out more details on March 5, the launch date of the two new smartphones.