Realme Brick confirmed: here is the design and specifications of the speaker

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Yesterday we found out that Realme will be holding a press conference on 13 October in India where it will present several products including the upcoming Realme GT Neo2. But the manufacturer has confirmed that other products will also be unveiled, one of them is the Bluetooth speaker called Realme Brick.

Realme Brick confirmed: here is the design and specifications of the speaker

The Realme Brick will be the third Bluetooth speaker this year, following the Realme Pocket and Realme Cobble Bleutooth. The next speaker will be much larger and therefore performing compared to the other two already presented.

From what we can see from the teaser, the Realme Brick appears to have an aluminum body with the manufacturer's name prominently displayed in front in a large gray font. While at the top we find a total of four buttons, including a power button on the far right and three other buttons that include volume controls and what should be a multifunction or mode button. There are also four LEDs next to the power button which should indicate the remaining battery life.

As for the audio quality, the speaker has two 20 W full range speakers and two dedicated speakers for dedicated bass. In addition, two Realme Brick Bluetooth speakers can be paired for a stereo (360 °) experience, such as Realme Cobble and Realme Pocket.

Finally, the Realme integrates a 5200 mAh battery to get up to 14 hours of battery life and a USB Type-C port for charging.

Obviously not yet officially presented, the price has not been revealed.

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21 October 2021 08: 18
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Updated on: 21 October 2021 08:18
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