Realme Ollie: a new series of 5G smartphones arriving for the brand

Just a few days ago we told you about an important novelty for Realme: the top up at 120W. This news was accompanied by that of two other brands that would have developed an even more performing charging technology. Let's talk about Oppo with the 125W e iQOO (sub-brand of Vivo) with the 120W. Here, however, we are not talking about this, but about the birth of a new series of devices 5G Realme is thinking about. Before telling you all we know, however, it is necessary to make a clarification: we do not know if this series will see the light in Europe. Just as the Narzo series was only born in India, Realme Ollie (this is the name) could remain in China.

A new series of 5G devices shows up: the Realme catalog expands with Ollie

As revealed by the well-known leaker and insider Digital Chat StationRealme would be thinking of a new series of mobile devices with connectivity 5G. His name, although not yet confirmed, should be Ollie (Aoli). In the image below we can see the first details, even if few.

vivo ollie new series of 5g smartphones

“Perfect solution for 5G weaknesses

Aoli (Ollie) offers a new series of smartphones "

This is what is written on this PPT slide that the Chinese blogger has left us. What we understand immediately is that the series of smartphones will be dedicated mainly to 5G, but not only. In addition to connectivity, which will obviously be its strong point, the device will be the first Realme to have one single punch hole camera: a single camera on the front. We know that this type of sensors have been inserted for the first time on Realme X50 Pro but in pairs.

From what emerges in the image it also seems that the edges will not be so rounded as we expect. This will be (if confirmed) a feature that many users will appreciate given the difficulty in using them gestures internal screen. The technical of this new series Realme Ollie are unknown but since the processor has just been introduced Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 + it is not excluded that the flagship product may integrate this chip.

Via | Weibo

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