Realme TV could have two formats: 55 "and 43"

As we have repeated several times, now a brand that has always dealt with telephony does not do just that. Between headphones, speakers, laptops, tablets and whoever has more, everyone is working hard to have an ever larger slice of the market. Realme is among these companies and after presenting the Realme Buds Air here he is preparing to present his first Realme TV. We have talked about it several times but today there are important news regarding the size of the device.

The first Realme TV will not only be 55 ″ but also a smaller 43 ″ format

Long ago we had treaty this new product which is about to arrive first in India and then in Europe. We said then that, in addition to her, the brand would also present her first portable PC but it was still a piece of news thrown away. Today, thanks to the Indian Mukul sharma, we have found that there will be two formats of Realme TV since this morning the 43 ″ version.

realme tv will have the 43 "variant as well as the 55"

If you remember correctly (otherwise go read our old article

) the company's first TV would debut with a measure of front panel equal to 55 ″. A great start, but perhaps too much: the new certification in fact confirms that there will be one 43 ″ variant which, presumably, will accompany the larger one.

What we are most interested in, in terms of specifications and materials, is the type of panel: probably from a QLED. For those unfamiliar with these terms, QLED technology is yes better in terms of image quality transmitted, but also more expensive compared to LCD technology. For example Xiaomi on its TVs and Smart TVs it uses panels LCD and OnePlus (qualitatively of another level compared to Xiaomi) uses technology QLED.

Source | Mukul sharma

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