The Realme 8 series, which was launched five months ago, is ready to receive an update. We currently have the Realme 8, the Realme 8 5G, and the Realme 8 Pro, but the Realme 8i, which offers minor upgrades over the base model, will be released soon.
The phone has now surfaced in a new leak from Digit.in, which depicts the gadget in official-looking renderings and also includes critical features.
The Realme 8i has a similar design to the Realme 8, with the exception of the two-tone design on the rear and the huge “Dare To Leap” branding on the front. In addition, the fingerprint sensor has been relocated to the side of the device, above the power button.
The report from Digit.in also includes a list of the phone’s important technical specifications. According to reports, the Realme 8i will include a 6.59-inch AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate, which is an improvement above the base model’s 60Hz. The 16MP camera will be housed in the punch-hole camera on the upper left of the device.
As a result, the main camera has been replaced with a 50MP sensor, while the 8MP ultrawide camera has been deleted. Instead, you’ll get a pair of 2MP cameras for use in depth sensing and macro photography.
In its place, the Helio G95 system-on-chip will be replaced with the Helio G96 chipset, which was introduced just a few weeks ago. In addition to this, there will be 4GB of RAM, 128GB of UFS 2.2 storage, and an internal battery of 5,000 mAh. The fact that there is no mention of quick charging suggests that it will be the same as the base model, which is 30W.
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