Following the launch of the Realme X2 Pro, X2 and 5 Pro, it has now been revealed Realme will be the first company to release a phone with Qualcomm’s new 5G integrated chipset.
This almost certainly won't be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 but one of the 5G integrated Snapdragon 700 series that was announced during IFA.
No much else is known about the phone, it could end up being a 5G variant of one of the existing models such as the X2 or 5 Pro.
One thing is for sure, Realme are taking an aggressive strategy in building up their market share. Even though the company is still quite new they have managed to acquire 17 million global users in 20 countries across the world.
With the official launch in Europe, these figures look set to increase considerably in the future.
The Realme X2 Pro is shaping up to become one of the best phones of the year, I have used it for the last few days and found it fantastic, but the best thing about it is the 399-Euro stating price, or about £360. This undercuts every other phone on the market with similar specs by a considerable margin.
During the launch, it was also announced that the X2 will cost 299-Euros and the Realme 5 Pro will be available from 199-Euros.