Chinese tech giant Realme has launched the 6i smartphone in Myanmar.
The new handset arrives as a successor to the Realme 5i, that went official in India earlier this year.
Notably, the phone retains the display and battery of its predecessor but comes with more capable cameras as well as internal hardware.
Here are more details.
The Realme 6i sports a familiar waterdrop notched design with a 6.5-inch LCD screen, an HD+ (720x600 pixels) resolution and a 20:9 aspect ratio- quite like the Realme 5i.
On the rear, the polycarbonate panel with strip patterns houses a quad-camera setup and a physical fingerprint reader.
Moreover, the phone is available in White Milk and Green Tea color options.
The Realme 6i sports a quad camera setup comprising a 48MP (f/1.8) primary sensor, an 8MP (f/2.3) ultra-wide-angle sensor, and a couple of 2MP (f/2.4) sensors for macro photography and depth sensing.
For the selfie lovers, the handset houses a 16MP (f/2.0) front-facing snapper.
Furthermore, the main sensor supports 4K video recording at 30fps, while the selfie snapper can record full-HD videos at 30fps.
The Realme 6i is powered by a MediaTek Helio G80 octa-core chipset, coupled with up to 4GB RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage.
Under the hood, the phone runs Android 10-based Realme UI and packs a solid 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast-charging support.
Moreover, it gets support for connectivity options like dual-SIMs (Nano), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, VoLTE, Type-C port, and a headphone jack.
In Burmese market, the Realme 6i costs KS 249,900 (approximately Rs. 13,000) for the entry-level 3GB/64GB model and goes up to KS 299,900 (approximately Rs. 15,800) for the top-tier 4GB/128GB model.
There is no official word on its availability in India yet. But considering the company sells Realme 5i in the country, we expect the handset to hit our shores in the coming weeks.
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