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- Realme is set to launch a 5G variant of the Realme 7.
- Judging by a Thai certification listing, the phone could be a reskinned Realme V5.
Realme stretched its legs to Europe earlier this year with the 4G Realme 7 duo. Now it seems the Chinese brand could add a third member to this family with faster networking.
Judging by Thai certification site NBTC (via MySmartPrice), a 5G variant of the Realme 7 could soon make its debut in global markets. The device wears model number RMX2111, suggesting it will be a reskinned Realme V5 series. The company previously announced in September that the Realme V3 and V5 would hit Europe in Q4.
If this is the case, we can posit the two phones will share similar specs. To that end, expect a 6.5-inch 2,400 x 1,080 LCD with a 90Hz refresh rate on the Realme 7 5G – the same cocktail used on the Realme 7 global variant. Internally, that cheap 5G goodness stems from the Mediatek Dimensity 720 chipset. A choice of 6GB or 8GB of RAM is met by 128GB of internal storage. Finally, a quad-camera array should also make an appearance at the rear, but it’s unclear if the Realme 7 5G will wear a new 64MP shooter or borrow the 48MP sensor from the Realme V5.
It’s likely that Realme won’t adjust the international price of the Realme 7 5G far beyond its Chinese sibling. The Realme V5 debuted at ~$215 in the firm’s home nation, which would likely make it one of the cheapest 5G phones in Europe if the EU price isn’t much higher.
There’s no word on the phone’s official launch date from Realme, but judging by the listing, we could expect to see it in the likes of Europe, India, and Thailand fairly soon.