Updated, September 30, 2019 (5:14 AM ET): Definitely mention the Snapdragon 855 More chipset on Weibo in July (found in the original article below), which states that a phone is being planned with this chip.
Now, it has been confirmed by the chief executive officer of Xu Qi Chase Weibo (h / t: GSMArena) the Snapdragon 855 Plus Realme phone is in the works. Realme’s office says the phone has been dubbed a “big winner.” Check out the machine-translated post below:
We don’t know much about the new phone, but it’s nice to see that Chase has released the “Realme X2 Pro winner” over the head. So it looks like the last name phone is Realme X2 Pro.
Realme CEO Madhav Sheth said earlier GSMArena The company will only use Snapdragon 855 silicon processor if the device needs its capabilities (e.g. AI, photos, etc.). Sheth also claimed that the Snapdragon 855 is no different from the Snapdragon 710 processor when used daily. In any case, a clear chip shows high levels of future planning compared to mid-range processing.
First Edition, July 16, 2019 (5:01 AM ET): Qualcomm reads his Snapdragon 855 More chipset yesterday, and upgrade to the standard Snapdragon 855. We’ve already heard Phone AsOG ROG 2 Processing will be given to him, but the fact is that Realme’s financier has been prepared for his future plans.
The company took their Weibo credit card (or reweibo?) Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 post another post. “Hello, Snapdragon 855+,” Realme added to his emails.
This may be an opportunity for Realme to welcome a new addition to Qualcomm’s portfolio, but why mention sand if they don’t have plans for all the equipment? I think yes Samsung recently mentioned processing on Twitter, not intending to offer equipment and cricket.
In any case, we know that Realme works at the very least a smart phone. Chief Madhav Sheth mocked a four-camera phone and 64MP main camera last month, so this could be the candidate for the new sand. The company also has confirmed plans for a 5G device, but it is not clear if this is a variant of the square camera phone mentioned or anything else.
The reason Realme uses Weibo instead of Facebook or Twitter for mentioning the processing is that we might see a Chinese launch only, if a Snapdragon 855 Plus device is working. However Realme X It was the first Chinese phone, and since it landed in India, so fans are still hoping for a more affordable flag (if not, honestly, use high-quality silicon).