Realme to Launch First Phone with MediaTek Helio G35 in Malaysia Soon

Realme to Launch First Phone with MediaTek Helio G35 in Malaysia Soon
Realme has been fast in adopting the most recent gaming-centric chipsets from MediaTek. Be it the Helio G70 that powers the Realme C3 or Helio G80 that powers the Narzo 10, Realme has introduced you a variety of firsts over this yr. And it doesn’t plan on stopping anytime quickly.

The Chinese large has began teasing the launch of yet one more entry-level cellphone, this time powered by the unannounced MediaTek Helio G35 chipset. Realme has shared a teaser poster for a similar on the official Facebook page for its Malaysian arm, the place the machine would make its debut. It will then launch across the globe, together with India, almost definitely beneath the Narzo sequence.

Image Courtesy: Facebook/ Realme Malaysia

The rumor mill means that it’s the Realme C11 that can arrive with Helio G35 chipset in tow. The render of the machine’s rear panel was shared together with the media invite, as reported by Malay publication Vocket. You can see the textured again, together with a darker coloration stripe working alongside the digital camera module. The mint coloration and design look fairly slick within the render proven within the header picture.

Realme C11 first appeared on-line with mannequin quantity RMX2185 on Indonesia’s TKDN certification portal. No leaks for the specs of this machine have appeared on-line. However, if we had been to guess, the machine will embrace an HD+ show, no fingerprint scanner, an enormous battery (near 5,000mAh), dual-camera setup, and extra. It will arrive as a youthful sibling to Realme C3, priced at round Rs. 6,999 in India.

Apart from Realme, its arch-nemesis can also be rumored to be gearing as much as launch the Redmi 9C powered by the MediaTek Helio G35 very quickly. A report additionally means that Micromax will re-enter the smartphone market in August, with gadgets powered by Helio G35 and Helio G25 chipsets.

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