The Realme 6i is the world’s first smartphone powered by MediaTek’s Helio G80 SoC. It runs Android 10-based Realme UI out of the box and comes in two memory versions – 3GB/64GB and 4GB/128GB.
The 6i is built around a 6.5″ HD+ display that has a notch up top housing the 16MP selfie camera – a big upgrade over the 5i’s 8MP front-facing shooter.
The back of the Realme 6i, designed by Naoto Fukasawa, houses a quad setup comprising a 48MP main (upgraded from 5i’s 12MP), 8MP ultrawide, 2MP portrait and 2MP macro cameras. There’s also a fingerprint reader on the rear for biometric authentication.
The Realme 6i packs a 5,000 mAh battery with reverse wired charging support – same as the 5i. But, it can draw power at up to 18W through a USB-C port, unlike the 5i that charges through a microUSB port at a maximum speed of 10W.
The Realme 6i comes in White Milk and Green Tea colors. The base variant with 3GB RAM and 64GB storage is priced at KS249,900 ($180/€160), while the 4GB RAM model with 128GB storage costs KS299,900 ($215/€195).
The Realme 6i will be up for pre-order in Myanmar from March 18 to March 26, with sales commencing from March 29.
Source (in Burmese)