Realme Q-series phone will debut on October 13 with 65W charging and Realme UI 2.0

Last week Realme unveiled its latest custom interface – Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11. We also got news of an upcoming Realme smartphone set to launch imminently with the new UI. Now, Chinese leakster Digital Chat Station has revealed the first details of the new phone which will be part of Realme’s Q series. For context, the Q-series is currently exclusive to China and only has one member with the aptly named Realme Q – a re-branded Realme 5 Pro.

Digital Chat Station Weibo post

Digital Chat Station Weibo post

The device will come with an OLED display with a punch hole cutout with an in-display fingerprint scanner. It’s also sporting 65W flash charging capabilities and an all-new design. Not much else is known about the Realme Q-series. It’s also worth noting that Realme teased a phone with an under-display camera and there’s a slim chance this could be the new Realme Q phone. We’ll just have to wait for more details.


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