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Realme May Soon Launch These 5 Phones in India: Realme 6 Series, Realme C3, C3s & Realme U2

After having an eventful 2019, Realme might be even more active in 2020. As per reports, the company has recently got five of its phones certified on different platforms. These phones with model numbers “RMX2020”, “RMX2025”, “RMX2030”, “RMX2040” and “RMX2061” are expected to be launched in India soon.

Realme recently launched its budget phone Realme 5i in India. The company is now planning to bring its Realme 6 series. Along with this series, the Realme C3 series and Realme U2 can also be launched in the first quarter of the year.

Let’s check out the details regarding upcoming Realme smartphones in India here.

Realme 6 Series

Realme 6 series has recently been spotted on the BIS certification site in India. Recently, Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro were also leaked via live images and retail packaging. According to the leaks, these phones could come with Penta rear cameras and a punch-hole selfie camera.

Realme 5 Pro

Furthermore, the Realme 6 series is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 710 processor which is better than the Snapdragon 665 chipset used in the Realme 5 series. Also, just like the Realme 5 Series, the Realme 6 series will also carry the same budget price range.

Realme C3 & C3s

The company will also expand its budget C series this year. As per rumors, Realme C3 and C3s will be launched in the C series.

Realme C3 has even received certification from Thailand’s NBTC website. As per the certification, the device will come with the model number RMX2020.

Both Realme C3 and C3s will use the same model number but there will be a few differences between them. No other information about the phone has been revealed through the certification.

Realme U2

Realme U1

Realme U2 is also expected to be one of the phones that received BIS certification in India. Any features or specs of Realme U2 has not been revealed yet. Realme U1 was launched back in 2018, so the company might be planning to revive this selfie-centric series in 2020.

Apart from these smartphones, the Chinese smartphone maker can also expand itself into the wearables segment. The company may soon launch its first fitness band. This fitness band has already been teased by the CEO and also been spotted on a certification website.


Satyendra Pal Singh

Satyendra explores the latest happenings in the tech world and writes stories about those. He likes to play around with the latest gadgets and shares his views through articles. In his free time, you can find him watching movies/TV shows and/or reading books.