- Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro have been teased to launch in India soon.
- Madhav Sheth said on Twitter he was busy making 2 new smartphones.
- Realme 7 series could have 65W fast charging on a 4450mAh battery.
Realme 7 Pro and Realme 7 are coming to India soon. Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has started teasing the series on Twitter about the same time when Realme 7 rumours are emerging abundantly. Realme 7 series has been a well-kept secret so far that not even the tipsters could hear. Which is why the only thing we know is that there could be 65W fast charging on a 4450mAh battery on the Realme 7 Pro. But there is a certain hint that could tell us about the display on these smartphones.
Prior to dropping the big announcement, although, in a cryptic manner, Sheth had run a poll on Twitter. He asked his followers whether they would like having an AMOLED display with a low refresh rate or an LCD one with a higher refresh rate. People chose the first option more, and this could be our hint to figure there could be an AMOLED display on the Realme 7 series smartphones. But I am still not sure about the refresh rate though. Realme 6 has 90Hz displays across the range, so it might be a downgrade to not give that feature on a successor series.
Realme's Sheth also changed his name on Twitter to include "Faster7". If it was not clear, the "Faster7" hints at the Realme 7 series that is going to be faster. I am not sure what smartphone (or processor) the Realme 7 series is being compared with but it is definitely going to be faster than the Realme 6 series. We learnt a few days back there will be only an LTE chipset inside the smartphones, so there is no way you are getting 5G on Realme 7 smartphones. But that is not a bad thing since there is no 5G in India anyway.
Interestingly, Realme 6 series was originally launched back in March in India with just two smartphones. It was last month that Realme launched the third one, Realme 6i to the series. I asked Sheth a few weeks back whether there will be more Realme 6 series smartphones, to which he clearly said a no. Realme is now ready with Realme 7 series in about six months from the Realme 6's launch, which tells about how bullish the Chinese manufacturers are in the market. There is only a short window between their previous and their next launches. Realme 7 series is also expected to have three smartphones, the vanilla Realme 7, Realme 7 Pro, and the Realme 7i -- the last one might launch a little later.