Realme 6 Retail Box Leaked: Penta-Lens Cameras, SD 710 SoC Tipped


Realme seems to have started working on its next flagship series dubbed Realme 6. The upcoming lineup will be introduced as a successor to the Realme 5 series that debuted earlier this year with a quad-camera setup. The latest development comes following the launch of the Realme X2 Pro which is the company's first value flagship smartphone.

Realme 6 Retail Box Leaked: Penta-Lens Cameras, SD 710 SoC Tipped


Realme 6 Retail Box Leaks Online

The Realme 6's first set of leaks come via courtesy of Slashleaks where the publication has shared the leaked retail box. The leaked image shows the name of the device, i.e, Realme 6, inscribed in big letters on the top of the box.

The leaked retail box image also sheds light on the possible hardware the device might offer. The device is tipped to come with a penta-lens rear camera module. If this is true, then it will be the first device in Realme's portfolio to offer a penta-lens camera setup.

To recall, both Realme 5 and the Realme 5 Pro sport a quad-rear camera module and were the first Realme smartphones to do so. It is worth mentioning that the company is said to bring the Realme 6 Pro as well.

The other feature tipped by the leaked retail box image is the Snapdragon 710 chipset. Notably, the company has used a Snapdragon 712 chipset on the Realme 5 Pro. So, it is not clear why Realme would go for a less-powered chipset on the Realme 6.

But, considering that it's a leak, it wouldn't be surprising if the device launches with a different chipset. We are waiting for some more information to surface on the device and likely will get additional details in the coming days.

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