Smartphone makers continue to include larger battery capacities to their devices as the years progress. Realme is one such company that is planning to enter the fray by introducing its first smartphone equipped with a 6000mAh battery to compete against rivals such as the Samsung Galaxy M31.
Realme Indonesia marketing director Palson Yi took to Instagram to tease fans of a new smartphone. But other than revealing the phone’s staggering battery capacity, not much else is known about it. Yi promises that more information will be revealed soon.
Interestingly, sources have pointed out that a Realme smartphone equipped with a 6000mAh battery had received TUV Rheinland’s certification back in May. The device is listed as BLP793, but no other information was provided apart from its battery size. Most of its specifications are mostly speculated so far, with some suggesting that the phone could feature a MediaTek Helio chipset to keep its price competitive.
Since no expected date was provided by Palson Yi, those who are looking forward to the unveiling of this new device may need to wait for an announcement from the company. This may take days or even weeks from now, so do stay tuned to our website for any new information regarding this new 6000mAh equipped Realme smartphone.
(Source: Palson Yi [Instagram])