Ahead of the official launch of the realme 11 series, the company has gone ahead and posted full images of its upcoming top-tier device, the 11 Pro Plus. The images confirm the design we’ve previously seen in leaks on TENAA, with the phone rocking a gigantic circular camera island.
The brand also teased certain specs of the phone such as the camera, which will be using a 200MP sensor with OIS for its main camera. While it hasn’t been confirmed exactly which sensor it will be, it is speculated the 11 Pro Plus will likely be equipped with the Samsung ISOCELL HP3 sensor.
It seems the camera module on the back will have a total of three cameras, but realme has not yet revealed any details about the other two sensors. If rumours are to be believed, they will be an 8MP ultra-wide lens and a 2MP additional sensor.
The design shown is a dual-tone faux leather back panel with a lace-like strip, although it’s unknown if it will be offered in other colour options. Moreover, it seems that the frame will be gold-coloured and the 120Hz display will have curved edges. Earlier reports claim that it will sport a 6.7-inch 1080p 120Hz AMOLED display.
Other leaked specs that have not been confirmed yet include a 5,000mAh battery with two variants that will support 80W and 100W charging respectively. It will purportedly also come with up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, along with an unspecified MediaTek Dimensity 7000-series chipset.
realme has yet to confirm any details for the lower-end devices, namely the vanilla 11 and 11 Pro. The entire lineup will be unveiled on 10 May in China. As for a local release, realme Malaysia has teased that the two Pro models might be coming to our market but stopped short of revealing a launch date.
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