The Realme 1, the first device from Oppo sub-brand Realme, has today been launched in India. The device will go on sale as an Amazon.in exclusive at noon on May 25.
The handset is coming in three flavors: there’s a 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM variant for 13,990 rupees, a 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM version for 10,990 rupees, and a 3GB RAM + 32 GB ROM model arriving at 8,990 rupees.
At launch, only the 6GB version will be available, however, with the others set to arrive after its first month on sale.
The handset has stood out among recent smartphone launches as it’s the first effort from a new company and houses an eye-catching, diamond-like pattern on its rear. Other specs include a 6-inch, 2160 x 1080 resolution screen, Helio P60 chip, and 3,410mAh battery.
We’ve already had a chance to take the device for a test drive and you can check out our hands-on Realme 1 review at the link.
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