Realme might be working on a Snapdragon 855 Plus phone too

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Qualcomm introduced its Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset the day gone by, making for a slight development over the usual Snapdragon 855. We’ve already heard that the Asus ROG Phone 2 will be offering the processor, however it seems like historically finances participant Realme can have hinted at its long term plans too.

The corporate took to its Weibo account to retweet (or is it reweibo?) Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus submit. “Hello, Snapdragon 855+,” Realme added to its shared submit.

A Realme post on Weibo, referencing the Snapdragon 855 Plus. Realme/Weibo

This may simply be a case of Realme welcoming the brand new addition to Qualcomm’s portfolio, however why point out the chipset if you don’t have any plans for any gadgets with it? Imagine if Samsung discussed a newly introduced processor on Twitter and wasn’t making plans to provide a instrument with the chipset.

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In any match, we all know Realme is working on no less than one relatively state of the art smartphone. CEO Madhav Sheth teased a quad-camera phone with a 64MP number one digicam remaining month, so that is one attainable candidate for the brand new chipset. The corporate has additionally showed plans for a 5G instrument, however it’s unclear if that is a variant of the aforementioned quad digicam phone or one thing utterly other.

The indisputable fact that Realme used Weibo relatively than Facebook or Twitter to say the processor means that lets be having a look at a China-only release to start with if a Snapdragon 855 Plus instrument is within the works. But the Realme X used to be a China-first phone and it’s since landed in India, so there’s nonetheless hope for enthusiasts in need of an inexpensive flagship (if they’re certainly the usage of high-end silicon).

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