Realme Q3s Launch on October, Come With Snapdragon 778G SoC

Realme Q3 is expected to be launching the X60 series of smartphones in India next month. The brand will have a digital launch, which means that a physical launch will follow soon after.

It is now being rumoured that Realme will launch a series of Q3 series smartphones on October 19, according to a report in the The Phone setter. That said, the listing on China’s official certification site for the device shows that the device is claimed to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC is manufactured by TSMC, which is also the same processor used for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series that will be launched on December 15.

That said, it is speculated that Realme’s Q-series smartphones will be fueled by the chip. The report also states that the upcoming Realme will be priced between Rs 15,000 and Rs 25,000.

Additionally, it will be backed by two batteries – 64 and 256W. Additionally, the reported Q3 series could also feature the same 120Hz refresh rate display found on the Realme 10 series of smartphones.

However, the launch date has not been disclosed and is in line with that on TSMC’s website. The launch of the smartphone series is also rumoured to take place in other regions.

Previously, Realme teased the launch of the device in a video on its website. The video shows a genuine-looking version of the new smartphone packing in the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC.

At the time, it was not clear if the phones will be launching in India or other regions. More details on the product are yet to be revealed, including the price. More updates on the launch and availability will be shared soon.

Meanwhile, the brand had last month teased the upcoming Realme Y20 smartphones.

The phone was shown with a 20-megapixel + AI Camera sensor and a 90Hz refresh rate display.

Additionally, the Realme Y20 and Y20 Pro will be released in the Rs 14,999 and Rs 19,999 price ranges respectively.

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