After unveiling Realme 5i just two months ago, Realme has quickly arrived with its successor, the Realme 6i. It brings Helio G80 chipset, making it the first smartphone to have the SoC.
The phone’s screen measures 6.5-inch in size with HD+ resolution as well as the punch hole at the top that holds a 16MP selfie camera — double than the one on the Realme 5i.
Realme 6i’s back, designed by Naoto Fukasawa, has a quad-camera setup out of which the main one is a 48MP sensor — a significant upgrade from 5i’s 12MP. The rest are 8MP ultrawide, 2MP portrait, and 2MP dedicated macro lens. The back also sees a fingerprint scanner for biometrics.
Inside, it packs the 5,000mAh battery with reverse wired charging support, alike the Realme 5i, but this one carries the power at up to 18W through a Type-C port, unlike the Realme 5i with microUSB port.
The Realme 6i runs on Android 10 out of the box with Realme UI and has two memory configurations: 3/64GB and 4/128GB.
Pricing wise, the 3/64GB will cost KS249,900 (~$180), while the 4/128GB will go for KS299,900 (~$215). The phone will go on sale starting March 29 with pre-orders beginning from March 18 in Myanmar. However, there’s no word of availability of the device in Nepal, but we expect it to arrive within a month or two, if not later.