Realme is one of those brands that are actively working on their next flagship device. A few days back the company had confirmed that its next flagship is codenamed “Race” and it is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. This is surely the successor to the Realme X50 Pro 5G that launched earlier this year. Rumors say that this flagship product might be called X60 Pro 5G, but the commercial name of the product is still not confirmed. According to Mukul Sharma, the RMX3092 could be the Realme Race flagship device that is supposed to be launched early next year and it is one of those models that have been certified on the BIS website. It is also expected that this smartphone will come with 65W fast charging.
Rumors also state another name for this flagship i.e., Realme Ace because the company was reported to have taken up the Ace series from Oppo. But whatever the case may be, this device will be powered by the top-class Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset launched earlier this month. The smartphone will also feature an AMOLED screen with a high refresh rate, at least 64MP quad cameras on the back, and other high-grade technologies such as Dolby Atmos for sound. The upcoming flagships of other companies include Oppo Find X3, Xiaomi Mi 11, and OnePlus 9 next year, all powered by the latest Snapdragon 888 chipset except for Samsung who is likely to launch only Exynos-powered Galaxy S-series smartphones next year without the Qualcomm version.
The rumored Realme X60 Pro 5G will launch after the X7 series, sometime around early February could arrive around the same time as that of Oppo’s Find X3 and Xiaomi Mi 11 flagships. In the case of Realme, 2021 is going to be even more hectic. The company has officially confirmed that they are bringing the Realme X7 and X7 Pro smartphones to India next year as the affordable 5G smartphones. The company is also launching the new Watch S and Watch S Pro smartwatches in India on December 23 alongside the new version of Buds Air Pro which is called Buds Air Pro Master Edition (ME).