Realme’s Coca-Cola phone was recently spotted in a leaked render online and rumors of the handset have surfaced online over the last few days. The leaked image also gave enthusiasts a hint of the design of the purported smartphone, which has now been confirmed by Realme. The firm has teased the imminent launch of a new branded handset via its website. However, it is yet to reveal any details of the specifications and features of the Coca-Cola phone. It is tipped to make its debut as a rebranded Realme 10 4G.
A new landing page The Realme Coca-Cola special edition phone confirms that the company is working on a new branded phone. The page reads, “Realme is set to get really refreshing,” along with the outline of a phone that appears to be immersed in the popular beverage. However, the company hasn’t shared any details on the design and specifications of the phone. The design of the handset’s rear panel was recently leaked by tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) on Twitter.
The leaked image of the upcoming Coca-Cola phone shows the phone in a red colourway with dual camera sensors and an LED flash, and a volume rocker on the right edge. The phone is shown to feature a rounded edge and Coca-Cola branding on its back. While the specifications are still under wraps, the handset is tipped to be a Coca-Cola smartphone will be a rebranded Realme 10 4G.
The phone was launched last November. It sports a 6.4-inch full-HD+ AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection and a 90Hz refresh rate. The phone is powered by a MediaTek Helio G99 SoC onboard.
For optics, the packs a dual rear camera set up led by a 50-megapixel dual rear camera with an LED flash. The Realme handset also houses a 16-megapixel selfie shooter on the front. It has a 5,000mAh battery with 33W SuperVOOC fast charging support. For software support, it runs Android 12 out-of-the-box with the Realme UI 3.0 skin on top.
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