Unreleased Realme Smartphone With Sleek Design Deconfirmed by Realme CMO

    Realme CMO Francis Wang is known for answering community questions and replying to fans on his Twitter, and this has resulted in some rather sad news. Earlier this year, we saw Weibo leaks circulating for a rather sleek looking Realme phone, but unfortunately while the device was at some point real, it’s now been cancelled.

    According to Francis, the reason as to why the device was cancelled was due to the design of the camera essentially compromising the battery significantly. These technological restrictions meant that the device and design had to be canned.

    While it’s a shame we won’t see this design come to light, the Realme CMO also claims that Realme will continue to push for stylish designs when it comes to their smartphones. Perhaps someday we’ll see something similar come out of the Realme stable, but for now we’ll have to keep waiting.

    READ NEXT: ZTE Axon 11 SE 5G Officially Launched, Brings 5G for $281!


    Share this story:

    Recent Articles

    Xiaomi Mi Multi-coil Fast Wireless Charging Pad Unboxing: A New Wireless Charging Pad That Charges Three Devices Simultaneously

    Xiaomi unveiled a slew of products during its Mega Launch event in March. Among other products, the company announced the Xiaomi Multi-Coil...

    Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro Unboxing: Xiaomi’s First TWS Headset With 40dB Active Noise Cancellation

    Xiaomi has launched its first flagship true wireless noise-canceling headset, dubbed the Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro. The company launched the new Flipbuds series...

    Realme C20A Launched with 5,000mAh Battery and Helio G35 SoC

    Realme on Tuesday launched the Realme C20A smartphone at an even in Bangladesh. It is an entry-level smartphone tossed with an...

    Oppo Reno6, Reno6 Pro, and Reno6 Pro+ Hardware and Other Specs Outed

    Oppo is expected to launch the upcoming Reno6 smartphone series soon in the Chinese market. Rumors have that the company will debut...

    Honor Tab X7 Unveiled in China Starting at ~$140

    The tablet market has been as silent as grave for the last couple of years, at least in the global market. Apart...

    Related Stories

    Stay on op - Ge the daily news in your inbox

    Share this story: