Realme has surprised with the launch of Realme 6i in the Myanmar market. The company had unveiled a successor to the Realme 5i smartphone launched in India, back in January this year. While the Realme 5i had been considered as old wine in a new bottle, as it was a trimmed down version of Realme 5 of last year, this new Realme 6i smartphone comes as a surprise in the Mynnammar market. However, the Indian availability and launch of the new Realme 6i is yet to be known.
The Realme 6i similar to its predecessor packs in a 6.5-inches HD+ display, which is a full-screen display featuring a mini-drop notch. In terms of design, Realme has brought in Naoto Fukasawa, who had designed Realme X smartphones earlier, had now designed the new Reealme 6i as well that features similar design aesthetic. The design includes a vertical stripe design on the rear, which houses quad rear cameras and is available in White Milk and Green Tea colour variants. Also, the design on the back includes a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor as well.
The Realme 6i will be the world’s first smartphone to feature the new MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. It is an octa-core processor with Mali G52 GPU, which further claimes to achieve Anttutu scores reaching more than 2000K+, according to Realme. In terms of storage, the Realme 6i will be available in either 3GB/4GB of RAM coupled with 64GB or 128GB of internal storage respectively.
Along with the processor, the cameras on the Realme 6i also see a significant improvement when compared to its predecessor. The latest Realme 6i is equipped with quad cameras on the back, as suggested. Of which, the primary sensor is a 48MP AI-powered camera accompanied by an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera that has a 119-degree fov. Also, the rear cameras include a 2MP macro (4cm) and 2MP portrait cameras. On the front, the mini drop notch holds in a 16MP AI selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture. The selfie shooter additionally features AI Beauty and HDR modes as well.
The Realme 6i is powered by a massive 5000mAh battery capacity that further supports the company’s 18W Quick Charge support via USB Type-C. Lastly, the Realme 6i ships with Android 10-based realmeUI out-of-the-box.
As mentioned earlier, the Realme 6i is launched in Myanmar market with pricing starting from 2,49,900 MMK (Rs 12,900 approx) for the base 3GB+64GB variant. And the larger 4GB+128GB variant is priced at 2,99,900 MMK (Rs 15,500). The Realme 6i will be available for pre-pre order starting from 18th March to 26th March.