New Realme phones unveiled to popularize 5G
Release time:2021-04-26
Realme unveils its latest 5G smartphone series, Q3, in China to popularize 5G. [Photo provided to]

Chinese smartphone vendor Realme unveiled its latest 5G smartphone series, Q3, in China, as part of its broader push to offer consumers more cost-effective devices.

Xu Qi, vice-president of Realme, said as the world's fastest-growing major smartphone brand, Realme maintains its growth momentum. Phones in the company's Q2 series have become the first models in the Chinese market that have sold more than 1 million units.

Xu said he hoped that as the successors of the Q2 series, the Q3 series smartphones, priced from 999 yuan ($153.9) in China, will continue strong sales momentum.

The Realme Q3 pro, the relatively expensive version in the Q3 series, is powered by chip company MediaTek's Dimensity 1100 chipset, and it features a 6.43-inch display, with a fingerprint reader built into the screen, and a triple camera on its back.