Realme CMO, Xu Qi Chase, has teased the arrival of a new Q-series smartphone through a Weibo post. He also shared the images of this new Q-series smartphone that shows a large-sized “Dare To Leap” texture on the back and a quad-camera setup also.
The setup consists of a 48-megapixel main camera while details about the secondary cameras are unknown. Past leaks point to the arrival of Realme Q2, so this new Q-series device is likely to be the upcoming Realme Q2. Official renders show the power button on the right and the volume rockers on the left.
The phone is most likely to feature an in-display fingerprint scanner that means an OLED display. A popular Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station believes that Realme Q2 is a series that consists of Realme Q2 and Q2 Pro.
Further, he mentions that both the device will feature MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset and supports 65W fast charging. The regular Q2 might come with a 120Hz LCD display whereas the Pro model may feature a 60Hz OLED display. The handset is expected to arrive on October 13 in China.