The Oppo Realme 1 will be available in three RAM/storage variants, namely 3GB/32GB priced at Rs 8,990, a 4GB/64GB variant retailing for Rs 10,9990 and a premium 6GB/128GB option which costs Rs 13,990. The first smartphone under the series is Realme 1 which goes on sale on May 25. The e-commerce platform already has a dedicated page live for the same.
Realme 1 runs on ColorOS 5.0 which is based on Android 8.1 Oreo. To see what the buzz is all about here's a look at the top features of Oppo Realme 1 smartphone. While the 4GB RAM with 64GB STorage will cost Rs 10990, the 6GB RAM will cost Rs 13990 with 128GB storage. The handset appears to include a metallic framework and a glistening back panel using triangular-cut, diamond designs. Here's everything you need to know about the Realme 1.
The first sale of the device will be conducted on May 25, noon onwards. Internal storage is also expandable memory up to 256GB with microSD card. There's a 3,140mAh battery optimised by AI Battery Management feature packed in the fibreglass body.
The device will be powered by MediaTek's Helio P60 which the company claims is the first smartphone powered by 12nm processor. The Chinese firm's Realme manufacturer is meant to get e-commerce, also will mostly offer smartphones into the Indian childhood costly involving the Rs. 10,000 into Rs. 20,000 scope, although more superior tablets will also be proposed.
As for Realme 1 launch offers, the smartphone is being offered with a 5 percent cashback on SBI cards, Jio benefits worth Rs. 4,850, a free case, and a free screen protector.
Complete specifications of the Realme 1 also leaked online a day ahead of its launch. The smartphone also offers Face Unlock (said to unlock the smartphone in 0.1 seconds), but it doesn't have a fingerprint sensor. The AI system understands your usage patterns and shuts down background apps in order to minimize the power consumption, thereby resulting into better performance. The front hosts an 8-megapixel selfie sensor with portrait mode. The front camera has AI Beauty mode which is said to recognize 296 facial points based on gender to enhance selfies. In addition to Oppo, the retail devices are also filled with other offline-centric brands such as Vivo, Micromax, Lava or more recently, Nokia. The cameras have been kept basic with 13MP and 8MP units sitting at the rear and front surfaces, respectively.