Realme 6 and 6 Pro tipped to be priced at Rs 9,999 and Rs 13,999

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Realme is gearing to announce its next generation (opens in new tab) of mid-range smartphones in India, the Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro. While the company is leaving no stones unturned in creating hype for the two phones ahead of its official launch on March 5, a new report (opens in new tab) states that the price of the Realme 6 could start at Rs 9,999 while the Realme 6 Pro could go on sale starting at Rs 13,999, on March 15.

Both the phones are also up for pre-booking for people who buy into the marketing hype at an advance payment of Rs 1,000. Pre-booking ensures that you don't have to go through the tiresome flash sale, that more often than not, goes in vain.

The report also gives us a glimpse at how the two phones look from the front, with Realme 6 expected to have a single punch-hole cutout while the 6 Pro is set to feature dual punch-hole cutout. Let's take a look at the rumoured specifications of both the phones.


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Realme 6 and 6 Pro leaked specifications

Realme 6 Pro is confirmed to feature a Full HD+, 90Hz high refresh rate screen, however, the same cannot be said about the more affordable Realme 6. The 6 Pro is also said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chip whereas the Realme 6 could have MediaTek Helio P90 onboard. The phones will run Realme UI 1.0 out-of-the-box.

Both the phones have punch-hole cutouts on the front for selfie cameras, however, in the case of 6 Pro, there are two front-facing snappers.

Realme 6 series will come with quad cameras consisting of a primary 64MP primary sensor, an ultra-wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, and a macro camera. The phones also support 30W fast charging via USB Type-C.

The expected pricing of Realme 6 falls in line with the launch prices of last year's Realme 5 series. Realme will also announce their first wearable product, the Realme Band alongside the phones on March 5.

Siddharth Chauhan
Siddharth Chauhan is the Consumer Technology Reporter at Digit India. He used to work as an Assistant Editor at TechRadar India