The Chinese technological giant Realme’s first laptop will reportedly be named Realme Book. Ahead of its launch, glimpses of the Realme Book have leaked online which give an idea of what to expect from the forthcoming product. Steve H. McFly (aka @OnLeaks) collaborated with GizNext to release renders and a 360-degree video of the Realme Book. The Realme laptop seems to borrow its design cues from the Apple MacBook. This forerunner smart device is expected to land in the market by the end of August. However, this information is yet to be ensured by the multinational tech firm. This upcoming flagship smart gadget is rumored to start under Rs. 40,000.
In terms of specifications, the Realme Book is supposed to feature a 14-inch FHD anti-glare 1080p LED display with a resolution of (1920 X 1080) pixels. The smart gadget will undoubtedly come pre-installed with Windows 10 OS, though the company confirmed that the laptop would have an update to Windows 11 later this year. The Realme Book measures 307x229x16mm (12.08×9.01×0.62 inches) in dimensions, weighs 1.5kg and will be available in sole color option i.e. silver.
This forthcoming laptop from Realme is expected to be powered by an 11th generation Intel Core i3 processor. The power button, at the upper right corner of the keyboard, is claimed to have a fingerprint scanner. USB Type-C, USB Type-A, and a microphone-headphone combination port are all expected to come incorporated with the flagship device. The headphone jack included in the device measures 3.5mm. The Realme laptop will supposedly come with multiple RAM and SSD options.
We are thrilled to see the huge interest among fans and the media fraternity. Realme is always a brand focusing on youth like college students and young professionals, and developing products for them, similarly for the laptop.Madhav Sheth, CEO, Realme
Just a month ago, Realme had launched a new phone extending the range of the Realme C-series named Realme C11 2021. The handset is available at a price of Rs. 6,999 on Realme’s official website, e-commerce giant Amazon, and the other mainline channels.