Realme Q5 teased with faster charging, Q5 Pro x Vans version leaks. The Realme Q2 series reached 1 million sales just seven months after the series’ launch. At the same time, the Q3 model was introduced. one year later, the Q3 phones had reached 2 million in sales. What’s next? Realme CMO Xu Qi Chase has teased the release of Q5 via Weibo (skipping the fourth number obviously).
The teaser appears under the announcement about sales of 2 million and promises “new exciting flash charging features”. The lower row includes 30W, 65W, and a question mark. The latter is likely to be filled with 80W. This is the expected charging rate for the Realme Q5 Pro, which will come with a battery of 5,000 mAh.
This is in line with one of the settings of GT Neo3. GT Neo3. This is the Realme Q5 Pro will be the more affordable model from the Neo. It’s anticipated to come with an 6.62″ AMOLED panel (1,080 x 2,400 pixels) that has a 120 refresh rate and HDR10and certification. It is powered by a Snapdragon 870, which is paired by 8/12GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128/256GB in UFS 3.1 storage.Additional expected specs include a 64-megapixel main camera located on its rear side, an 8MP ultra wide-angle camera (119deg) and two MP macro camera.
Realme Q5 teased with faster charging, Q5 Pro x Vans version leaks
On the front, there is a 16-megapixel selfie camera as well as an integrated fingerprint reader. It will able to carry audio (no 3.5 millimeter jack from the sounds of it) However, it is Hi-Res Audio-certified. It will also come with stereo speakers that feature Dolby Atmos. These specifications may not be completely exact, but they’re a combination of TENAA list and rumors.
It believed that the Q5 Pro sounds a lot like the GT Neo2 with faster charging (up from 65W). A special version is also available. Realme Q5 Pro leaked early as a collaboration with Vans which will transform the popular checkerboard pattern from shoes and will look like glass. It’s an image of a promotional poster being created in Photoshop and the design may not finalized.
This poster is in line with the phone design that seen on TENAA featuring three cameras arranged in a triangle, and two separate LED flashes which is also a nod back to GT Neo2. The Realme Q5 will revealed in the near future, as it expected to launch at the end of this month.