Realme seems to be the ultimate future in the Indian market. From low range to premium, flagship mobiles, Realme provides them all. The outstanding design qualities and high range specifications are more than what one could dream of owning. Realme 5 Pro was one of the best launches from the brand.
Realme 5 Pro is a mid-range beast that was released in August 2019. The current price of the device is Rs. 11,999 and is available in Crystal Green and Crystal Blue.
The Realme 5 Pro shows some spectacular specs. The device is equipped with a quad-camera setup at the rear end where 48MP is the primary sensor, 8MP for wide-angle, 2MP for macro and 2MP for depth. The front camera is a 16MP selfie shooter and the overall quality is excellent.
The device is available in four variants- 64GB 4GB RAM, 64GB 6GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM and 128GB 8GB RAM. The device is powered by an excellent Snapdragon 712, that supports gaming, streaming, and multi-tasking with ease. The battery back is a sufficient 4035mAh, with a fast charger supporting capacity.
Details about Android 10 rollout-
Realme has always been successful in giving out updates at the right time. The details about the Android 10 update was officially announced while the roadmap was released, but there seems to be some alteration in the rollout process. The official Realme took to its Twitter page and announced that the Realme 5 Pro will not receive an Android 10 Beta.
Hold your breath, it’s not over yet! the Realme 5 Pro will directly receive the official, stable version of Android 10 OS. The stable version for the Realme 5 Pro will roll out at the end of February or the first week of March. Rest assured, stay tuned to receive more frequent updates related to similar topics. Also, share this story with all those who are waiting for the update!
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