Realme 10 Pro+ Price in India Teased To Be Under Rs 25,000

Realme 10 Pro series is set to debut in the global and Indian market on December 8th. The smartphones were launched in China last week and the brand sold 2,00,000 units of the Pro and Pro+ model in the first sale. The global and Indian variants are expected to come with the same specifications as their Chinese counterpart. Now Realme Vice President Madhav Sheth has shared a cryptic meme teaser of the Realme 10 Pro series. 

The latest teaser spills some information about the pricing of the upcoming Realme 10 Pro+. In the video, Sheth is seen discussing about democratizing curved display with another executive which is potentially the Realme 10 Pro+. In the background, two people from the Product team are seen figuring out how to fit it under Rs 25,000 price segment. It remains to be seen whether the teased pricing details are inclusive of bank offers and discounts on the upcoming smartphone. If the Realme 10 Pro+ indeed arrives under Rs 30,000, it will be the first smartphone to sport a curved display in the price bracket. A curved screen is mostly found on flagship phones priced above Rs 50,000.

In China, the Realme 10 Pro+ carries a starting price tag of RMB 1,699 (~Rs 19,400) for the base model.

The Realme 10 Pro series will feature a 6.7-inch FHD+ display with a centre-aligned punch-hole cutout and a 120Hz refresh rate. The Realme 10 Pro has an LCD flat screen, whereas the Pro+ model features curved edges along with an OLED panel and an integrated fingerprint scanner. The Realme 10 Pro duo sport a gradient back panel design with two traditional camera rings. Both smartphones have a 108MP main sensor paired with a 2MP macro lens. The Pro+ variant features an 8MP ultra-wide-angle snapper. 

Under the hood, the Realme 10 Pro is equipped with a Snapdragon 695 SoC, whereas the Pro+ model is powered by a Dimensity 1080 processor. The Pro duo pack up to 12GB RAM and up to 256GB native storage. They are backed by a 5,000mAh battery unit with the Pro and Pro+ variants supporting 33W and 67W charging.



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