Realme today announced on their Weibo profile that the new Realme 11 series will be officially launched in May. The various models appear to be coming to China first. The accompanying teaser shows a fairly large, circular camera module on the back.
While the teaser does not reveal any technical data, a new TENAA certification has appeared on the one hand and the well-known tipster Digital Chat Station has spoken on the other. According to DCS, a new chipset from the MediaTek Dimensity 7xx series with a 2.6 GHz main core will power the Realme 11 series.
The Realme 11 Pro+ is also said to come with a 6.7-inch curved AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080p. The main camera uses a 200-megapixel sensor that is said to be 1/1.4-inch. That would point pretty clearly to the Samsung ISOCELL HP3 chip. The HP3 has fairly small pixels and was originally planned for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Instead, it ended up being the more powerful HP2. The ultrawide camera, on the other hand, has to make do with a modest 8 megapixel sensor. Realme also installs a 2 megapixel additional sensor.
The TENAA, on the other hand, has revealed two charging variants of the Realme 11 Pro+, among other things. Both have 5,000 mAh batteries that charge with either 80 or 100 watts. There is also up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of storage on board. Nevertheless, the Realme smartphone should only weigh 183 grams.