It was already known that the Realme 11 series will be released next month and now we have the official launch date. May 10th it is, just one day after Xiaomi unveiled the new Poco F5 and Poco F5 Pro. Realme has confirmed the date via the Chinese social media platform Weibo. This means that the new Realme phones will first launch in China before going on a world tour later this year.
The Realme 11 5G has also now been certified by the Chinese 3C authority, which has confirmed a charging speed of 33 watts. The certified device with model code RMX3751 supports VOOC 4.0 chargers with 11 volts at 3 amps. This also fits various Realme 10 variants.
Realme 11 Pro sticks with the curved edge display
In addition to the entry-level model, a Realme 11 Pro and a Pro+ should also be on the stage. And in addition to significantly higher loading speeds, displays with curved sides should also be on board. Xu Qi Chase, VP at Realme, shared an image of the Pro version next to the GT Neo5 and GT Neo5 SE, showing exactly this curved display.
The curved sides of the AMOLED screen aren’t new to the series. Last year’s Realme 10 Pro and 10 Pro+ both had curved displays. The diagonal is should also remain at 6.7 inches and the refresh rate at 120Hz, just like last year. Also, the chipsets are already known – the Realme 11 Pro and Pro+ will be powered by the yet to be announced new Dimensity 7000 processors with 2.6GHz prime cores. Finally, the Plus version will get a powerful 200-megapixel main camera.