The Realme V23 has been spotted on a China Telecom listing, hinting at an imminent launch of the smartphone in the company’s home country. The listing shows renderings of the phone along with its key specs and starting price. The upcoming Realme V series phone will be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC. The Realme V23 has a waterdrop notch display and a dual rear camera setup with a 48MP primary sensor. The smartphone also lists a 5,000 mAh battery. The Realme V23 is expected to debut as the successor to the Realme V13 5G that was launched in China last March.
Realme V23 price (expected)
Realme V23 is listed on the China Telecom website with model number RMX3571. According to the list, first According to Nashville Chatter, the Realme V23 will come with two RAM and storage configurations – 8GB + 256GB and 12GB + 256GB. The base model of the phone will debut at CNY 1,699 (roughly Rs. 20,200). The phone is shown in Glazed White and Gravel Black color options (translated).
The previous Realme V13 5G was released in March last year, priced at 1,599 Yuan (roughly Rs. 17,900) for the 8GB + 128GB storage variant. There is also an 8GB + 256GB storage model priced at CNY 1,799 (roughly Rs. 20,100).
Specifications Realme V23 (expected)
According to the listing, the upcoming Realme smartphone will run ColorOS 12 based on Android 12. It is expected to come with a 6.58-inch IPS LCD display (2408×1080 pixels). The display also has a waterdrop notch. The processor on the list is codenamed MT6833P, which is associated with the MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC. The Realme V23 processor can be paired with 12GB of RAM and a maximum storage of 256GB.
The listing suggests the Realme V23 dual rear camera setup, consisting of a 48MP main camera and a 2MP sensor. For selfies, it can pack an 8-megapixel sensor on the front. The Realme V23 is expected to come with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for authentication. According to the listing, the Realme V23 will offer a 5,000mAh battery.
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