Want to watch the Realme 8 launch live in India? It is difficult to imagine that Realme was produced in 2018. In the ultra-competitive smartphone industry, the business quickly gained a reputation, particularly after expanding to western markets a year later. Perhaps we oughtn’t to be surprised. Realme’s creator worked previously in Oppo, both of which worked for Chinese BBK. This is the same company that owns OnePlus, Vivo, and iQOO mobile companies.
During the past three years, Realme has launched an unbelievable number of phones, but Realme 7 and 7 Pro are perhaps the best-known. Those phones started just last October, but we expect their successors this month already. Here is all about the launch case that you need to read.
When is the Realme 8 launch in India?
On 24 March 2021 in India, the Realme 8 series was announced for launch. This is 7.30 p.m. in the UK, or 14 p.m. Realme’s sponsorship of the event in the United Kingdom concentrated on 8 Pro, making it the only one that first came to Western markets.
How to watch the Realme 8 launch live in India
Realme will be on its official YouTube channel live streaming the launch event. Click on the link at the top of the page to continue streaming, or if you would like, go to YouTube.
This event probably focuses on 8 Pro. If you would like to learn about the standard edition, head for the Realme India channel.
What to expect from the Realme 8 and 8 Pro
Realme has already teased the upcoming mobile phones thoroughly, so what to think is quite a clear idea. The first big picture is the event’s slogan: ‘108Mp. This means that cameras are mostly oriented, but only for the Pro model, the 108Mp main lens applies. See our separate Realme 8 Pro cameras article for more.
This is probably the 8 Pro, with talk of a 64Mp key snapper on the standard one. The MediaTek Helio G95 with a 5000mAh battery and 30W wired charging is supposed to also be powered – these are similar specifications to the Realme 7. The 6.4in can switch from LCD to OLED, but the refresh rate would be reduced to 60 Hz – whether the Pro model is now moving to 90Hz or higher is unclear.
A smaller 4500mAh battery is another key rumored disparity in the 8 Pro, but it is offset by quicker charging of 65W wired connections. The 8 Pro can weigh 176g and are 8.1mm thick, making them both smaller than previous Pro versions, has also been confirmed by Realme UK website.
There is also a possibility that 5G is used, without the assistance of any handset of the 7 series. See our complete guide to the Realme 8 series for more information.