As the government lifts restrictions on importing cellphones over US$300, the Nepalese gadget market is seeing the gradual launch of new cellphones and major smartphone brands preparing to launch the latest models.
Realme, one of the fastest growing tech brands in the world, has become the first company to launch a flagship phone after import restrictions were lifted. The Chinese brand announced on Tuesday the launch of Realme 10 Pro+5G, the best premium mid-range smartphone with a curved viewing display. The Realme 10 Pro was launched in India on December 8 after being unveiled in China in November.
The Realme 10 Pro+5G is the segment’s first flagship smartphone to come with a 120Hz Curved Vision display. The smartphone is only 2.33 mm thin and has the narrowest bottom edge of a smartphone with a curved display with a screen-to-body ratio of 93.65 percent. It is the world’s first OLED display to receive Flicker Free Certificate from TÜV Rheinland.
The phone features an attractive hyperspace design with an ultra-light body that weighs just 173 grams and packs a 5,000 mAh battery that can charge the smartphone up to 50 percent in just 17 minutes. The smartphone is powered by a Dimensity 1080 5G chipset with a highly efficient 6nm TSMC processor with a 5,20,000 AnTuTu benchmark.
Realme has used a custom 0.65mm thick secondary-tempered high-strength glass for durability and claims it’s drop-resistant, passing the industry’s rigorous 1-meter drop test.
Equipped with a top-of-the-line 108MP ProLight camera with Nonapixel Plus technology, the phone offers features like Super Group Portrait, One Take and Street Photography Mode 3.0 with watermark to capture stunning photos. The primary sensor is upgraded from 50MP to 108MP, while the 8MP ultrawide and 2MP macro lenses remain unchanged.
“We are very excited to introduce the newest member of the 10 Pro series, the Realme 10 Pro+5G. This is the first smartphone in the segment to come with a flagship-level Curved Vision Display,” said Munish Giri, Country Head of realme Nepal.
The phone comes in Hyperspace Gold color with a storage option of 8GB + 128GB and is priced at Rs. 45,999. The phone will be available across Nepal from December 24th.
Realme ranks as the #6 global smartphone brand in Q2 2021 with a smartphone portfolio ranging from entry-level to flagship, including GT Series, Number Series, Narzo Series and C Series.