Next week, on November 17, Realme will launch the new 10 Pro+ model that has just passed through AnTuTu.
The passage through the platform ended up revealing some very desirable specifications, and its bold design with curved screen had already been revealed previously.
Realme 10 Pro+ with performance similar to its predecessor on the AnTuTu platform
The Realme 10 Pro+ performed similarly to the 9 Pro+ on the AnTuTu Cré[email protected] platform
It is next week, on November 17, that Realme will officially present its new smartphone 10 Pro+. After some promotional teasers that lifted the veil over the terminal a little, its passage through the AnTuTu platform gave some more details.
One of these is that the passage through the well-known benchmarking platform suggests that the Realme 10 Pro+ has a similar performance to its predecessor Realme 9 Pro+, and the score obtained by the new equipment reflects this.
The Realme 10 Pro+ achieved an overall score of 529,420 points while the previous model had also scored 505,000 points in the overall assessment. The GPU score is pretty much the same, but the CPU score has increased by 6,000 points with the new Realme 10 Pro+.
Expected specs on Realme 10 Pro+
Now let’s get to the specifications that we can expect to see in the new Realme terminal. Now the 10 Pro+ will be equipped with a curved screen, already shown in promotional teasers released by the company and which is characterized by its elegance and innovation in the brand’s terminals.
The same screen will have 6.7 inches as well as a Full HD resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Some rumors point to it also having the fingerprint sensor built into the panel.
Inside the equipment will be MediaTek’s Dimensity 1080 processor, paired with up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal storage capacity.
Highlight for the rear camera module that includes a super sensor with 108 megapixel resolution and optical image stabilization, aided by an eight megapixel ultrawide and a depth sensor with two megapixels.
It will run the Android 13 operating system and will also be powered by a robust 5,000 mAh battery. What remains to be revealed is the price at which it will hit the market, but over the next few days it is likely that this information will also be revealed.
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