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Realme V15 live shot leaked before unveil event


Last year, Realme introduced the V-lineup in China by announcing the Realme V3 and Realme V5 smartphones. The Chinese firm has recently confirmed that it will be launching the Realme V15 phone on Jan. 7. The company also shared a couple of renders of the phone to reveal that its colorful rear design is inspired by ornamental Koi fish. Today, a tipster from China shared a live shot of the Crescent Silver edition of the Realme V15.

The silver variant of the Realme V15 wears a very sleek and sophisticated appeal. Probably, the smartphone features a glass panel on its rear. The edges of the rear shell are cured towards the left and right edges.

A rectangle-shaped camera module with three cameras and an LED flash can be seen at the upper-left corner. It is fitted with a 64-megpaixel primary camera. At the bottom, it features a speaker grille and a USB-C port. Neither the rear shell nor the edge of the phone features a fingerprint sensor.

Realme V15 black


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Previous reports have revealed that the Realme V15 has a punch-hole display. It could be an OLED panel integrated with a fingerprint reader. Rumors have it that the phone will draw power from the Dimensity 800U chipset. The device is expected to arrive with support for 50W fast charging. Reports have revealed that it has a thickness of only 8.1mma and it weighs 176 grams.


Realme China President Xu Qi revealed through a recent Weibo post that the company will continue to launch the Realme V3 series and V5 lineup devices in the future. The Realme V5 is the first-generation V5 handset and the upcoming Realme V15 is it’s second-generation. After the V15, it will be launching the Realme V25 in the future. In the same way, the Realme V3 lineup includes Realme V3, Realme V13, and Realme V23, and so on. While the V5 series will be costing between 1,500 Yuan (~$232) and 2,000 Yuan (~$309) and the V3 lineup will be priced between 1,000 Yuan (~$15) and 1,500 (~$232).

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