Earlier this week, Realme teased a new smartphone line, the V series, beginning with a phone that will feature a punch-hole display and 5G connectivity. And now the company has revealed the phone’s official name: the Realme V5.
Besides the 5G modem and display design, the Realme V5 is also confirmed via official teaser images on Weibo to have a four-camera setup at the back, with the lens positioned in an upside-down L form.
The power button, which also functions as a fingerprint reader, is located on the right side of the phone, while the volume buttons and SIM card slot are on the left.
Other hardware specs, such as the processor and RAM, are yet to be revealed. There’s a rumor that the Realme V5 could be the first in the company to feature UltraDART Flash Charging to address the 5G connectivity apparently being a major source of battery drain.