Realme has introduced the Realme 10 5G. Today, this company will announce the 4G version. As usual, more than just the chipset and connectivity features separate these two models; in fact, they have as many differences as they do similarities.
As you can see in the renders below, they certainly look similar enough. But if you could put them side by side, you would notice that the 4G model has a smaller 6.4” AMOLED display versus the 6.7” LCD of the 5G model (the previous generation had 6.4” AMOLED on the 4G and 6.6” LCD on the 5G models).
Flip them around, and you will notice more differences – a 50MP main camera instead of the 108MP module (presumably still with OIS). There is a second camera module on here, but there is no information on it. With the Realme 9 series, the 4G model had an ultra-wide lens, but the 5G one did not (the Realme 10 5G will not either).
While looking at the back, the Realme 10 will come in at least two colorways: Pink and Grey (though the renders show that the color names are more evocative than an accurate description).
The similarity between both models is the same battery capacity with its 5,000mAh capacity. It will charge at 33W, the same as the 5G model.
The chipset is different. Of course, Geekbench revealed it to be a MediaTek Helio G99. The unit being tested had 8GB of RAM, storage capacity should be 128GB, and there should be a MicroSD slot to boot).
The Realme 10 series will be available in China in the first week of November, and it will consist of the 10 (both 4G and 5G versions), a Realme 10 Pro, and Pro+ (and possibly additional models down the line).