Earlier this month, we learned that Realme is working on a new phone called the Realme Race (RMX2202). The phone is expected with a Snapdragon 888 chipset, 256GB of storage, and will use Android 11 with a Realme UI 2.0 interface. We have now received official confirmation that Race is just a code name, and the phone will be part of the new series.
The information was announced by Xu Qi Chase, vice president of Realme, who also confirmed that the phone arrives with a Snapdragon 888 chipset, and will be introduced during 2021.
Chase did not announce when the phone will be released exactly, nor did it offer information about its other specifications. However, a reliable pager has released a new photo of the Realme race model, which detects a three-camera system, along with a 64MP main sensor. The back has a leathery texture.
It is not known whether the phone from the photo is Realme Race or it is a special edition of the phone, considering that a photo showing Race with four cameras within the round module appeared earlier.