Bug today introduced the first three Realme brand phones to be sold in Israel. The actual launch comes about three weeks after it revealed that it had signed an exclusive import agreement with the company.
The initial list includes two 6 Series devices, launched around the world three months ago, and the X3 SuperZoom, introduced last month . They will first be sold in the bug and then in the other stores, with the warranty and repairs provided by Pelephone.
Realme 6 and Realme 6 Plus are mid-market devices that offer some advanced features at relatively low prices. Both come with 90Hz refresh rate IPS screens and FHD + resolution, 2 SIM support and simultaneous microSD memory expansion card, multi-camera photo arrays, fingerprint readers located inside the device’s power buttons, and 4,300 milligrams / hour batteries. Rapid charging in the FlashCharge 30W standard of Oppo – the parent company – which guarantees the company only charges from 0% to 100% per hour.
Realme 6 offers a 6.5-inch screen with a Gorilla Glass 3 coating and inside it a 16-pixel sensor front camera. The rear camera includes a Samsung 64-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel 119-megapixel camera, a 2-megapixel macro that supports 4cm-wide photography and a black-and-white depth camera. White with 2 megapixel sensor. The device runs the Realme UI interface on Android 10’s MediaTek Helio G90T operating system with 8 cores up to 2.05 GHz and will be sold in Israel with a 4 GB working memory And 128GB of storage at a cost of NIS 999.
Realme 6 Pro – a little bigger
The Realme 6 Pro has a slightly larger 6.6-inch screen. It is coated with Gorilla Glass 5, widened in its head and includes two Sony cameras – the main 16-megapixel second with a 105-degree wide lens for group photos at the 8-megapixel diagnosis. The back is also covered with Gorilla Glass 5, and its camera set includes a 64-megapixel camera, a 119-degree wide-field camera, a 12-megapixel camera with a hybrid zoom mechanism up to 20x, and a 2-megapixel field depth camera. The processor in this case is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 720G, which has 8 cores up to 2.3 GHz produced in the 8 nm process. It will be sold in Israel in a version with 8 GB working memory and 128 GB storage at a cost of NIS 1,299.
The most expensive device featuring a bug for now is Realme X3 SuperZoom. It looks quite similar to the Realme 6 Pro but includes a number of enhancements. The first is the photo sets. The rear zoom camera is equipped with a smaller 8 megapixel sensor, but it has a periscope mechanism that adds a hybrid zoom up to 60x. The main camera is equipped with a larger 32-megapixel sensor on the X3. The screen has been upgraded to a refresh rate of 120 Hz, the processor is a Snapdragon 855 Plus with 8 cores up to 2.96 GHz produced in 7mm lithography, and the storage memory has been upgraded to UFS3.0 standard – compared to UFS2.1 in others. Amps / hour, but offers DartCharge 4.0 support that guarantees charging from 0% to 100% in 55 minutes or from 0 to 70% in half an hour.The phone also has a liquid cooling system and will be sold in Israel in a working memory version 12 gigabytes and 256 gigabytes at NIS 1,999.