Powered by MediaTek’s efficient, yet powerful, Dimensity 700 5G chipset, the latest addition to the TCL family makes 5G accessible to all.
It seems Realme has got some competition, with the UK launch of the Poco M3 Pro 5G. On paper it has near-identical specs to the recently launched Realme 8 5G.
Last year, Realme added a 5G model to the Realme 7 series after the initial launch of the series. Now it has done the same again with the Realme 8 5G.
The full range of Realme’s 8 series will soon be available in the UK, after the launch of the new 5G addition this morning.
The Realme 8 series is about to get a 5G upgrade, with the new Realme 8 5G getting a global debut next week. It will be the first phone to use MediaTek’s Dimensity 700 5G chipset.
MediaTek Summit sees launch of highly affordable new 5G chipset, plus new SoCs for next-gen Chromebooks
MediaTek’s Summit took place today, which saw two big new announcements from a chipset maker not everyone may know much about. Despite MediaTek having ARM-based chipsets in a myriad of products, from phones and laptops, smart bulbs and soundbars, TVs and set top boxes, to wearables and Wi-Fi routers, it’s… [Click for more]