Realme 6i will have 4,300mAh battery and 30W Flash Charge support

Realme India tweeted about the battery capacity and the Flash charge support for the Realme 6i before 24th July launch at 12:30 PM. This smartphone will be available in Flipkart, and other offline retail stores. The company says Realme 6i will come with a huge 4,300mAh battery and will support 30W Flash Charge.

The Realme 6i will have a 90Hz ultra-smooth display and MediaTek Helio G90T processor. From the design of the smartphone, it is clear that the device will have a punch-hole cut display. There is no physical fingerprint sensor at the back of the smartphone, so it is possible that it will have an in-display or side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

The MediaTek Helio G90T is more advanced than the Helio G90 and the AnTuTu score of the processor sprints as high as 291,000+. From the listing, it is clear that the smartphone will be one of the best smartphones under Rs.15,000. So the price of Realme 6i will start from Rs.14,999.

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