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Realme U1 with a double rear camera that was detected before November 28

The Realme U1 with a double rear camera was spotted before Nov. 2 ...

Realme will unveil its next device, Realme U1, on November 28th, but a week before the launch event, the smartphone has been found online. According to a report, Madhav Sheth, Managing Director of Realme India, broke while he clicked on a photo of the upcoming smartphone. The photo was first published by 91mobiles and later by the executive tweeted a picture that is a watermark "Shot on Realme U1 by Madhav Sheth". The technology platform claims that Sheth clicked on a self-service from the smartphone at Event Exhibition Tech Awards 2018 in Mumbai.

Realme recently announced that the Realme U1 will be the first smartphone to be powered by the MediaTek Helio P70 SoC. The device will be the fifth offer of the company in the Indian market (fourth after its split from Oppo's parent company), and will be a dedicated Amazon smartphone. For this, the online retailer has launched a dedicated microsite for the handset and reveals some information about the smartphone.

Realme claims that the Realme U1 will have "the most powerful ever-ever camera" and is offered to feature a high-resolution depth instrument with accurate AI detection. The smartphone will feature a "Dewdrop notch" screen seen in Oppo smartphones and the recent OnePlus 6T launch. Unfortunately, apart from the processor, there are no official details about the internal components of the device. However, a previous Geekbench list of the device indicates that it could start running on Android 8.1 Oreo with 4GB of RAM.

Referring to the Counterpoint survey, Realme claims the company is the first brand name to hit millions of shipments within 5 months of brand release. It also states that Realme had 3 million users within 6 months of branding and is ranked fourth in online rankings (within one month of branding). The company has achieved these numbers to pursue the success of Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro and the RealME C1 smartphone in recent months. Earlier this year, Sky Li, Chief Executive Officer of Realme, resigned as Oppo's vice president and head of Oppo India and created a separate brand.

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