Realme debuted the Cobble and Pocket Bluetooth speakers in Malaysia earlier this year at a low price. Despite having a vast product portfolio in the Indian market, these Bluetooth speakers were never released. Realme is preparing to introduce a number of tech lifestyle items in India, after the launch of its sub-brand DIZO. A few renders of a new Realme Bluetooth speaker have leaked online earlier today, and it appears that it will be sold under the DIZO brand.
Realme Bluetooth Speaker Fetaures
The Realme Bluetooth speaker features a circular form, according to renderings (via Oyprice). The Realme Cobble Bluetooth speaker comes to mind. The variant we’re looking at is the Black color option, which appears to have a matte surface.
On the top, there is a power button, as well as a volume rocker, a pairing button, and an LED indication. It is believed to have either a Type-C connector or a micro-USB port at the bottom, both of which are protected from dust by a pull-out cover.
Aside from that, there are currently no product specs available. However, since the early renders have been released, we may expect Realme to tease the product soon. Now, whether it is a DIZO product or a Realme offering, it remains to be seen under which branding it will be released.
In related developments, Realme has set a launch event for the Realme GT smartphone series in India on August 18. Realme is expected to present its much-anticipated Realme Book laptop at the launch, according to rumors. For starts, the Realme Book is expected to be a laptop series with a starting price of 40,000($540). It will have a 14-inch FHD display, Intel Core i5 and i3 CPUs from the 11th generation, and 65W fast charging.
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