Realme U1 Is The First Smartphone To Run On MediaTek Helio P70 Chip; Launching In India On November 28

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Realme U1 is powered by MediaTek Helio P70 chip, it's further claimed to feature high-res depth engine, faster multi-frame noise reduction shot, anti-blooming engine and accurate AI detection.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Realme is all set to launch a new phone - Realme U1 - in India. Realme confirmed the arrival of their upcoming device in India on their social media channels. Realme’s tweet also confirmed that it’s a selfie smartphone. Realme is teasing its upcoming U-series line-up of selfie-centric smartphone with a hashtag #ReadyForU. It will be Amazon-exclusive.

"It's time to up your selfie game! Get ready to capture those flawless selfies with a smartphone experience like never before. Welcome #IndiasSelfiePro #RealmeU1, the perfect combination of power and an astounding selfie experience! We are #ReadyForU, are U?"

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The tweet further goes on to mention the URL of Amazon’s teaser webpage. As per the details revealed on Amazon, powering Realme U1 is MediaTek Helio P70 SoC. In fact, this happens to be the first smartphone to run on the Helio P70 processor under the hood. The company has been talking about its selfie camera performance. Realme claims that this is the most powerful selfie camera ever.

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Since the handset is powered by MediaTek Helio P70 chip, it's further claimed to feature high-res depth engine, faster multi-frame noise reduction shot, anti-blooming engine and accurate AI detection. Smartphones are significantly banking on the buzzword Artificial Intelligence (AI) these days. Much like Realme 2 Pro, this one sports something the company calls Dewdrop notch. The notch has already become a common fad among the smartphone brands these days.

In terms of graphics performance, MediaTek's Helio P70 processor is claimed to be 13 per cent faster than its predecessor. On the photography front, it supports up to a 32MP main camera on the back as well as 21MP+16MP dual selfie cameras. But as Amazon suggests, this one seems to sport a single selfie camera.

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