Realme is also working on a phone with Snapdragon 875 SoC null

Smartphone brands, in a race to outbid each other, often share a glimpse of the future. Right after Apple announced the iPad air powered by the A14 Bionic chipset, Redmi’s GM Lu Weibing asked users if they were looking forward to new products with 5nm processors suggesting that the company is already working on products with the new chipset.

Now, Xu Qi, President of Global Marketing and Vice President at Realme, who did not want to be left behind in this race, has also hinted that the company is readying a flagship smartphone that will be powered by a Snapdragon 875.

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Incidentally, Qualcomm is yet to make any official announcement around the new chipset in the discussion. As a routine, Qualcomm announces the new flagship chipset in December during its year-end Summit. As per reports the upcoming SoC will use the 5nm manufacturing process, similar to Apple’s A14 Bionic chipset, and will be manufactured by Samsung.