Realme’s first laptop: Here’s everything you need to know about it

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Realme’s first laptop: Here’s everything you need to know about it
Realme Book is launching on August 18. Madhav Sheth/Twitter
Realme has finally confirmed the launch date for its first laptop, Realme Book. This will mark the Chinese smartphone maker’s entry into the laptop segment.
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The Realme Book is scheduled to make its debut on August 18 in China. This is also the same day it’s launching the Realme GT smartphone series in India. Realme has also teased a ‘Realme Book Slim’ laptop for India, but it hasn’t revealed the launch date.

As for the Realme Book, the company has been teasing the laptop revealing its design and some of its features. The Realme Book has also leaked multiple times giving us an idea on what to expect from the laptop. Ahead of its launch, we take a look at all we know about the Realme Book and what to expect.

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What we know so far

There are a few things Realme has confirmed about its first laptop. It is touted to be one of the slimmest and lightest laptops, and it will feature a 2K display. The Realme Book is also confirmed to offer a free upgrade to Windows 11 when it’s available. Its teasers show a MacBook-like design, and in colour options of blue and grey.

What to expect

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The expected pricing of the Realme Book was also tipped, and it could be available within ₹40,000.

Based on leaks and rumours, the Realme Book is expected to feature a 14-inch display with a 2160x1440 pixels resolution and 300 nits peak brightness. It will most likely be powered by the 11th Gen Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors. The laptop is also expected to feature Harman Kardon speakers. It’s also rumoured to come with support for 65W fast charging.

We already have an idea that the Realme Book will look similar to a MacBook. Leaked images confirm this as they show an uncanny resemblance to the MacBook with even the same colour scheme of a grey body and black keyboard. One difference would be the presence of a fingerprint sensor on top of the keyboard on the Realme Book.

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