Realme Book Laptop to Come With Windows 11? Company Hints in an Ambiguous Tweet

The Realme Book will debut this year itself in the country.

Realme, which started as a smartphone brand, has been foraying into new product categories one after another. The brand has already marked its presence in wearables, hearables, and IoT categories. The brand is prepping up to enter into yet another product category. Earlier this month, Realme India CEO, Madhav Sheth, shared a teaser hinting towards a new product category – Laptops. At the Realme GT 5G Global launch event, the company shared another teaser revealing the product name – Realme Book. Yesterday, after Windows 11 announcement, the company took it to social media pages to share another teaser. The latest teaser suggests that the upcoming Realme Book will boot Windows 11 out of the box. Let us take a look at the teaser,

To those unaware, Realme also shared the teaser showcasing the upcoming Laptop. The teaser image revealed that the design language of the upcoming Realme laptop be very similar to that of Apple’s MacBook series of laptop. The teaser image confirmed two Type-C ports on the left side, a large trackpad, and a slim design.

Some of the key specifications, and the design of the upcoming Realme Book had also surfaced on the web earlier this month. The leak suggested that the upcoming Realme laptop will have an aluminum body and super-thin bezels. It is said to have a 3:2 aspect ratio screen, and dual speakers at the bottom. However. rest other specifications of the Realme Book remain under the wraps for now. There is nothing that’s known in terms of display resolution, hardware configuration, and battery life.

In a recent episode of AskMadhav, the company CEO had revealed that the upcoming Realme Book will launch by the end of 2021 in the country. We can expect to know key specifications of the Realme laptop as it appears on certification websites. What are your expectations from the Realme Book? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.