It is already known that Realme is working on becoming a technology-lifestyle brand in India. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has so far launched several products to justify the same. It has already unveiled its first-ever truly wireless earbuds, dubbed the Realme Buds Air (review). Moreover, the company has launched its first fitness band, dubbed the Realme Band in the past. Soon, the company will have two more products in the pipeline – its first ever smartwatch and its range of smart televisions. Earlier this week, we spotted a Realme remote control on the Bluetooth SIG certification website, which we believe was the remote control for the Realme TV(s). Today, we have been able to spot two Realme TVs on the same certification, which has revealed their display type, as well as their display sizes. Take a look at the Bluetooth SIG certifications for Realme TVs and find out what they have in store for us.
Realme TV 43 and Realme TV 32 Receive the Bluetooth SIG Certification
As seen in the certification images, there will be (at least) two Realme TV models launching in the near future. One of them will be a 43-inch device, while the other one will be a smaller, 32-inch unit. Both Realme TVs will feature an LED panel, however. The Realme TVs can be seen running on software version number 2.1704.03. Other than this, the Bluetooth SIG certification for the Realme TVs does not tell us anything else about their specifications and features.
That said, there is one more Realme TV that is tipped to launch alongside, and that particular Realme TV model could be the premium version. Notably, the high-end Realme TV will come with the model number JSC55LSQLED. It is said to feature a 55-inch display. Speaking of the display, the Realme TV is tipped to feature a QLED display (notice the model number). One should keep in mind that QLED televisions are relatively costlier than their traditional LCD counterparts, so we have reason to believe that the upcoming Realme TV could compete with the OnePlus TVs, which were unveiled last year. We were able to spot the 55-inch Realme QLED smart TV on the Indian BIS certification website, which means that it could soon hit the Indian soils. Readers must be made aware that the 44-inch variant of the Realme TV has also received the Indian BIS certification.
As far as the Realme remote control is concerned, the Realme remote (with the model number RTRC1) received the same certification on April 11, 2020. Since no other Realme product which currently exists in the market would require an external remote control, we expect the Realme remote control to be the controller for the Realme TV only.
As of now, this is all we know about the upcoming Realme TVs, but we are sure to receive more intel on the same in the coming days as the launch date approaches. Whenever we do, we will keep you posted on the same.
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