Realme’s MediaTek Dimensity 1080 Powered Smartphone Might Launch in 2022

Realme's Dimensity 1080-powered smartphone could be the Realme 10 Pro+.


MediaTek recently announced a new mid-range processor under the Dimensity lineup – the MediaTek Dimensity 1080. Xiaomi is expected to be the first Android OEM to launch a Dimensity 1080-powered device. As tipped by a famous leakster, an upcoming Redmi Note 12 series device will mark the commercial debut of Dimensity 1080 on a smartphone. Seems like Realme won’t be behind in the race as the company has started teasing a Dimensity 1080 powered smartphone.

Realme VP Madhav Sheth took to Twitter to post a challenge asking for 1080 likes on the tweet. He revealed that if his tweet gets 1080 likes or more, the company will launch a Dimenity 1080-powered smartphone this year. At the time of writing the post, Sheth’s tweet had about 1700 likes which confirms that a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 powered Realme phone will be launched by the end of the year.

A Realme 10 Series Device Might be Powered by MediaTek Dimensity 1080

The Dimensity 1080 arrived as a successor to the last year’s MediaTek Dimensity 920. To those unaware, the Realme 9 Pro+ is powered by Dimensity 920 processor. Thus we can expect the Dimensity 1080-powered Realme smartphone to launch under the Realme 10 series. If we were to guess, the Dimensity 1080-powered smartphone from the house of Realme could be the Realme 10 Pro+.

As of now, nothing is known about the Realme 10 Pro+. However, recent development suggests that Realme might debut the Realme 10 series by the end of the year. We can expect Realme to launch the Realme 10 4G as well in the coming weeks since the handset has been spotted on several certification websites.

To those unaware, the upcoming Realme 10 was spotted on the Geekbench benchmark database which revealed the presence of an octa-core MediaTek Helio G99 processor. The Realme was also spotted on the CQC certification website which confirmed that the device will be equipped with a 5000mAh battery and 33W fast charging support. The design of the device has also been leaked, thanks to the FCC certification database listing.