Xiaomi recently announced that it would be launching the Redmi Note on March 12 but that has been canceled now. And now again, Realme is following that up with the same cancellation for the same reason. Just like the Xiaomi subsidiary, this brand also dropped the event but behind closed doors and it will be live-streamed.

This means the Realme 6 will still be introduced on Thursday, March 5, but we won’t be at the event.

Realme 6 details

The event will still happen by 12:30 PM at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, but mass gatherings are getting canceled all across the world following suggestions by the World Health Organisation. During the launch, we expect to see Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro, as well as the company’s first non-audio wearable.

Realme cancels event

Realme 6 Specs (Rumoured)

The Realme 6 is expected to be powered by a Helio G90 chipset, 8 GB RAM and Android 10 with Realme UI 1.0 on top. Its Pro sibling is expected to come with a Snapdragon 730G chipset, but we also expect quad cameras on the back, a 90 Hz display and three color options.

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