- The upcoming Realme Book has leaked again in renders and video.
- We get a closer look at all the I/O options as well as the overall design.
- It’s believed the laptop will ship with 11th generation Core i3 and i5 processors.
We got an exclusive look at the Realme Book laptop via leaked images last month, showing a laptop with a 3:2 screen and a Macbook-inspired design. Realme would later confirm the laptop’s existence and design, while adding that it was “coming soon.”
Now, GizNext and serial leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer have given us even more Realme Book leaks, posting several apparent renders and a 360-degree video showing the laptop from every angle. Check out the 360-degree video below.
The images and videos indeed show a Macbook-style design, but we also see two USB-C ports on the left-hand side while the right-hand side hosts a single USB-A port and a 3.5mm jack. So those hoping for an assortment of I/O options might want to look elsewhere.
GizNext alleges that the new laptop will also sport a 14-inch display, fingerprint scanner/power button combo, as well as your choice of 11th generation Intel Core i3 or Core i5 processor. The latter processors open the door for an upgrade to Windows 11, and Realme has already confirmed that the laptop will gain the update.
Realme hasn’t dished out a launch date just yet, but it can’t be far away now. There’s no word on pricing either, but the outlet reckons we could see a starting price under Rs 40,000 (~$536). For what it’s worth, Xiaomi’s Mi Notebook 14 e-Learning Edition currently retails for Rs 38,999 (~$522), so we’re guessing Realme will target this device family.