Realme Book, the upcoming laptop from Realme, will ship with Windows 11 pre-installed. Microsoft just unveiled Windows 11, its latest version of the operating system. New features like Android app support, center viewing, and a significant UI overhaul make Windows 11 a worthwhile upgrade. Realme Book will launch with Windows 10 and will be upgraded to Windows 11 immediately after launch.
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A Realme Book India launch is confirmed in the latest #AskMadhav episode and the latest Realme phone with the flagship Snapdragon 888 chip, the Realme GT 5G.
Recently announced in Europe, the upcoming Realme Book will be available in India before Diwali. Realme announced several products during the recent event, including an intelligent vacuum cleaner and the Realme Pad.
The much-anticipated Realme Book will launch soon, and Realme has only shown off the prototype. The company has come up with a program where it wants everybody to help Realme build the laptop.
The company previewed its upcoming laptop prototype, the Realme Book, and announced a Realme Laptop Co-creation Program. This is where Realme will accept suggestions and requests from its fans on how to improve the Realme Book.
Realme Book is being developed based on what fans want and don’t want. Realme intends to make a laptop. The Realme Book is expected to be a highly customized model.
The Realme Laptop Co-creation Programme is now live, and you can share your ideas about the Realme Book on the company’s website. There will be a 3:2 aspect ratio on the Realme Book. Realme Pad didn’t launch at the event and is now scheduled to launch in the next quarter.
Realme Book may launch by September, and the device will be available in India by November (around Diwali). Realme Book prices in India will be available in different price categories, especially in the budget segment. We don’t know how many forms the company will bring in laptops, but various variants are expected. Similarly, the Realme Pad launch is assumed around the same period and in India before Diwali.