Realme will unveil 8 new products on May 25, among them the X50 Pro Player edition, the company’s first smart watch and its first TV. To build up anticipation, the company already teased the gaming smartphone and now it’s building up intrigue for the TV.

The Realme TV will have a “premium bezel-less deign” and the display panel will output up to 400 nits of brightness (20% more than the average TV in this price segment, says Realme). The Chroma Boost engine will be on image processing duties (previously, Chroma Boost was a mode in the camera app of Realme phones).

The “smart” part of the TV will run on a MediaTek chipset with 64-bit CPU (quad Cortex-A53) with the Mali-470 MP3 GPU. Realme also put the “first-in-segment” label on the chipset, though we’re not sure how accurate that is (it’s definitely not the first smart TV with a 64-bit CPU, so we guess it’s a matter of how you define “segment”). We don’t know if this will run Android TV, but it will definitely have voice commands.

For sound, Realme has lined up four speakers in a stereo arrangement with 24W total output power and Dolby Audio support.

The Realme TV teasers promise a bright screen with Chroma Boost engine, quad speakers

This hasn’t been officially confirmed, but the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) let it slip that the Realme TV will come in two sizes, 43” and 55”, and will use QLED panels. It seems that there will be more official info unveiled this Wednesday, so stay tuned for more.

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