Realme Files Patent for Upcoming Smartphone with Quad-Rear Rectangular Camera Module

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Realme has filed as a new patent for its upcoming smartphone that shows a quad-rear camera set up in a rectangular module. The patent shows the overall design of the phone starting from its front as well as the back panel. 

This patent has been first discovered by a Twitter user @_the_tech_guy who posted the images of the patent on Twitter. At the front, the Realme patent shows a large display with waterdrop design at the front. It has very slim bezels at each of its sides. However, it has thick bezels at the bottom and at the top.

At the back, the Realme patent shows a square camera module that houses four sensors out of which the primary sensor is highlighted by a yellow ring. Just below the camera module, there is a LED flashlight. At the centre of the back panel, there is a fingerprint scanner. 

At the bottom of the panel, there is a 3.5mm headphone jack, a charging port, a microphone, and a speaker grill. There is nothing placed at the top of the panel. At the left of the panel, there are volume buttons along with a SIM tray while at the left, there is a power button.

As for the credibility of this patent, just like most of the patents, there is no guarantee that this patent will turn out to be real. However, looking at the patent, it looks like of a mid-range smartphone as it has a waterdrop notch design with a physical fingerprint sensor which most of the high-end smartphones are ditching with an in-display fingerprint sensor. As of now, we advise you to not to take this patent so serious. 

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