The Realme Book Slim will be available on August 18th, along with the GT series

Realme has handed out invitations to the unveiling of the Realme Book Slim to the press. The event will take place on August 18 at 12:30 p.m. (IST), at which time the Realme GT line of smartphones will be introduced. Madhav Seth, the company's CEO, recently posted a preview video of the laptop on Twitter. In fact, it has been teased and discussed for so long that it must have piqued the public's interest in the forthcoming event.

Realme Book Slim

Mr. Sheth has already demonstrated a few characteristics of the Realme Book, including its thin form. The USB Type-C port of the laptop is shown in the teaser video, which will be utilized for power supply and data transfer. He has also hinted about the laptop's color and port options. There are two USB Type-C ports, one USB-A port, and a 3.5mm audio connector on the latter.

The Realme Book Slim will be available in silver and matte blue paints. According to speculations, the Realme Book and Book Slim will be equipped with an Intel Core i5 CPU, 16GB of RAM, 65W fast charging, and Windows 10 Pro (to be updated to Windows 11 later on this year).

From the renderings and pictures posted online, it appears that the Realme Book Slim will have a metal body that looks expensive. The company's CEO, on the other hand, claims that it will be inexpensive. It's unclear if this upcoming laptop, which is reported to be cheap, will be powered by AMD Ryzen processors or Intel 11th gen chipsets. There's also a lot of speculation regarding how much capacity it would have and if it will feature a touch screen.

“Realme Book Slim will come with a screen ratio, which will reveal more material when viewing documents or browsing websites, making it the perfect tool for your work and creativity needs,” according to the firm, which might imply a 16:10 aspect ratio. It's also said to have a 2K display. The laptops will ship with Windows 10 pre-installed, but Realme has previously stated that Windows 11 will be available later this year.

This article is contributed by Sunil.

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