Chinese smartphone company Realme has revealed a teaser on Twitter about the launch of the much-anticipated Realme Book laptop. The company says it’s the first serious laptop to support the latest Windows 11 operating system, as soon as Microsoft rolls it out.
Realme Book will be the first new computer with support for Windows 11 operating system similar to a MacBook
The new Realme Book appears to be quite similar to the Apple MacBook Air, however, some details are still kept under wraps. Realme Vice President and Chinese Product Manager, Wang-Wei Derek, has posted an image of the upcoming Realme Book. In the blurred live image, we can see that Realme Book has an elegant look with clamshell design and black edges.
The ultra-slim laptop features an aluminum chassis with Realme branding on the lid. The screen has slim bezels with a 3:2 aspect ratio and Realme logo on top.
The bottom half of the Realme Book laptop features dual speaker grilles as well as a larger hole for cooling. There is also a USB-C port which may support charging. It also looks like Realme will be integrating a fingerprint scanner on the laptop as well.
The Realme Book is expected to be launched first in India in conjunction with the Diwali festival, and the computer will be updated to Windows 11 upon launch.