Realme patents a new phone design with a slight change

Realme is well known for making its own place in the already competitive smartphone market with its affordable yet exciting smartphones. The smartphone maker recently unveiled Realme Narzo N55, and the Realme 11 Pro is launching in the coming few days. Amid the stories, Realme registered a new design patent that features similarities with the Realme v20, V30t, and Realme 10 Pro+.

realme patents a new phone design with a slight change

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Realme design patent for a new Smartphone

As per the file information, the patent is registered with RealMe’s parent company. The Realme patent is registered with application number 2022306760795 and Authorization number CN307978867S. As confirmed by the design itself, the patent describes it as a design product mainly used for mobile communication and data processing. It further shows the combination of color, shape, and pattern.

There are a total of four designs in the patent, the Design 1 and Design 4 protect the share and pattern. Meanwhile, Design 2 and Design 3 are for the protection of color, shape, and pattern.

Looking at the design patent, the resemblance with some of the already launched Realme smartphones can be seen, but a minor change is also visible in Design 1. The Design 1 camera flash is center aligned, which was missing in earlier models. The other three designs are quite similar to Realme V20.

The design is depicted in three color options – dark night, starlight, and midnight blue.

We expect Design 1 to come along with some new Realme smartphones in the coming time.

There’s always uncertainty over patent usage in some upcoming smartphones. Sometimes, companies do protect the overall design with such patents. In this case, a similarly designed smartphone is already live, yet we expect a minor change in some other iteration of the Realem V series.

Simranpal Singh
Simranpal Singh
With a decade-long journey in the tech industry, I've been actively engaged in tech reporting across various reputable publications. He currently works as a Web Developer at RightNode Media and pursues his hobby of writing on GoAndroid. Enjoy travelling, and always excited about new tech trends. He actively contributes on GizmoChina and GChromecast Hub.


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