Realme’s upcoming laptops will feature smartphone connectivity similar to Huawei’s Share and Microsoft’s Your Phone, allowing users to control their smartphones from their PCs to share files.
This feature, called PC Connect, may work between the upcoming Realme Book and the list of supported Realme smartphones (such as Huawei’s own solution).
Unlike Huawei’s solution, which starts with NFC when you tap the phone on your laptop’s touchpad, Realme is expected to use Wi-Fi Direct.
Realme Book Slim will be available in China and India on August 18th. It features a 3: 2 aspect 2K display, USB-C 65W charging, a backlit keyboard, and a metal body.