Realme has recently introduced a bunch of smartphones on the market, including the Narzo 20 lineup, Realme 7 series, and the Realme C17. Now, a report claims the company isn’t done just yet.
Realme is apparently working on another mid-range phone, which has just cleared its certification from TENNA. The next Realme smartphone’s moniker is still unknown. But it is said to arrive as a version of the Realme X7.
The best part is that the upcoming handset’s specs and features have been leaked via the certification website. Here is what you need to know.
Upcoming Realme Smartphone Spotted: What Should We Expect
The next Realme smartphone has recently cleared its certification with the Realme RMX2173 model number from TENNA. The website has also released the first images of the front and the rear panel of the handset, hinting at the design and other significant features.
The smartphone is seen flaunting a tall display panel, with a notch type, hard to analyze. However, the left panel has the volume keys, while the right side houses the power key. The device is further seen with a cool gradient back panel. The quad-camera is inside a rectangular module on the top-left of the rear panel.
According to the TENNA listing, the upcoming Realme handset might get its power from a 2.4GHz octa-core chipset. It could be a Qualcomm Snapdragon or a MediaTek processor. The listing does show a 6GB/8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB configuration.
The smartphone will be most likely shipped with Android 10 OS topped with Realme UI skin out-of-the-box.
Coming to the camera features, the listing reveals a quad-lens module at the rear panel with a 48MP primary sensor, an 8MP sensor for wide-angle images, a 2MP macro-sensor, and another 2MP depth sensor. Upfront, a camera of 32MP will capture the best selfies.
Realme should release more information about its upcoming smartphone in the coming months.
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