Realme Q is the latest series launched in September 2019. The first smartphone released under this lineup is the Realme 5 Pro.
Now, we have been coming across many reports and leaks regarding a brand-new handset likely dubbed Realme Q2. While we can really trust all the rumors and leaks, a recent report has unveiled the AnTuTu score of the upcoming smartphone. Here is what you need to know.
Realme Q2 AnTuTu Listing Details: What Should You Know
According to rumors, the Realme Q2 is set to be unveiled on October 13. The leaked AnTuTu listing of the phone shows that it has managed to get a 519k+ rating score on the benchmarking website. Precisely, it has scored 519,925, which is actually the average score of the GPU, CPU, UX, and memory benchmarks tests ran on the smartphone.
While the AnTuTu listing doesn’t unveil what we can expect from the Realme Q2 in terms of features and specs, a recent TENAA listing offers more essential details. The well-known Chinese certification authority revealed that the upcoming Realme device would get its power from an octa-core chipset clocked at 2.4GHz.
Realme Q2 Possible Specs and Features
The Realme Q2 is expected to arrive as a downgraded version of the Realme X7 and pack almost the same specs and features. The main difference is the presence of downgraded cameras at the rear and front. A report also suggests that the Realme Q2 could be released as the Realme X7 Lite.
The Realme Q2 is said to flaunt a 6.43-inch S-AMOLED panel with an FHD+ resolution and a sleek in-display fingerprint sensor.
The upcoming Realme smartphone under the Q series is expected to house a quad-camera of 48MP at the rear panel, including an 8MP secondary sensor, a 2MP tertiary sensor, and a 2MP fourth sensor. Upfront, a camera of 16MP might shoot the best selfies.
Other Significant Features and Specs
The alleged Realme Q2 is said to ship with Android 10 OS topped with Realme UI, while a dual-cell battery with 65W fast charging support is believed to keep the lights on.
The smartphone could also feature 6GB/8GB RAM paired with 128GB/256GB onboard storage.
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