Realme has been very busy lately and the company is getting ready to release a handful of new devices and it seems that one of them will soon make an appearance on the Chinese market.
In a post on TENAA that has since been taken down, Realme listed a smartphone with model number RMX336.
Thanks to a quick-acting tipster on Chinese microblogging app Weibo, who took a screenshot before the certification disappeared, we now have some more information about what to expect from the device.
The listing reveals a number of key specifications and if we’re to go by the information in it, we know that the device will have a 6.55 inch panel. Previous leaks mentioned that the smartphone will use an OLED panel with FHD+ pixel resolution and HRR support but we don’t have any information regarding the maximum refresh rate.
It will have a 4,500mAh battery and will offer 5G support.
As far as software goes, it will run Android 11 out of the box. Overall, the phone will measure somewhere around 159.9×72.5×8mm.
Realme has also announced last month that it plans to launch a device with a Snapdragon 778G chipset so we can speculate that this might be the smartphone they were talking about but don’t take our word for it as a device with a Snapdragon 870 chipset is also expected from the company.
Of course, we’ll keep you updated as soon as we find out more.