Realme’s quickly increasing catalogue of smartphones appears to be getting one other addition. A brand new Realme smartphone was noticed on a number of certification web sites with mannequin quantity RMX2142. These listings solely state that the cellphone helps 5G and that it’ll have quick charging help. But, the mannequin quantity itself appears to recommend that the cellphone could also be the Realme X3, given its similarity to the just lately noticed Realme X3 SuperZoom. However, these are simply speculations and there was no official phrase from Realme.
According to a report by MySmartPrice, the Realme smartphone with mannequin quantity RMX2142 was noticed on Chinese certification web site 3C, in addition to on MIIT certification web site. Both of those listings state the cellphone with mannequin quantity RMX2142 helps 5G. The 3C itemizing additionally exhibits the charging specs anticipated to return with the cellphone and it appears like there will likely be help for 30W quick charging. We had been in a position to confirm the 3C itemizing however not the MIIT certification.
To recall, a Realme cellphone with mannequin quantity RMX2086 was recently spotted on Thailand’s NBTC certification web site with the title Realme X3 SuperZoom. Given the similarities between the two mannequin numbers, we suspect that the cellphone with mannequin quantity RMX2142 is the Realme X3. However, the Realme 6i had the mannequin quantity RMX2040 which can be much like the new one so whether or not or not the cellphone in query is the Realme X3, stays to be seen.
Talking about the Realme X3 SuperZoom, the cellphone was noticed in a few Geekbench listings as properly, together with the NBTC itemizing. Both of them state the cellphone can have an octa-core processor and can include 12GB of RAM. The cellphone was additionally noticed on Indian certification web site BIS suggesting its launch in the Indian market. Additionally, the listings solely hinted at an LTE choice and no 5G, in contrast to the RMX2142 which can have help for 5G.