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Alleged Realme 8 (RMX3092) with Dimensity 720 spotted at Geekbench


Two mysterious Realme phones with model numbers RMX3092 and RMX3093 have been spotted at China’s certification platforms like 3C and TENAA in recent weeks. The RMX3092 smartphone has appeared on the Geekbench (via) benchmarking platform. It is speculated that it may belong to the upcoming Realme 8 series of smartphones.

The RMX3092 Geekbench listing has revealed that it is powered by the Dimensity 720 chipset. The SoC is mentioned with the MT6853V model name in the listing. It is accompanied by 8 GB of RAM.

The smartphone will come preloaded with Android 10 OS. In the single-core test, it scored 2874 points and it recorded a score of 8088 in the multi-core test.

Realme RMX3092 Geekbench

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The 3C listing of the Realme RMX3092 revealed that it could be shipping with a 65W fast charger in China. The RMX3093 phone is also expected to arrive with a 65W charger. The RMX3092 has also bagged approval from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). Probably, this device could be arriving in the markets outside of China as the Realme 8.


Realme did not launch Realme 8 or any of its predecessors in China. There is a possibility that this device could be landing in China as a Q-series or V-series smartphone. It was recently reported that the Realme 8 series could be debuting in January 2021.

A couple of other Realme phones are also expected to debut in the coming weeks. India is expected to receive the Realme X7 series of smartphones in January and there are rumors that the Narzo 30 lineup will also go official in the same month. Yesterday, the Dimensity 800U powered Realme Q21i was spotted at the BIS certification. In China, Realme is expected to announce the Realme Koi lineup that may include a Snapdragon 888 powered flagship with 125W charging capabilities and a Dimensity 800U powered midranger dubbed as Realme V15.

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