A Realme smartphone bearing model code RMX2142 and believed to be the Realme X3 bagged 3C certification last week, revealing 30W charging and 5G support in the process. Now that smartphone has appeared on TENAA with new details.
According to TENAA, the RMX2142 is 8.9mm thick and sports a 6.57" display. The resolution of the screen isn't mentioned, but it could be 1080p.
The listing further reveals that RMX2142 packs a 4,100 mAh battery, which will likely draw power through a USB-C port.
TENAA doesn't reveal any other details about the smartphone, so we'll have to wait till the listing is populated with full specs and images.
In addition to X3, Realme is preparing to unveil the X3 SuperZoom as well. It has already bagged certifications from NBTC, EEC and BIS. The smartphone sports model number RMX2086 and was spotted on Geekbench with Snapdragon 855+ SoC, 12GB RAM and Android 10, which will likely have Realme UI on top.
There's no word from Realme about these smartphones yet, but we expect to hear more about them in the coming weeks.