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Mysterious Realme phone with unique rear design appears in leaked shot


In the previous week

, Realme unveiled the Realme X50m smartphone in China. A reliable tipster from China shared an image of a mysterious Realme phone that has a unique rear design. The identity of the phone is currently under the wraps. It appears that it could be the upcoming Realme smartphone for the home market.

As it can be seen in the leaked shot, the unknown Realme phone has a rear design that is quite different from the smartphones that the company released so far. The handset has a carbon-like textured rear with a vertical strip with gold accents at the center.

There are three cameras placed at the top portion of the vertical strip and alongside the camera setup is an LED flash. The top edge of the device appears barren. The bottom bezel of the phone is not visible in image. It could be flanked with a USB port and an external speaker. It is unclear whether the handset has a 3.5mm audio jack.

Mysterious Realme phone

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There is no information available on the specifications of the mysterious Realme phone. The Chinese firm is selling 5G-ready phones like Realme X50m, Realme X50 and Realme X50 Pro 5G across different price points in China. Hence, it is interesting to see how the mysterious Realme phone will be priced in the home market.

Realme is reportedly working on the launch of the next of Realme X series smartphones. The Realme X3 SuperZoom that has a model number of RMX2086 has received approval from multiple authorities like SIRIM (Malaysia), EEC (Europe), BIS (India), IMDA (Singapore) and NBTC (Thailand). The Bluetooth SIG certification of the phone

revealed that it supports Bluetooth 5.1. its Geekbench listing revealed that is has Android 10 OS, 12 GB of RAM and it is powered by Snapdragon 855 or 855+ SoC. It is speculated that the Realme will also launch Realme X3 alongside its SuperZoom version.
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