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Realme 7 Pro, Realme 7i and Realme C17 certified by NBTC authority


Realme will be launching the Realme X7 series of smartphones on Sept. 1 in China. The lineup includes Realme X7 and Realme X7 Pro smartphones. The Chinese manufacturer is also planning to launch new phones in other markets. Fresh information shared by tipster Mukul Sharma reveals that the NBTC authority has approved new phones such as Realme 7 Pro, Realme 7i, and Realme C17.

The NBTC certification of the new Realme phones have not revealed any details on their specifications. However, the certification platform has confirmed that Realme C17 has an RMX2101 model number, the Realme 7i has an RMX2103 model number, and the Realme 7 Pro has an RMX2170 model number.

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The TUV Rheinland certification platform had previously revealed that the RMX2 170 phone has a pair of two batteries each having a rated size of 2,20mAh. The listing also revealed that the phone carries support for 65W fast charging.


The Realme RMX170 has previously received certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance authority. It revealed support for Wi-Fi 5 and Android 10 OS. India’s Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has also certified the RMX2170 phone.

The RMX2170 model number appears to be a variant of the Realme RMX2176 model number which belongs to the Realme X7 phone. Hence, there is a possibility that the Snapdragon 765G powered Realme X7 debuting on Sept. 1 could be breaking cover in global markets such as Realme 7 Pro.

Realme C17 TUV certified

The Realme 7i (RMX2103) has also received certification from the China Quality Certification agency. The listing first (spotted by MyFixGuide) revealed that the phone has a rated battery of 4,890mAh capacity. The certification also confirmed that the phone will arrive with support for 18W fast charging. As far as Realme C17 is concerned, the next C-series phone was approved by Indonesia’s TKDN authority in May.

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