Looks like a Chinese smartphone maker is cooking up models for the upcoming launch at the China Mobile Global Partner Conference on November 3rd. There’s a rife that the smartphone maker is likely to showcase Realme 10 5G and Realme 10 Pro+ 5G as both the devices with codename RMX3663 and RMX3687 have appeared on the TENAA certification platform after dropping by 3C. Here’s more about the story.
Realme 10 Pro+ appeared on the TENAA certification
The smartphone bearing model number RMX3687 is believed to be the Realme 10 Pro+. The TENAA listing usually contains a lot of information along with the phone’s design. There’s an OLED panel onboard with an in-display fingerprint scanner. At the back, you have two giant circular rings housing the rear camera setup consisting of three units. Apart from that, the 3C certification mentioned a 67W fast charging support with the device so there’s that.
According to the rumors, Realme 10 Pro+ packs in a 120Hz OLED panel. It draws the power from MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC and has 6 to 8GB of RAn and 128GB to 256GB of storage configurations available onboard.
Per GizmoChina, the phone likely brings a 50MP primary cam with OIS support at the back. There’s a 5000mAh battery paired with 67W fast charging tech where the latter is a confirmed bit. Apart from that, the available color options are Nebula Blue, Dark Matter, and Hyperspace.
Realme 10 5G made it to TENAA too
Well, as aforementioned, two smartphone models appear on the recent TENAA listing. The second model bearing number RMX3663 is believed to be for Realme 10 5G and it packs in a flat design with a punch-hole display and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner among others. The rear camera setup resembles that of the Pro+ variant albeit it will get two sensors instead of three.
As mentioned in the 3C certification, both the phones have 5G support as you can see, we have been calling them Realme 10 5G/10 Pro+ 5G for a reason.
Now that both 3C and TENAA certifications have shown up, it is just a matter of a few days or weeks for both devices to finally make their debut. Check out this space for any updates regarding the duo.