Chinese smartphone maker Realme is reported to come out with a new flagship very soon. And now, the X3 was also reportedly listed on TENAA, which ended up giving away key details about the upcoming Realme device.
While the phone has already been spotted on many certification sites in the recent times, it also managed to crop up on TENAA, albeit for a very short period of time. According to this now-removed listing, the Realme X3 is slated to feature a 6.57-inch display and run on Android software. There is a separate Realme X3 SuperZoom model that was also spotted on Geekbench, with the device tipped to sport up to 12GB of RAM, and an octa-core processor.
The upcoming X3 was listed on TENAA with model number RMX2142. Some of the other features that we got hold of from the listing include a 4,100mAh battery and dimensions of 163.8×75.8×8.9mm. The upcoming Realme device is also going to support 5G. That is all that the erstwhile TENAA listing revealed for now.
This is not the first time that the Realme X3 was spotted on a certification site; it was spotted earlier on Chinese certification website 3C, and on the MIIT certification website as well. While the listing on 3C showed the charging specifications and 30W fast charging capability of the device, a Geekbench listing showed Android 10 software, single-core score of 788 and a multi-core score of 2,624.