A new smartphone branded Realme has just been caught on the Chinese TENAA certification site. As already suggested in the title, this device would be the long awaited Realme X3 Pro.
Realme X3 Pro caught on TENAA, confirmed design and specifications
Let's go to see the image attached above in which we find the smartphone with model name RMX2121. Together with the name we also manage to take a first look at the design of the device, as well as some of the specifications.
Starting with the design we have a screen with a hole on the top left for the front camera. While on the back we find a not too original design, with a rectangular module that seems to embed a total of four cameras together with an LED flash.
As for the specifications, from the official certificate we find that the device adopts a 6,5-inch diagonal display, while the external dimensions are 160,8 x 75,2 x 8,5 mm.
The Realme X3 Pro will be equipped with dual-mode 5G connectivity and a 2.200 mAh double cell battery, so the total capacity will most likely be 4.400mAh (to be confirmed).
The smartphone will run with the latest Google home OS, Android 10, and the Realme UI skin to cover everything. Finally, on the CPU side, thanks to an AnTuTu benchmark we know that the X3 Pro adopts a Snapdragon 865 and UFS 3.1 internal memory.