Realme and its upcoming smartphones are all over the rumor mill this week. Now, withstanding the same momentum, a new Realme RMX2111 and its network variant RMX2112 did gain the approval from China’s TENAA certification site.
The listing of the Realme RMX2111 and RMX2112 came out through with all the specifications and images. As of this time, we do not have any idea around the possible naming of the device. From where we see it, it could possibly be a successor to any of the mid-range Realme devices which are released in the recent past. There is also a possibility for the company to bring out a whole new series too.
As far as the specifics of these two devices are concerned, both of them measure and weigh exactly the same, considering the fact that both are similar devices with changes in regard to a feature here and there. Both the Realme RMX2111 and RMX2112 measure 162.5 x 75.1 x 9.1 mm and weighs in 194 grams. The device comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor making it an IPS LCD display.
In the topic of the display, both the devices come with a 6.5-inch Full HD+ display with a punch-hole camera. The aspect ratio here is the current mid-range standard 20:9 and the phone is powered by an unknown SoC that has CPU speeds of 2 GHz and it might likely come with a 6 or 8 GB of RAM.
Another interesting thing here is that both the devices support 5G out of the box. The battery here is 4900 mAh which makes it a 5000 mAh battery and the 3C listing has revealed that Realme might ship the device with 30W rapid charger.
As for the optics, the devices carry a quad-rear camera setup on the back where the primary will be a 48 MP sensor which is coupled with 8 megapixels ultra-wide sensor. There are also two other sensors that most of us will not care about i.e., 2 MP depth sensor and 2 MP macro sensor.
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