A new Realme smartphone passed by TUV Rheiland certification with model number RMX2170. The handset has a fast 65W charger with 6.5A at 10V output. In addition, it is a device with a two-cell battery with a nominal capacity of 2,200 mAh per cell. In the end, it has a 4,400mAh battery. Obviously, this handset is the Realme X3 Pro, but this is still not confirmed.
Interestingly enough, the same RMX2170 recently received Wi-Fi Alliance certification with Android 10. It also mentions support for Wi-Fi 5, while modern Snapdragon 865 devices have support for Wi-Fi 6 (ax). If you are familiar with the Realme X3 Pro, you know that Realme chose the Snapdragon 855+ to keep it affordable. It is a more affordable flagship with a chipset that can only be surpassed by this year’s Snapdragon 865 family. It is worth noting that the Snapdragon 765G also lacks Wi-Fi 6, so again, we can not confirm that this is the Realme X3 Pro yet .
It is worth noting that the Realme X3 Pro is a completely new handset with some differences compared to the Realme X3 SuperZoom. According to a recently identified TENAA list, the handset features a 6.5-inch perforated screen in the upper left corner. The device has dimensions of 160.8 x 75.2 x 8.5 mm. The list also confirms Android 10 with a two-cell battery solution that results in a total capacity of 4,400mAh.
The TENAA list also revealed the design of the upcoming device. Sends with a rectangular camera unit on the back. This series includes four different sensors accompanied by LED flash. There is no fingerprint scanner on the back to indicate the presence of a sensor on the screen. In fact, it makes sense given the new flagship offered by Realme. The handset follows the usual button placement of the company.
The Realme X3 Pro will be the real successor to the Realme X2 Pro
Although the company recently introduced the Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom, we are still missing a Realme X3 Pro. The iconic model is not yet official and is likely to replace the Snapdragon 855+ with the Realme X2 Pro that debuted in October last year. For this reason, although the TUV list only reveals Wi-Fi 5, we do not see much point in the Realme X3 Pro coming without the SD865 SoC.
For now, we still need to see a more consistent proof from Realme. Therefore, until the matter is clarified, we still have to receive these reports with a pinch or two of salt.