We’ve known for over a month now that the Realme 3 Pro is coming, thanks to the brand’s own confirmation. Now, we may have received some key details via the Bluetooth SIG website.
The website has listed a Realme smartphone with the model number RMX1851. By comparison, the standard Realme 3 has the model numbers RMX1821 and RMX1825. But the listing gives us more than just a model number to go on…
The supposed Realme 3 Pro is packing a 6.3-inch full HD screen, 3,960mAh battery, fingerprint scanner, ColorOS 6.0, and an octa-core 2.208Ghz Snapdragon chipset.
In the case of the processor, a quick Google search for “2.208Ghz Snapdragon” yields unofficial references to the Snapdragon 710 chipset. But there are other Snapdragon chips that top out at 2.2Ghz too, namely the Snapdragon 660 and 730 series.
The Realme 3 Pro is scheduled to launch on April 22, so we’ll know for sure whether this listing is indeed the real deal then. But for now, it seems like we’re looking at something a little more powerful than the standard Realme 3.
Realme has however revealed a few Realme 3 Pro features via its Twitter account, such as super slow-mo support, and Hyper Boost tech for smoother gaming. Here’s hoping the device isn’t an incremental upgrade, like the Realme 3 was compared to its predecessor. What are you expecting from the Pro model? Let us know in the comments!
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