The Chinese tech giant series is expected to unveil the Realme 10 series next year. Ahead of the official launch, the vanilla model from the lineup has started to emerge online. In the latest development, the smartphone has arrived on the FCC certification website, revealing some of its key details. Here’s what we collected for the latest listing.
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On the FCC portal, the Realme 10 bears the RMX3630 model number. The website reveals the pack panel design and confirms a few specifications, including operating system, battery, charging capacity, and more. At the back, the upcoming number series device by Realme will house a vertically aligned dual camera setup. Alongside, it will be accompanied by a LED flashlight.
In addition, a typical 5000 mAh battery unit will keep the system working. Although it has a rated capacity of 4880 mAh. Also, it will ship with a charging adapter out of the box that has the model number VCB3HDUH. FYI, this charger will support up to 33W fast charging.
In addition to this, the certification divulges that the Realme 10 will boost Android 11 on day one. With this Android version, it will carry a layer of Realme UI 3.0 on top. It is disappointing to see as the company will be using a two-year-old OS for a future handset.
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To recall, the smartphone was also spotted on multiple other certifications. This includes NBTC, EEE, CQC, and Geekbench. The portal confirms that the device will draw power from MediaTek Helio G99 SoC. The chipset will be paired with Mali-G57 GPU and an 8GB RAM model. Although we expect the company to introduce other storage options as well.