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New Realme emerge on TENAA with 65W fast charging


Yesterday, Realme launched its Q3 series. However, a new smartphone from this tech company is ongoing production. This brand-new device has its model name as RMX3142 (additionally RMX3143 with totally distinct bands).


This new Realme smartphone appeared on the TENAA certification website. This device can be mistaken for the Realme Q3 Pro or the Realme GT Neo. There are, however, very different devices with distinct dimensions and fast charging speeds. 


This Brand new Realme device is expected to arrive with a 6.43” AMOLED with Full HD+ resolution. It also has a 4,400 mAh minimal charge of the battery with 65W fast charging. 

New Realme emerge on TENAA with 65W fast charging
New Realme emerge on TENAA with 65W fast charging

The device seen on the TENAA website showered certain similarities with the Realme GT 5G flagship. The RMX3142 measures 159.1 x 73.4 x 8.1 mm, with a weight of just 174 grams and less than that of the former. 

The CPU of this device runs at 2.8 GHz. This feature is an indication that the chipset is either a Snapdragon 8 series platform or a Dimensity 1100/1200. However, none of them, aside from the Snapdragon 888, support such fast rates of charging.  

There are speculations that this brand-new device is merely an upgrade. We are looking at a Realme GT Plus, Realme Q3 Pro+, or a Realme X7 Pro Ultra+, whatever name the phone makers finally settle on. 

The device has a triple rear camera set up at the back, 64MP, 8MP, and 2 MP sensors. The front camera is expected to have a 32MP one and sits inside a punch hole in the upper left nook 

Information from the TENAA website says this new smartphone will come in either Black or Blue color. We expect to get more information on this device from Realme before the official launch. 

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Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones. When Steve is not writing tech, then he is reading tech.


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