Realme is reported to be working on the next Realme 9 series devices as we have spotted the new smartphones by the company frequently with new model numbers. However, there are no words from the company as of yet.
Today while writing this article two Realme devices having model numbers RMX3361 and RMX3363 are spotted by us on china’s 3C certification and MIIT ( Ministry of Industry and Information Technology ). However, one of the models has been spotted on
Realme RMX3361 is firstly spotted on china’s 3C certification which revealed that the upcoming device will be featuring a 65W fast charge support having an Oppo super VooC VCA7JACH, VCA7JHACH charger same used in Oppo reno 6 Series. According to the listing which was approved on 8th July 2021 is a 5G device. The name of the device is still unknown.
On the other hand, the same device RMX3361 has been spotted on MIIT ( Ministry of Industry and Information Technology ) which revealed the key specifications of the device. The Realme RMX3361 comes with a dual-cell battery which is expected to be as 2100+2100 couple be powered with 4200 mah battery along with 65W fast charge support. The device has a 6.43-inch display, could be AMOLED, and runs Android 11 out of the box. The dimensions as follows 159.2 x 73.5 x 8.0.
Next, we have spotted Realme RMX3363 which received the certification from Element Materials Technology. The listing also revealed that the device will also have a 65W fast charge support. The device got certified on 1st July.
Wrapping up, The two devices are confirmed to featuring with 65W charging support, as from our judgment we believed the RMX3361 will be a Realme X9 device for Chinese markets. The device will be launch around in the month of August or later.
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