The Realme Q3 series will be launched on April 22 in China, the company announced in a post on Weibo. A few days before the launch, the Realme Q3 Pro was spotted on the TENAA and Geekbench platforms, which offer some key specs of the smartphone. In addition, Realme’s director of industrial design Xianghai Sire revealed that the smartphones in the series will have a fluorescent color option that will glow in the dark. The images irritated by the company show that the color option will look somewhat like the color version of Realme 8 Pro Illuminating Yellow.
The launch of the Realme Q3 series was announced from Realme on Weibo. Although there is no information about the expected models, the head of the company said in Weibo post that the phones in the series will have a fluorescent color option that will glow in the dark like a “firefly”. He says this is done because the color will offer a futuristic look and allow people to feel close to nature.
The TENAA list was noticed from tipster Digital Chat Station on Weibo and from Mukul Sharma on Twitter. The list suggests that claims Realme Q3 Pro bears the model number RMX2205 and will have a 6.43-inch display. The phone with two SIM cards is believed to be equipped with a 4,400 mAh battery and runs on Android 11. The handset is in the list of dimensions 158.5×73.3×8.4 mm. And the images in the list suggest that the smartphone will have a quad camera setting.
Supposed Geekbench list of Realme Q3 Pro, noticed from MySmartPrice, also has the same model number (RMX2205) as the TENAA list. The Realme hearing smartphone managed to score 856 and 3,538 points in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. The list also reveals that the phone will be powered by the ARM MT6891Z, which is the code name for the MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC. This is in line with the above report which also claims the presence of this SoC under the hood. In addition, the smartphone is included in the list of 8 GB of RAM and Android 11.
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