Mysterious Realme smartphone listed on TENAA listing with Android 11, 4880mAh battery

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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Realme is currently adding newer models under its lineups and the recent device to hit the rumor mill is the speculated Narzo 30 Pro. A mysterious phone has appeared on TENAA certification in China with model number RMX3161. Thanks to the model number of Narzo 20 Pro which is RMX2161, it is driven by the logic that the RMX3161 is nothing but a successor, and thus, Narzo 30 Pro although the same hasn’t been confirmed yet.

Talking about the TENAA listing, it comes with its pros such as the fact that the device has 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.8mm dimensions. This makes it slimmer than the Narzo 20 Pro even though it packs a humongous 4,880 mAh battery under the hood. We aren’t aware of the charging tech but since its predecessor got 65W fast charging tech, Narzo 30 Pro is likely to either have the same or an increased charging speed.

The device sports a giant 6.5-inch LCD as the phone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner chucking the possibility of having an OLED display. Further, the rear has a humongous quad-camera setup although we aren’t aware of the sensor sizes and details as of now. The quad-camera setup protrudes a bit above the back panel and comes with a rectangular camera bump although not that big which is great. The device is expected to arrive with Android 11-powered Realme UI 2.0 out-of-the-box.

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TENAA listing further confirms that the device sports 5G connectivity which is another USP of the device. We don’t have much information about the processor it will pack in or the pricing, release date, and others. Thus, you will have to wait for some time to know more about the device here on True-Tech.

To put things into context, the Realme Narzo 20 Pro arrives with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD 90Hz display with MediaTek Helio G95 SoC under the hood. It has a 64GB/128GB ROM and 6GB/8GB RAM configurations on-board and comes along with a 48+8+2+2MP camera setup at the back while the front has a 16MP front camera setup.

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Realme is currently adding newer models under its lineups and the recent device to hit the rumor mill is the speculated Narzo 30 Pro. A mysterious phone has appeared on TENAA certification in China with model number RMX3161. Thanks to the model number of Narzo 20 Pro which is RMX2161, it is driven by the logic that the RMX3161 is nothing but a successor, and thus, Narzo 30 Pro although the same hasn’t been confirmed yet.

Talking about the TENAA listing, it comes with its pros such as the fact that the device has 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.8mm dimensions. This makes it slimmer than the Narzo 20 Pro even though it packs a humongous 4,880 mAh battery under the hood. We aren’t aware of the charging tech but since its predecessor got 65W fast charging tech, Narzo 30 Pro is likely to either have the same or an increased charging speed.

The device sports a giant 6.5-inch LCD as the phone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner chucking the possibility of having an OLED display. Further, the rear has a humongous quad-camera setup although we aren’t aware of the sensor sizes and details as of now. The quad-camera setup protrudes a bit above the back panel and comes with a rectangular camera bump although not that big which is great. The device is expected to arrive with Android 11-powered Realme UI 2.0 out-of-the-box.

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TENAA listing further confirms that the device sports 5G connectivity which is another USP of the device. We don’t have much information about the processor it will pack in or the pricing, release date, and others. Thus, you will have to wait for some time to know more about the device here on True-Tech.

To put things into context, the Realme Narzo 20 Pro arrives with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD 90Hz display with MediaTek Helio G95 SoC under the hood. It has a 64GB/128GB ROM and 6GB/8GB RAM configurations on-board and comes along with a 48+8+2+2MP camera setup at the back while the front has a 16MP front camera setup.

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