Realme 5G Smartphone Spotted on Multiple Certificate Websites, Could Be the Realme X3

Realme’s Fast expanding catalog of smartphones Appears to be getting another addition.
A new Realme smartphone has been seen on multiple certificate websites with model number RMX2142. These listings simply state that the phone supports 5G and that it’ll have rapid charging service. But, the model number itself seems to suggest that the phone might be the Realme X3, given its similarity to the newly seen Realme X3 SuperZoom. However, these are merely speculations and there has been no official word out of Realme.
As per a report from MySmartPrice, the Realme smartphone with model number RMX2142 was seen on Chinese certificate site 3C, in addition to on MIIT certification site. Both of these listings say the phone with model number RMX2142 supports 5G. The 3C list also shows the charging specifications expected to come with the phone and it looks like there will be served for 30W charging. We were able to verify the 3C list although not the MIIT certification.

Alleged Realme X3 may encourage 30W quickly charging

To remember, a Realme phone with version number RMX2086 has been recently spotted on Thailand’s NBTC certificate site with the name Realme X3 SuperZoom. Given the similarities between both model numbers, we guess that the telephone using model number RMX2142 is the Realme X3.
Talking about the Realme X3 SuperZoom, the phone was spotted in a Few Geekbench listings as well, along with the NBTC record. Both of these state the phone is going to have an octa-core processor and will come with 12GB of RAM. The phone was also seen on Indian accreditation website BIS indicating its launch in the Indian sector. Additionally, the listings only hinted in an LTE option and no 5G, unlike the RMX2142 that will have support for 5G.
Realme is yet to announce the Realme X3 series, a successor to the Realme X2 series which included the Realme X2 along with the Realme X2 Pro.

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