The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has revealed information about the new low-cost smartphone Realme: the device with the code designation RMX3061 can replenish the range of Realme C-series devices (the first image shows the Realme C15 model).


The schematic drawing, published in the FCC documentation, says that in the upper left corner on the back of the case will be a multi-module camera enclosed in a square-shaped block with rounded corners. It combines three components with image sensors and a flash.

It is known that the available novelty is equipped with a Bluetooth 4.2 controller and a Wi-Fi adapter with support for the 2.4 GHz frequency range. Power will be provided by a 5000 mAh rechargeable battery.


The smartphone will come with Android 10 operating system, complemented by the proprietary Realme UI 1.0 interface. Support for 5G cellular networks is not provided.

It should be noted that Realme is actively strengthening its position in the global smartphone market. According to Counterpoint Technology Market Research estimates, in the third quarter of this year, Realme shipped 14.8 million cell phones, taking the seventh place in the ranking of the leading suppliers. The weakening of Huawei / Honor under the yoke of US sanctions opens up new prospects for Realme to increase its share.

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