Suspected Leaks Of Realme 6i Has Emerged: 7 Facts You Should Know (FCC Certifications)
As superstar Salman Khan has joined the Realme camp as brand ambassador, and the anticipation around Realme 6, Realme 6 Pro has gained momentum, sudden leaks of Realme 6i has emerged.
This makes things even more interesting since Realme has launched Realme 5i barely a month earlier.
As per some reports, Realme 6i will be launched after Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro’s launch.
The leaks reveal the specs and features of Realme 6i, which have been certified via FCC, for a model called RMX2040 (which is actually 6i)
Here are 5 facts you must know about Realme 6i
- There are total of 6 images for Realme 6i which have been leaked, which shows the dimensions of the smartphone. A centrally located notch is clearly visible, which houses the front camera.
- At the same time, there is a quad camera set up in the back, with fingerprint sensor also visible. The four cameras are aligned vertically. In the back, right besides the camera, there is a flash light as well. Pretty decent design.
- Its not confirmed, but the rear camera seems to have 48MP camera as the primary sensor.
- The left side of the smartphone has volume buttons and a SIM tray, and the right hand side has the power button. Almost same as Realme 6.
- In the bottom, there is the 3.5 mm headphone jack, along with USB-type C port for charging, and data transfer. It seems that 18W fast charging mechanism has been added. A speaker grill exists in the bottom.
- As per the FCC listings, this smartphone wil run on ColorOS 7.0, and 5000 mAh battery will exist.
- Lastly, the dimensions: This smartphone which has been certified, measures 164.4×75.4×9.0mm and weighs just 195 grams. Bluetooth 5.0, 4G LTE connectivity, NFC, FM Radio, and GPS also exists, as per the certifications.
Realme 6 and Realme 6i will launch on March 5th, and most probably, Salman Khan will be present there, who has become the brand ambassador for Realme.
Realme 6i is expected to launch shortly after that.
We will keep you updated, as more details come in.
Image Source: FCC