Realme Q5 Pro specs leak: SD870 chipset, 120Hz AMOLED display, Q5i to follow with Dimensity 810
The Realme Q5 series will be officially unveiled next week, but the company has already confirmed some key details – 80W charging and 5,000 mAh batteries, for example. It’s not quite clear if these will be featured on all devices or just the Realme Q5 Pro or on all models in the series.
Speaking of, Weibo user Panda is bald shared details for three Realme devices, starting with the Pro. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 870 chipset, which was confirmed by Geekbench. The benchmark reports that the RMX3372 (the model name of the Pro) had 8 GB of RAM and ran Android 12.
Further specs include a 6.62” AMOLED display (FHD+) with 120 Hz refresh rate. Also on the front there will be a 16 MP selfie camera.
On the back, a 64 MP primary module (f/1.8), an 8 MP ultra wide-angle camera (119°) and a 2 MP macro cam (4 cm focus distance). As expected, the Realme Q5 Pro will indeed have a 5,000 mAh battery with 80W fast charging. And don’t forget about the Vans special edition. We have mentioned it before, but the Q5 Pro will be an improved version of the GT Neo2.
Moving on, the Realme Q5i will be powered by the old Dimensity 810 chipset. It will have a 6.58” LCD (FHD+) and an 8 MP selfie camera, plus a 13 MP rear camera and 2 MP depth sensor. The battery will have 5,000 mAh capacity, no mention of fast charging. If not for the display, we could have confused the Q5i for the new Oppo A57 5G.
Both the Q5 Pro and Q5i (RMX3574) have previously been featured on TENAA with these same specs.
The third device is the Realme V23, which looks like a variation of the Q5i with a better rear camera with a 48 MP sensor.
Will there be a vanilla Q5? Possibly, maybe one or two more models, but we haven’t heard anything about them yet.
- 16 Apr 2022
What could be the cost of phone under 20k to 25k
- 15 Apr 2022
but still sd 870 is very capable soc till this day, without any heat issue with right price, still way better choice than other problematic high end soc
- 15 Apr 2022
Why not dinensity 900 or 1000L instead of 810 after all right now they cost the same