Realme RMX3310's specs and design revealed in TENAA certification listing

Sagar, 07 December 2021

Realme is expected to launch new smartphones soon, including the flagship GT 2 Pro and the 9i. The company hasn't divulged much about these yet, but a new Realme smartphone bearing model designation RMX3310 has been TENAA certified, revealing design and specs in the process.

The Realme RMX3310 is powered by an octa-core processor with a maximum clock speed of 2.84GHz, suggesting a Snapdragon 888 SoC at the helm. The smartphone has two RAM (8/12GB) and storage (128/256GB) options and runs Android. The certifying authority doesn't tell us which version of Android, but we hope it's Android 12 with Realme UI 3.0 on top.

Realme RMX3310's specs and design revealed as it gets TENAA certified

The RMX3310 is built around a 6.62" FullHD+ AMOLED screen with a fingerprint reader underneath, and its rear panel, reminiscent of the GT Neo2's, sports a triple camera system comprising 50MP, 8MP, and 2MP units. For selfies and video calls, you get a 16MP camera.

TENAA has listed the RMX3310 with a rated battery capacity of 2,440 mAh. Although this refers to a single cell, and the total typical battery size should be 5,000 mAh.

The Realme RXM3310 supports 5G networks, weighs 199.8 grams, and is 8.6mm thick. It will come in black, white, blue, and green colors, but we don't know what its marketing name is and when it will go official.

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Reader comments

In China tho this is released. And im not sure the 50mp cam might be the imx 766. Only if they had 12mp or 16mp uw cam. And the dimensity 1200 is erfecrly capable. Infact its kinda better sinc eit doesn't heta that much.

  • Anonymous

The Realme GT itself retails for $450, while sporting similar specs. There's literally nothing that makes this a successor of the GT, let alone a pro version of it.

For under 500 there aren't many optio s to match this, so yes, it will probs be a great deal. But this will release in China I think. And maybe it'll go global in 2022

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