According to a Weibo user @WHYLAB, a new Realme machine called RMX3116 appeared on the official website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology recently. At the same time, he provided the TENAA photos of the upcoming smartphone.

According to the certification information, the phone will sport a 6.55-inch screen and dual 2200mAh batteries that support 10V 6.5A fast charging, which converts to 65W. This phone will support 5G network, have dual card dual standby function, and run on the Android 11 system out of the box. In addition, the size of the smartphone is relatively small, measuring 159.9×7.34×7.8mm.

As we can see from the photos of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Realme machine adopts a side opening design. The whistleblower also said that the phone is expected to be the Realme X9. According to previous news, the screen of this handset will support a 90Hz refresh rate.

The Realme X7 series smartphones currently on sale were released in 2020. They are considered to be mid-rangers. The standard variant is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 800U chip. At the same time, the Realme X7 Pro comes with the Dimensity 1000+, which is considered to be a flagship chip. They all support 5G. The whistleblower also said before that the Realme X9 Pro should sport the new Dimensity 1200 chip and it will have a 108MP main camera.

Dimensity 1200 Parameters

The chip is based on a 6-nanometer process. The CPU uses ARM’s latest A78 core with a frequency of 3.0GHz. There are also 3 large A78 cores with a frequency of 2.6GHz and 4 small A55 cores. As the manufacturer claims, its performance has been increased by 22% and energy efficiency has been increased by 25%.

The Dimensity 1200 also integrates a new generation of 5G modem. There is also a power-saving 5G UltraSave technology to ensure power consumption under the SA network. In addition, the chip has 5G global band bandwidth support. And MediaTek claims that its downlink speed in urban areas is 25% faster than competing products.

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