The Realme 10 (RMX3660), which has already received certification from a few organizations, including NBTC, has now obtained FCC approval, disclosing details about its design and charging speed as well as confirming the battery capacity.
The Realme 10 will only have two cameras on the back, as opposed to a schematic seen in one of the documents posted on the FCC website. Additionally, the first camera’s flash has been shifted to the right side and is now in a different location. Additionally, the volume rocker is visible on the Realme 10’s on the right-side of the frame.
The Realme 10’s front isn’t visible to us, but there’s a good probability that it will have a punch-hole screen instead of a notch.
The adapter with the product number VCB3HDUH on the FCC website is capable of 33W charging, as far as we’re aware. Furthermore, according to FCC papers, the Realme 10 will come with dual-band Wi-Fi connection and Realme UI 3.0 preinstalled.
Despite having a 5,000mAh battery, the Realme 10 won’t enable 5G. Realme is probably going to release a 5G version with new specifications.
The Realme 10 5G’s specifications are unknown, but courtesy to Geekbench, we know the Helio G99 SoC and have 8GB of RAM built-in. Although it hasn’t been verified, there could be other RAM options.
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