Realme 6 and its far more powerful pro variant had been lately certified by IMDA in Singapore, hinting that the two phones’ debut is on the horizon. Now, the two future Realme telephones have been certified by Wi-Fi Alliance. The Wi-Fi Alliance’s database has also disclosed a few particulars about the Realme 6 aka RMX2001 and the Realme 6 Professional carrying the design range RMX2061. The Realme 6 is tipped to pack a MediaTek SoC, while the Realme 6 Professional is mentioned to run Android 10 on the computer software facet.
The Realme 6’s Wi-Fi Alliance listing mentions guidance for 2.4GHz and 5GHz network bands, while its connectivity portfolio includes Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/a/ac together with the WPA2 security conventional. Much more importantly, the Realme 6’s listing on the database evidently mentions MT6785T in the hardware variation. In situation you really don’t know, MT6785T is the interior design range of the MediaTek Helio G90T SoC. The new gaming-centric octa-main MediaTek SoC was released again in July last yr and it packs ARM Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A55 CPU cores, while graphics are managed by the Mali-G76 3EEMC4 GPU.
As for the cellphone by itself, Realme 6 is tipped to pack a four,300mAh battery, having said that, there is no information on the fast charging output. Realme 6’s proportions are 162.1 x 74.eight x nine.6mm and it will weigh 191 grams. The cellphone will arrive with guidance for Bluetooth 5. (BR+EDR+BLE conventional) as well. Nevertheless, we are still to arrive across any official teaser or confirmation relating to the arrival of Realme 6 series of telephones.
Chatting about the Realme 6 series, the far more powerful Realme 6 Professional has also been noticed on the Wi-Fi Alliance database following receiving the IMDA certification. The Realme 6 Pro’s Wi-Fi Alliance listing mentions the design range RMX2061 and lists guidance for twin-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n//ac conventional, finish with WPA2 compatibility. The cellphone is shown as managing Android 10, most probably with ColorOS skin on major and the Realme UI makeover. The Realme 6 series telephones are tipped to ditch the notch and may sport a hole-punch design.