Realme 10 4G With 5000mAh Battery Spotted On FCC Certification

Last month, Realme 10 4G upcoming smartphone was spotted on the NBTC, BIS India, EEC, and CQC China. And Geekbench certification websites. Recently, the Realme 10 series vanilla model has been spotted on the US-based FCC certification. These certifications hinted towered the imminent launch of the device.

According to information, the Realme 10 4G has been listed on the FCC certification website under the model number RXM3630. The certification reveals some key specifications of the upcoming Realme 10 smartphone. Read more Realme UI, 4.0 Beta Update, To Come To These Realme Devices By The End of This Year

The listing has disclosed the Realme 10 will be powered by a 5000mAh battery and is expected to support 33W fast charging. In addition, it also revealed the design of the upcoming Redmi 10 series device. The design revealed the device would sport a dual-real camera setup with LED flash. Read more Realme UI 3.0: How To Change Device Name on Realme Smartphone

Moreover, it revealed the device would run on the Android 12-based on Realme UI 3.0 operating system. Apart from these, the FCC certification does not reveal any other information about its packs and launch. We will receive more information regarding the upcoming Realme 10 4G smartphone in the coming days. 

According to a previous report, the Realme 10 will be equipped with Octa-Core MediaTek Helio G99 with 6 cores and 8 GB of RAM. Although the company is yet to confirm any information about its launch and specifications, we can expect the Realme 10 4G to launch sometime early next year.


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