Realme has already confirmed that it’s launching the Realme 6 and 6 Pro in India next week, on March 5. The phones will be joined by the company’s first fitness band.
The Realme 6 Pro has so far been rumored to sport the Snapdragon 720G chipset, and today it’s been spotted in the Geekbench results database. The model number RMX2061 has been associated with the Realme 6 Pro through a previous IMDA certification.
The SoC isn’t specified in the benchmark listing, but we do get to find out that at least one version of the handset will come with 8GB of RAM. It will also run Android 10 from day one, presumably with the brand new Realme UI on top.
The results seem similar to those of the Realme X2, which has a Snapdragon 730G at the helm, so that’s about the level of performance you should expect in day to day use.
Anyway, the Realme 6 Pro is expected to boast a 90Hz display, quad rear cameras with support for 20x hybrid/digital zoom – a 64 MP main sensor, a telephoto, an ultrawide, and a dedicated macro snapper. The device will support 30W fast charging. According to a past leak of press renders, it will be offered in three colors: purple, orange, and blue.