- Realme 7 Pro is tipped to feature 65W fast-charging support
- Realme 7i is expected to come with 5,000mAh battery and 18W charging
- Realme C17 will likely succeed the Realme C15
Apart from working on the Realme X7 and X7 Pro phones that are set to launch on September 1st, the company seems to be readying the Realme 7 Pro, Realme 7i (RMX2103) and Realme C17 (RMX2101) as well. These phones have bagged the NBTC certification, suggesting their launch could be around the corner. To recall, Realme 7 Pro with model number RMX2170 had already received BIS certification and was tipped to feature 65W fast-charging support and dual-cell battery. The device was also spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance, Indonesia Telecom, EEC, and Indonesia TKDN platforms. It will succeed the Realme 6 lineup from earlier this year.
The Realme 7i had also appeared on BIS, Indonesia Telecom, and Indonesia TKDN previously. China’s 3C listing claims that the phone will have 18W fast-charging support and a 4,890mAh battery (likely to be marketed as a 5,000mAh battery). The BIS certification suggests that it too will launch in India. The Realme C17 was spotted on Indonesia Telecom and Indonesia TKDN. The phone will likely succeed the Realme C15, which was launched in India this week. However, it may not find its way to India since the Reale C17 hasn’t cleared BIS yet.
The Realme 7 Pro, Realme 7i, and Realme C17 are expected to fall in the budget and affordable mid-range segments. The phones may launch in the coming months and it seems the company has a pretty busy schedule ahead. All three phones should launch in India in the months to come.