- Realme 8i and 8s India launch have been tipped.
- The former will arrive as a successor to the Realme 7i.
- Realme 8i had received Columbian, TKDN, IMEI, EEC and TENAA certifications.
After Realme 8, 8 Pro and 8 5G, the company seems to be working on Realme 8i and Realme 8s launch in India soon, according to noted tipster Mukul Sharma. A Realme phone with the model number RMX2205 had received TENAA certification back in April, thereby revealing images and key specifications. The handset is speculated to be the Realme 8i. However, another Realme phone with the model number RMX315 had recently received Columbian certification after it was spotted on TKDN, IMEI, and EEC. It is said to be Realme 8i as well, which is a bit confusing. It’s possible that one could be the Realme 8i, while the other is Realme 8s. While the certifications don’t reveal anything except that it will come with 5G connectivity, the Realme 8i will arrive as a successor to the Realme 7i and should be priced affordably.
Tipster Mukul Sharma’s tweet is cryptic yet easy enough to decipher. The tweet simply reads “8, i, s” which seems to suggest that the Realme 8 series will soon include the Realme 8i and Realme 8s in India.
The Realme 8i images show it has triple cameras arranged in a rectangular module and ‘Dare to Leap’ branding on the back. It has a punch-hole cutout on the corner and a power button on the right spine, while the volume rocker is on the left. It has a physical fingerprint sensor for security and probably an in-display fingerprint sensor, which suggests it will have an AMOLED display. The listing suggests the Realme RMX2205 will be a 5G offering that will measure 158.5 x 73.3 x 8.4.
The Realme 8i said to measure feature a 6.43-inch display and pack a 4,400mAh battery that may have fast-charging support. It is said to run on Android 11 OS and dual-SIM dual standby support. That’s pretty much everything we so far know about the Realme 8i phone at the moment but nothing much about the Realme 8s but since they are said to be in the works, we hope to learn more information going forward. Stick around.