“Realme RMX2021 has managed to score 328 points in single-core and 1167 in the multi-core test, respectively”
A mysterious Realme phone with model number RMX2021 has appeared on Geekbench. This comes just a day after Realme 6i (RMX2040) had been spotted on the platform. The listing suggests the Realme RMX2021 has scored 328 points in single-core and 1167 in the multi-core test, which suggests we’re looking at an entry-level phone. Geekbench revealed the phone would come with 3GB RAM and boot Android 10 OS, probably skinned with Realme UI 1.0.
The Realme RMX2021 will be powered by the MediaTek MT6763V/CE, which is the model number for the dated Helio P23 SoC. It’s possible the phone could be a new model in the Realme 6 series that debuted recently. Unfortunately, not much else is known about this mysterious Realme phone, but we might come across information going forward.
Separately, Realme 6i (RMX2040) had bagged the FCC certification in the US back in February. The handset flaunts a waterdrop notch to accommodate the selfie snapper. The listing suggested the phone would feature a 48MP quad-camera setup, pack a 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast-charging support. There is also a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor for security.
According to the FCC images, the Realme 6i has the volume rocker and SIM tray on the left side of the frame, while the right side houses the power button. The 3.5mm audio jack, speaker grille, and USB Type-C port are at the bottom. The phone is said to measure 164.4 x 75.x 9.0mm and weigh 195 grams. Geekbench listing revealed the Realme 6i would ship with Android 10 OS, 4GB RAM and MediaTek Helio G70 SoC.