- Realme RMX3063 has received the FCC certification
- The listing shows the phone will come with a 5,000mAh battery, square-camera module, and Realme UI OS
- Realme RMX3063 moniker is still under wraps
A mysterious Realme phone with model number RMX3063 has been certified by the FCC in the US, as spotted by Nashville Chatter. While the certification documents do not reveal the marketing name of the phone, it does show a few key Realme RMX3063 specifications, including the battery capacity and connectivity features. The phone will pack a 5,000mAh battery going by the model number BLP729 and connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.2, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, GPS, and 4G LTE. A design sketch on the certification site shows the phone looks similar to the Realme C15 with a square-shaped camera module that could house triple cameras and an LED flash. The handset runs Realme UI 1.0 custom skin, probably based on Android 10.
To recall, the Realme RMX3063 was spotted on Russia’s EEC certification along with Indonesia’s TKDN and Sertifikasi certification websites. All this suggests the Realme RMX3063 launch could be inching closer. Unfortunately, this is all we know about the Realme RMX3063 at the moment and we hope to learn more in the coming days.
Realme had recently announced that it sold more than 8.3 million products during the recent Realme Festive Days sale in India from October 15th to November 16th through offline and online channels. Among the total, 6.3 million were smartphones, including 1.6 million Realme 7 series units, 1.35 million Narzo phones, and over 1.2 million Realme C11 units. The young brand mentioned that it had witnessed a 20 percent growth during the sale compared to last year’s festive day sale. Additionally, it sold 190,000 smart TVs, 1.25 million smart audio products, and over 350,000 smart wearables during the festive day sale. Realme launched over 50 IoT products in 2020 and aims to double down in 2021.