Realme RMX3161 specs appear on Geekbench: Snapdragon 750G SoC, 8GB RAM, and more

Could this be the Realme 8 Pro 5G?

  • A Realme smartphone with model number Realme RMX3161 just showed up on Geekbench. 
  • It runs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset with 8GB of RAM and Android 11. 
  • The device in question could possibly be the upcoming Realme 8 Pro 5G. 

A Realme smartphone running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset has been spotted on Geekbench. Little is known about the mystery smartphone with model number RMX3161. We know that it isn’t the Realme 8 5G because it is confirmed to run the MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset. Perhaps it could be its elder sibling – the Realme 8 Pro 5G – which is also allegedly in the works. It makes sense, considering that the Snapdragon 750G is a mid-range chipset idea for bringing 5G connectivity to devices like the Realme 8 Pro. Furthermore, it makes a perfect upgrade for the Snapdragon 732G that the non-5G variant runs.

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Also read: Realme 8 5G roundup: launch date, expected price in India, specifications, and more

Realme RMX3161 to come with Snapdragon 750G SoC

As you can see above, the mystery Realme RMX3161, as spotted by MySmartPrice, manages to score 657 and 1940 in single and multi-core tests, respectively. This particular variant appears to have 8GB of RAM and is running Android 11. Unfortunately, the Geekbench listing is quite light on information about other Realme RMX3161 specs, other than the fact that it runs an Adreno 619 GPU. While there is a high likelihood that the Realme RMX3161 could be the Realme 8 Pro 5G, we don’t know that for sure just yet. More information about it should emerge online in the coming days. 

If the Realme RMX3161 is indeed the Realme 8 Pro 5G, we can expect it to pack the same 108MP quad-camera array found on the 4G variant. An AMOLED screen is given, too, along with the 4,500mAh battery with 50W or 65W fast charging support. Then again, there is a possibility that the Realme RMX3161 could be an entirely different device, so it’s hard to accurately predict what its specifications could be.