Realme has been very competitive and productive in bringing new designs to their smartphones and this year we have already seen many launches from the company with different attractive design patterns but one thing is seen common in most of those devices which consumers were disappointed with, and that is about the placement of camera module. In a response to a user about this query on social media, realme India CMO, Francis said that they are going to bring an all-new smartphone and he promised that “From the shape to the placement, all look different”. And in no time, a realme smartphone pops up online in leaks sheet from MIIT TENAA Certification revealing new design.
The device is dubbed as RMX2121 on leak sheet and has a new camera module setup unlike the previous vertical arrangements. This new setup looks more similar to the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, a rectangular moduled setup with more width and space.
One more thing that we can observe from the leaked images is the arrangement of the fingerprint scanner which seems to be completely missing on the rear side of the device. So here we can assume that whether it might be carrying a side-mounted scanner or in-display fingerprint sensor with an AMOLED display.
Apart from these specifications, RMX2121 will be a 5G device coupled with 6.55″ punch hole display and a dual-cell battery which seems to be more similar to the earlier leaks of the device which received TUV Rheinland certificate. Considering the specifications we have received till now, we can assume that this new device will be a flagship smartphone as we have seen realme using the dual-cell batteries on flagship devices for a faster charging solution (here we feel that it might come up with SuperDART charging) to meet the market needs.
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