Possible Realme 8 Pro With 65W Fast Charging, 4500mAh Battery Appears on FCC Listing

The smartphone boots Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0 out of the box.

Realme 8 Pro

We all know that Realme is gearing up to launch Realme 8 series smartphones. A couple of days back, Realme CEO, Madhav Sheth shared a few details about the upcoming Realme 8 smartphone via social media teaser, but Realme 8 Pro has mostly been a mystery so far. Now, we have spotted a new Realme smartphone with model number RMX3081 on the FCC certification database. We have reasons to believe that this might be the upcoming Realme 8 Pro. The FCC certification reveals battery capacity and charging speeds supported by the upcoming device. Let us have a detailed look at the information revealed via FCC certification.

Realme RMX3081 will feature a 4,500mAh Battery with 65W fast-charging!

As per the FCC certification, the upcoming Realme RMX3081 will feature a 4,500mAh (typical) battery with up to 65W fast-charging support. Additionally, the certification reveals that the smartphone will boot Realme UI 2.0, which is based on Android 11. To those unaware, Realme had brought the flagship 65W fast-charging to mid-range smartphones starting with Realme 7 Pro. Also, the Realme 8 is confirmed to feature 30W fast-charging. As a consequence, we are guessing that the smartphone that appeared on FCC certification might be Realme 8 Pro.

Apart from these, the FCC certification also suggests that the smartphone will measure 162×74.9×6.85mm.

Realme 8 Pro: What we know so far!

Realme held its camera innovation event a couple of days back. In this event, Realme confirmed that the upcoming Realme 8 Pro will be equipped with a 108MP Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor. Realme 8 Pro is also confirmed to feature a quad-rear camera setup, similar to most other mid-range smartphones in the market. Apart from this, the smartphone might feature a display with a punch-hole cut-out.

There is a good chance that Realme 8 Pro will feature an AMOLED display, since its predecessor, Realme 7 Pro, had an AMOLED display. Also, it will not be surprising to see if Realme decides to go with a higher-refresh-rate panel on the Realme 8 Pro. You can head over to this post to learn more about Realme 8 and this post to learn more about Realme 8 Pro. What are your expectations from upcoming Realme 8 series smartphones? Do let us know in the comments below.