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.


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.