Last month, an unannounced Realme smartphone, bearing the model number RMX2040, was spotted on NBTC. Going by the model number, the RMX2040 was said to be the Realme 6i — a successor to the Realme 5i that made its debut in December last year. Today, we have spotted the RMX2040 (Realme 6i) on FCC, as the device has just been certified through the US agency. And this listing reveals a bunch of specs and live images of the upcoming handset from Realme.
Realme 6i Certified By The FCC
According to the listing, the Realme 6i runs on ColorOS 7, has dual-SIM connectivity, and packs a 5000mAh battery. The listing reveals that the smartphone measures 164.4mm x 75.4mm x 9.0mm, and weighs 195 grams. According to it, the device has a power key mounted to the left side of the device and volume rocker to the right side of the device.
Coming to the live images of the Realme 6i revealed by the FCC, the first image of the Realme 6i reveals that the smartphone has a display with a notch which houses a single front-facing camera. The second image shows the back panel of the device, which reveals that the Realme 6i has a quad-camera setup at the rear with a 48MP primary sensor, a fingerprint scanner mounted beside the rear camera module, and a glossy back panel. The third image shows that Realme 6i a 3.5mm audio jack, microUSB port, and loudspeaker mounted at the bottom part of the device. The listing on FCC also reveals an image of the charger of the Realme 6i, and it shows that the charger is rated to put out 18W of power.
Unfortunately, those are the only details of the smartphone the certification listing on FCC reveals. That being said, I am sure we will come to know more about the device once the launch nears. Going by the live images of the smartphone, it looks like the development of the Realme 6i is almost complete, and the device is ready to make it to the limelight. However, it doesn’t make sense for Realme to launch the Realme 6i so soon, as it hasn’t even been three months since the brand has launched the Realme 5i.