Realme C31 with 5000mAh Battery Appears on FCC Certification Website, Launch Imminent

The Realme C31 will come preloaded with Android 11.

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Realme is expected to launch the Realme C31 handset in the coming months. The Realme C31 with model number RMX3501 was spotted on NBTC certification website just last month. Now, in a new development, we have spotted the upcoming Realme C31 handset on the FCC certification website. The FCC certification also reveals some of the key specifications of the upcoming C-series handset. As per the listing, the handset will feature a 5,000mAh battery and will support 10W charging. Let us take a look at Realme C31 FCC lising.

Realme C31 Will Boot Android 11!

The Realme C31 appeared on the FCC certification site with model number RMX3501. The handset will feature a 5,000mAh (rated capacity) battery with model number BLP877. However, the rated capacity of the battery will be 4890mAh. As per the listing, the Realme C31 will support 10W charging.

The listing further reveals that the upcoming Realme C31 will boot Android 11. As usual, we should see Realme UI 2.0 on top of Android 11. It might be a bit disappointing for many considering the fact that Android 11 was announced in 2020. FCC listing also confirms Bluetooth 5.0 support on the RMX3501.

Apart from this, the FCC listing doesn’t reveal anything about the upcoming Realme C31. However, we can expect the handset to offer a large HD+ resolution display and a multi-camera setup. The handset might make use of a MediaTek Helio or UniSoC processor.

To recall, the Realme C21 comes with a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD display and offers a 13MP triple-rear camera setup. The C21 is powered by an octa-core Helio G35 processor and a 5,000mAh battery. The handset supports 10W charging and also has a fingerprint scanner.

We can also expect the handset to appear on other certification websites in the coming weeks. What are your expectations from the upcoming Realme C31 handset? Do let us know in the comments below.

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