Realme GT Series Smartphone with 65W Fast Charging Spotted on 3C Certification Website: Expected Specifications

The upcoming Realme GT series phone could come with Snapdragon 888 SoC.

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Realme is working on at least a couple of Realme GT series smartphones 一 one of them has been officially confirmed by the company as the Realme GT 2 Pro and the other mysterious Realme GT series device was spotted on TENAA a couple of weeks back with RMX3310 model number. A new listing on the 3C certification website has confirmed the charging speed of the upcoming Realme GT series device which was also spotted with the model number that matches our previous findings.

Realme RMX3310 3C Certification

The upcoming Realme GT series device with model number RMX3310 was spotted on 3C certification website, which has given out information on the charging speed of the device. The phone will come with support for 10V/6.5A charging capabilities, which in other words will support 65W fast charging. This year, most of Realme’s mid-range devices in the X series, as well as the GT series, offers the same charging speed and it looks like Realme is likely to follow the same going ahead. Realme GT Series - 3C

Apart from the charging speed, the website also confirms that the device will support 5G network. Since the device was spotted on TENAA a few days back, here is what we can expect from the upcoming Realme GT series smartphone.

As per the listing, the Realme RMX3310 Spotted will come with a 6.62-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with 2400×1080 pixels screen resolution. The device could be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 888 SoC with 8GB/12GB RAM and 128GB/256GB storage options. In terms of optics, the phone is said to feature a 50MP primary lens, a secondary 8MP shooter and a 2MP camera. which could be either a macro or a depth sensor. To the front, the device will sport a 16MP selfie camera. The device will also come with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a dual cell 2,440mAh battery.

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