Realme appears to be prepping up for the launch of the new smartphone in Q-series dubbed as the Realme Q3s. The device was spotted on TENAA certification website a few days back. The TENAA listing had disclosed the images of the handset and detailed specifications ahead of the official launch. Now, in a recent development, the smartphone has appeared on Geekbench. The Geekbench listing reveals that the Realme Q3s will come with Snapdragon 778G SoC and 8GB of RAM. Let’s take a look at the detailed specifications of the handset ahead:
Realme Q3s Specifications Revealed
In the Geekbench results, the Realme Q3s (RMX3461) have managed to score 791 and 2783 points in the single-core and multi-core tests. The smartphone will be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 778G SoC as per the preliminary Geekbench test results. The device will pack up to 8GB of RAM and it will run Android 11 out of the box with Realme UI 2.0 on top. As mentioned above, the handset has already gained the TENAA certification by the end of last month. As per the TENAA certification details, the Realme Q3s is tipped to feature a 6.59-inch display. The display panel is supposed to offer Full HD+ resolution. According to the images revealed by the TENAA certification, the phone’s display will have a punch-hole which will consist of a selfie camera.
In terms of the optics department, the Realme Q3s is supposed to feature a 48MP triple-camera setup. The 48MP sensor might be accompanied by a pair of 2MP depth and macro camera units. For the selfie purpose, the smartphone is rumoured to sport a 16MP camera. Apart from the 8GB RAM variant, the device might be introduced in 6GB/12GB RAM models. The smartphone is supposed to launch in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options.
A 5000mAh battery is rumoured to fuel the device which might offer fast charging support. The device is likely to be introduced in Dark Blue and Aurora Purple colour options. As of now, the company has not scheduled any launch date of the Realme Q3s. Rumours suggest that the device will launch in China this month.