The Realme RMX3366 has just been certified by Chinese regulator TENAA, and the smartphone’s key specs and photos have been posted on its website. The listing reveals a phone that looks like an Oppo Reno5 series member at first, but that has its own distinct traits as you look closer.
The front of the RMX3366 has a 6.55” OLED with curved edges and likely one selfie camera. Given the lack of any visible fingerprint scanners, we’re pretty confident the sensor is under the display.
On the inside is a dual-cell battery, with one of the cells being 2,200 mAh, meaning a total of 4,400 mAh minimal capacity.
The TENAA listing also confirmed the new Realme will have Android 11 out of the box, likely with Realme UI 2.0 on top. We expect the phone to be powered by a Snapdragon 778G or Snapdragon 870, based on the frequency listed, but we’ll probably know more when the company starts its official teaser campaign.