The Realme Q3 series will be released in China on April 22nd, according to a post on Weibo by the brand. Realme Q3 Pro has reportedly been spotted on the TENAA and Geekbench websites a few days before its launch, indicating some key specs of the smartphone. Furthermore, Xianghai Sire, Realme’s industrial design chief, has announced that the smartphones in the series will come in a fluorescent colour that will shine in the dark. According to the photos released by the manufacturer, the colour choice would resemble the Illuminating Yellow colour version of the Realme 8 Pro.
Realme announced the debut of the Realme Q3 series on Weibo. Although no details on the anticipated models have been released, a company executive stated on Weibo that the handsets in the series will have a fluorescent colour choice that will glow in the dark like a “firefly.” He claims that this is achieved because the colour has a futuristic appearance and allows people to feel more connected to nature.
Digital Chat Station on Weibo and Mukul Sharma on Twitter both spotted the TENAA listing. According to the listing, the supposed Realme Q3 Pro will have a 6.43-inch touchscreen and the model number RMX2205. The dual-SIM phone will reportedly have a 4,400mAh battery and run on Android 11. The dimensions of the phone are 158.5×73.3×8.4mm. According to the photos in the listing, the phone would have a quad-camera system.
MySmartPrice discovered a suspected Geekbench listing for the Realme Q3 Pro, which has the same model number (RMX2205) as the TENAA listing. In single-core and multi-core samples, the rumored Realme smartphone scored 856 and 3,538 points, respectively. The handset will be operated by the ARM MT6891Z, which is a codename for MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC, according to the page. This is consistent with a prior study that said this SoC was present under the hood. In addition, the phone is said to have 8GB of RAM and Android 11.