Tomorrow, Realme will be taking off covers from the Realme Q3 series of smartphones. The company took to its Weibo account to share a render of the Psychedelic Silver edition of the Realme Q3.
The Realme Q3’s silver version seems to feature a metal back with a holographic strip for the Dare to Leap branding. The handset can be seen sporting a square-shaped camera module at the top-left corner. The rear design of the smartphone is quite similar to the Realme V13 5G phone, which was announced last month in China.
The appearance of the Realme Q3 is different from the Realme Q3 Pro smartphone that features a rectangle-shaped camera module. The official render of the smartphone has revealed that it will be equipped with a 64-megapixel triple camera system.
Recently, three Realme phones with model numbers RMX3041, RMX3042, and RMX3043 were approved by the TENAA authority of China. These phones were spotted with identical designs. Since the RMX3043 has already launched as the Realme V13 5G, it seems that the Realme Q3 could either be the RMX3041 or RMX3042 smartphone.
Interestingly, both Realme RMX3041 and RMX3042 have appeared on the Geekbench benchmarking platform today. Both phones have been found to be equipped with Dimensity 700 chipset and Android 11 OS. The RMX3041 has 8 GB of RAM, whereas the RMX3042 has 6 GB of RAM.
The TENAA appearance of the RMX3041 and RMX3042 revealed that these devices measure 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.5mm and feature a 6.5-inch display. Both phones were found to be equipped with 5G support, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, and a 4,980mAh rated battery. The other specs of these phones are not known yet.