The mysterious Realme RMX3121 smartphone has received approval from the TENAA authority of China. This handset along with another device with model number RMX3122 was spotted at the 3C certification site in the previous week. The TENAA listing of the RMX3121 has revealed some of its key specifications and images.
The images of the Realme RMX3121 show that it has a tall aspect ratio screen with a teardrop notch. Its left spine has a volume rocker, and its right edge features a fingerprint scanner.
The back panel of the phone seems to be made from polycarbonate material. The upper-left corner of the smartphone has a triple camera setup and an LED flash unit placed inside a square-shaped module.
The Realme RMX3121 has 163.9 x 75.7 x 8.4mm dimensions and it has a 6.52-inch screen. The 5G-enabled phone is fueled by a 4,980mAh rated battery, which indicates its typical value could be 5,000mAh. It boots to Android 11 OS.
The 3C listing of the RMX3121 had revealed that its retail package may include an 18W charger. In the screenshot below, the other Realme phone with RMX3122 model number can be seen with an 18W charger. It is unclear whether it is a different handset or a variant of the RMX3121 phone.
Earlier this week, tipster Digital Chat Station had revealed that there is an upcoming Dimensity 700 SoC powered Realme smartphone with features like a teardrop notch display, a square-shaped camera module, and a 5,000mAh battery. He did not reveal the name of the device but speculated that it could end up as a lowest priced 5G phone. It is likely that this device may break cover as a Q-series product.