Realme 6 Pro was spotted at a certification website. Realme 5 series of phones on the market are still fairly fresh, but it seems that Realme has already started working on its successor, tentatively named the Realme 6 series. The Realme 6 series will consist of the Realme 6, Realme 6 Pro, and Realme 6i, following the current portfolio of the company. One of them – the Realme 6 Pro-has now been accredited by IMDA from Singapore. While the database of the certification authority does not say anything about the hardware specifications, it confirms that the Realme 6 Pro is in the pipeline.
The upcoming IMDA listing of Realme phone, first spotted by tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings), clearly mentions the brand Realme 6 Pro and reveals also the model number RMX2061. Ironically, this model number, along with the alleged Realme 6 bearing the model number RMX2040, was reportedly spotted on the BIS database in India.
Sadly, the supposed BIS listing makes no mention of the specifications of the Realme 6 or the Realme 6 Pro, but if it is real, it makes it abundantly clear that the Realme 6 Pro is on their way to India. According to a previous report, the RMX2061 phone is apparently India’s version of a Realme phone recently spotted on the US FCC database bearing model number RMX2063 and packing a 4,300mAh battery on it.
There’s no news as yet as to when the Realme 6 Pro will be released in India or any other markets. And there have been so far, sadly, no reliable leaks that could shed some light on its requirements. However, given its predecessor’s hardware, it’s safe to assume that the Realme 6 Pro will pack quad rear cameras and a Snapdragon 7xx series processor or its equivalent MediaTek. In addition, the purported live images of the Realme 6 showed a hole-punch display, which suggests this choice of design could also trickle down to the Realme 6 Pro.