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Realme RMX1833 appears on Geekbench with Helio P60 chipset and 4GB RAM

15 November 2018 5

From the look of the things, the Oppo sub-brand Realme is getting ready to announce another mid-range smartphone. Today an unknown Realme phone bearing model number RMX1833 appears on Geekebench listing. The listing reveals a few key details regarding the hardware specs sheet. The device is powered up by the Mediatek Helio P60 chipset. Just for the sake of the reminder, this chipset was used for the first Realme phone.

So far Realme announced four phones for the Indian market, the Realme 1 has the MediaTek chipset whereas the other three Realme phones have Qualcomm's chipset under the hood. As expected the listing didn't reveal the name of the phone but most likely it will be announced as Realme 3.

Recently MediaTek announced new mid-range chipset P70. Soon after the announcement Realme India CEO confirmed the brand will be the first to announce P70 chipset powered phone globally. Apart from the chipset details, the Geekbench listing reveals the upcoming Realme phone pre-installed with Android Oreo 8.1 and the chipset is accompanied with 4GB RAM.

On single-core benchmark, the device achieves 1560 points whereas on multi-core the device scores 5926 points. At the moment much of the details regarding the upcoming Realme phone is still in dark but the company CEO recently stated upcoming phone will have VOOC charging technology like Oppo phones. We can expect more details regarding the upcoming Realme phone will appear in the coming days. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.



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