- Realme RMX3261 has received the FCC certification.
- Key specs include a 4,880mAh battery, Android 11 OS, and 4G LTE connectivity.
- The marketing name of Realme RMX3261 remains a mystery, for now.
A mysterious Realme phone with model number RMX3261 has received the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) certification. The listing reveals some key specifications alongside the front and rear design of the phone. To recall, the phone had already bagged IMEI, TKDN, Sertifikasi, BIS, and Indonesia Telecom. While the marketing name of the Realme RMX3261 is a mystery, for now, the launch could be getting closer since it has received quite a few certifications. considering the design revealed via the certification images, we can speculate it could be a budget offering, probably will be placed in the company’s C-series.
Realme RMX3261 design, specifications
The Realme RMX3261 seems to house a square module on the back that will house triple camera sensors and an LED flash. There’s also a traditional rear-mounted fingerprint sensor for security and the Realme logo. On the front, it has a waterdrop notch to house the selfie snapper and a sizeable bottom bezel. The power button and volume rockers are on the left of the phone while the SIM tray with dual nano-SIM and a microSD card slot is present on left.
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The FCC listing shows the Realme RMX3261 packs a 4,880mAh battery (probably marketed as 5,000mAh) and runs Android 11 out of the box, likely with Realme UI 2.0 on top. The phone measures 173.9 x 75.96mm. Connectivity options could include 4G LTE, Bluetooth 5.1, and a single-band Wi-Fi. Going by the looks, the handset could have a polycarbonate build and should be priced affordably.
The design on the FCC website suggests this could be an entry-level phone part of the Realme C series. Unfortunately, that’s pretty much everything that is revealed from the FCC listing at the moment but we’ll be on the lookout for more information about the Realme RMX3261. Stick around.
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