- Realme 10 has received FCC certification
- The FCC documents have a schematic of the phone’s rear panel
- The FCC listing has also revealed its battery size and fast charging capabilities
Realme 10 has received FCC certification, which indicates that it is likely to launch soon. Reports have revealed that it is a 4G device and has an RMX3630 model number. This device has also been seen in the databases of Geekbench, IECEE, India’s BIS authority, Thailand’s NBTC, Europe’s EEC, and Indonesia Telecom.
The FCC documents have a rear schematic of the Realme 10. It appears that the design language of the smartphone will be similar to the Realme C33. In addition, it has also revealed its battery size and charging capabilities. Here is all the information about the Realme 10 that has surfaced through its FCC certification.
Realme 10 FCC certified
The above image, which can be found in the Realme 10 4G’s FCC documents, shows that it has two large cameras and an LED flash at the upper left corner. As mentioned above, the design looks quite similar to the Realme C33.
The FCC listing reveals that the Realme 10 4G has a 4,880mAh (rated value) battery. The typical size of the battery could be 5,000mAh. It may ship with a charger that has a VCB3HDUH model number. The charger, which has been offered with some other Realme phones, carries support for 33W rapid charging.
The Realme 10’s FCC listing also reveals that it supports 4G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and Bluetooth. It appears that the device will run on the Realme UI 3.0-based Android 11 OS. The Geekbench listing of the phone, which surfaced earlier this month, revealed that it will be equipped with 8GB of RAM and the Helio G99 chipset.
Realme 10 launch timeframe (expected)
In August, Realme CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed that the Realme 10 series would debut in the coming month. Like the Realme 9 family, the Realme 10 series will include multiple devices. Speculations are rife that the first Realme 10 series phone(s) may debut as early as next month (October) in India.