Not much time passed since the launch of the Realme 10 series. In fact, the company launched recently a new variant for the 10 series, and even a Coca-Cola Edition. Despite this, Realme is gearing up to launch the Realme 11 series. It’s not a big surprise for avid Realme fans, after all, the brand used to launch two numbered generations every year. Considering the usual structure of the lineup, we expect Realme to bring a Realme 11, a Realme 11 Pro, and a Pro+ variant. Today, the Realme 11 Pro was spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards which indicates an imminent release in the country.
The alleged Realme 11 Pro passed the BIS certification with model number RMX3771. The model number confirms the phone’s identity as the Pro variant. Moreover, a Realme RMX3761 was also spotted alongside this phone, so we assume it’s the vanilla Realme 11. Both devices were spotted before on the 3C and TENAA certifications. We can conclude that Realme is going through the needed steps to launch these devices inside China and India.
Realme 11 and Realme 11 Pro release is imminent
The FCC also certified a different variant dubbed RMX3760, which should be another version of the Realme 11. As per the FCC, the Realme 11 packs a 5,000 mAh battery with just 33W fast charging. That’s a standard for Realme’s budget phones, we assume that the Realme 11 Pro will have more than that. We expect 65W charging at the very least, after all, this is also one of the “basic” charging options offered by a brand that knows how to reach 240W charging rates. Going back to the vanilla, the FCC also confirms Android 13 which should have Realme UI 4.0 running atop.
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One intriguing point is the lack of 5G for the Realme 11 with RMX3760. We don’t know whether this is the case for all variants or just for this specific one. It won’t be a surprise to see the brand launching a Realme 11 4G and a Realme 11 5G at this point. As for the Realme 11 Pro, we expect it to be a 5G smartphone.
The Realme 11 Pro has a 6.7-inch FHD+ display. We don’t know whether it’s an LCD or an AMOLED at this point. The device will have up to 12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of Internal Storage. The phone will draw its power from a 4,780 mAh battery with 67W fast charging. The Realme 10 Pro+, on the other hand, is said to bring a curved OLED screen, 200 MP main camera, and 100W fast charging.
Considering how fast Realme is moving on, we expect these devices to launch very soon. Worth noting that we expect a multi-regional release in a short period of time.