Realme 13 Pro+ Battery Capacity Revealed on FCC

Realme 12 Pro+

Realme unveiled the Realme 12 Pro+ in January this year. As we’re about to enter the second half of the year, the company is preparing the next round of its number series. The Realme 13 Pro+ seems to be one of the first devices coming for the 13 series. It has been certified by the FCC confirming a few details, and of course, its global availability.

Realme 13 Pro+ Listed on FCC with 5,050 mAh battery

As usual, the FCC does not disclose the entire specs sheet for a smartphone. However, the information is valuable as we can start painting an image of the Realme 13 Pro+ in our heads. The listing confirms the smartphone will have the RMX3921 model number. It has ColorOS 14 with Android 14 as the underlying version. Knowing it’s a Realme phone, we believe the final device will be running on Realme UI 5.0.

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The FCC also confirms a 5,050 mAh battery with a VCB80AUH charger. The phone’s dimensions are 161.34 x 73.91 x 8.23 mm – 190g / 187g (with battery). The specifications are almost close to the Realme 12 Pro+, the new phone seems to be lighter even though it has a bigger battery. Also, the new variant could come with 80W charging which is an upgrade from the 67W charging offered with the Realme 12 Pro+. 

The interesting bit of the leak is that the phone has two different weights 187g and 190g. It implies there will be two different versions, perhaps, with two different materials for the back. Perhaps glass and fake leather, one of them will be slightly heavier. The phone is less tall and has about the same width as its predecessor.

We don’t know exactly when the Realme 13 Pro+ will arrive. However, considering it is already there appearing amidst certifications, we can assume it will appear soon. As before mentioned, we’re hitting the second half of the year, and Realme is expected to update its number series once again.

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