Realme 6i is now listed on the benchmark site Geekbench after being listed on the US FCC certification site. This smartphone is listed on the benchmark site with RMX2040 model number. The online listing points to some specifications of the Realme 6i. In addition to the Realme 6i, another Realme smartphone with RMX2063 model number has been listed on geekbench. It is possible that it is a variant of the Realme 6 series. Some old reports have also claimed to be an unnamed Realme phone.
The Realme handset on Geekbench is listed with RMX2040 model number. It is believed that it is Realme 6i. The listing also mentions some of the phone specifications. The listing mentions Android 10 and MT6769V processors. It can be the MediaTek Helio G70 processor. That’s where this phone has 4 GB RAM.
Realme has not confirmed the launch of the Realme 6i so far. However, the Geekbench site points to its performance. In the test, the Realme handset received a score of 345 in single core test and 1,293 in multi-core test. The listing has been indicated as the upload date of March 11.
Like Geekbench, the FCC listing surfaced last month also mentioned some of the specifications of the Realme 6i. This listing was also listed with phone model number RMX2040. According to this, the phone will be given quad rear camera setup with waterdrop-style display notch. In addition, the phone also mentioned a 5,000 mAh battery and a ColorOS 7.0.
In addition to the Realme 6i, another phone from Realme is listed on geekbench’s website with RMX2063 model number. The listing showed that this phone is equipped with Android 10. The Qualcomm processor is mentioned, but the name is not mentioned. Its clock speed is reported to be 1.8 Gigahertz. As a listing, the phone received 570 points in single-core test and 1,683 points in multi-core test.
This is not the first time we have received information about a Realme phone with rmx2063 model number. The phone was also mentioned on the US FCC certification site in January. Earlier it was believed that this phone would be a variant of the Realme 6 Pro.
Let’s say that Realme has not yet made any official statement on both the handsets. It would be wrong to rely solely on these listings.
Gracia is a senior writer at Get Ignite, where she covers media and advertising and co-hosts the Original Content podcast. Previously, she worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Hollister Free Lance. She attended Stanford University and now lives in Brooklyn.