Realme will unveil the X3 on June 25 through an online event in India but that's not the only smartphone the company is gearing up to bring to the market. Realme's Malaysian branch has announced it will soon unveil the world's first smartphone with MediaTek's Helio G35 SoC at the helm.
Realme Malaysia shared the news through its official Facebook account, but it didn't mention the name of the smartphone in the post. However, in a press note sent to the Malaysian media, Realme confirmed this smartphone will be called the Realme C11.
The note also included an image showing the back of the C11, featuring a design that's new for Realme smartphones. However, the top-left corner of the panel is covered so we don't know how many rear cameras the C11 will come with.
The company hasn't divulged any other details of the C11 yet but the smartphone, sporting model code RMX2185, has already bagged certifications in multiple countries hinting at an imminent launch, with China's CQC revealing the C11 will pack a 5,000 mAh battery, which will charge at up to 10W.
That's not surprising since the previous smartphone in the C lineup - the C3 - which is the world's first Helio G70-powered smartphone, also came with a 5,000 mAh cell, charging at up to 10W.
More details about the Realme C11 should surface in the coming days.
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