RealMe X3 Pro is said to be TUV Rhineland certified, and the documentation available shows that the phone will come with 65W faster-charging support. The phone with the RMX2170 model number can be seen fitted with a dual battery unit, and the standard value of one of the batteries is 2,250mAh. The phone with the model number RMX2170 is said to have been found on other controller sites. The news is very confusing because until now the phone with model number RMX2121 has been speculated to be the Real X3 Pro.
Realme X3 Pro
According to a news release from Nashville Chatterjee, the phone with model number RMX2170 received TUV Rhineland certification on August 3 and can be seen playing dual battery with 65W fast charging support. So far, the Realme X50 Pro and Realme X2 Pro have packaged the 65W fast charger with the flagship phones. Therefore, it is speculated that this phone is a real X3 Pro flagship.
According to Kismosina, the phone with the RMX 2170 model number has already been released on the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) and WiFi Alliance sites in July. The latter revealed that the particular phone will run on Android 10. Another phone with similar information was found in the TUV Rhineland Japan database in June.
This development is a bit surprising because until now, the phone with the model number RealMe RMX2121 is expected to be the RealMe X3 Pro. In fact, the 3C list of the RealMe RMX2121 was seen last month with 65W faster charging support, according to another report from Kismosina.
Also, a phone with the RMX2121 model number is found on TENAA. The list shows the phone’s battery is 2,200 mAh, which is similar to the dual cell battery found in the RealMe X2 Pro. As mentioned, the phone with model number RMX2170 also seems to be equipped with a dual cell battery.
This opens another box that is monotonous. According to Nashville Chatter, the phone with the RMX 2121 model number will be introduced as the Real V5 Pro. In this game of names or models, readers are advised to take the latest development with a pinch of salt and wait a few days until further reports about these two smartphones come out.