Realme recently launched the Realme 5i, which is the fourth model in the Realme 5 family. Now, the Realme 6i just got certified at IMDA, Singapore with model number RMX2040. The Realme 6i will be the tear-down version of the Realme 6 and is expected to launch post the launch of the 6 and 6 Pro. The RMX2040 was earlier spotted in the EEC certification, though no specs and features got revealed.
The Realme 6 or the 6 Pro haven’t still appeared in any of the leaks or the certifications as on today with specifications. So, any details regarding the Realme 6i are scarce at the moment except that the RMX2040 corresponds to the Realme 6i. The other devices that the company is prepping up to launch in the Q1 2020 itself are the Realme C3, Realme 6, 6 Pro. The Realme C3 which has the model number RMX2020 was recently spotted in NBTC, Thailand.
As few sites reported, the Realme 6 equipping the Snapdragon 710 SoC can be ruled out for the reason that the Snapdragon 710 is already a 2-year-old chipset now and the company has multiple options from Snapdragon and MediaTek to choose from.