After the great response for the Realme 3 and Realme 3 Pro in India, the brand seems to be working on the fourth generation – Realme 4 and Realme 4 Pro as both these phones have been spotted on the website of Eurasian certification website, hinting at an imminent arrival.
The EEC website listed Realme 4 with a model number RMX1921, while the Realme 4 Pro bears the model number RMX1971. These two smartphones are yet to be announced by Realme. In other words, they haven’t made their market debut in any country with the labeled model numbers.
As of now, the ECC certification database only has detailed the model numbers of these two phones, so their specifications remain a mystery for the time being.
Realme 4 and Realme 4 Pro EEC listing
A few days ago, Realme 4 Pro was spotted in a hands-on video where the smartphone was seen sporting a waterdrop-shaped notch, and a vertically stacked triple camera set up at the back with a LED. Surprisingly, the back panel of the smartphone does not feature any fingerprint scanner which could be a hint for the in-display fingerprint sensor. The back panel also has a blue glossy finish. The device has a power button to the right side and a volume rocker on the left.
For now, Oppo’s sub-brand Realme is all set to launch new Realme X and Realme 3i smartphones in India next week. The company has already launched the Realme X in the home country China and we all know the highlighting features of the device that include the pop-up selfie camera, in-display fingerprint sensor, Snapdragon 710 SoC and more. Another budget phone called Realme 3i is also going to launch in the same event and the handset is said to fuel MediaTek Helio P60 SoC under the hood. It might feature a dual rear camera setup on the rear. There could be a 6.2-inch display with dewdrop design. The Realme 3i is expected to be priced around Rs 8,000 in India and the phone is likely to go on sale in India starting from July 22.