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Realme 8 5G Alleged Image Surfaces Online, Shows “Dare to Leap” Holographic Branding

- Updated: 6th Oct 2022, 11:29 IST

Realme has confirmed the company is coming soon with the Realme 8 5G and Realme 8Pro 5G. However, the company launched both the smartphones in 4G version. But now there are images surfacing on the Peruvian MTC certification platform. It shows a smartphone with a quad-rear camera setup similar to the 4G variant. Additionally, it also has a “Dare to Leap” branding on a holographic background.

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The smartphone previously surfaced on multiple other certification websites including the BIS, NBTC, and US FCC. Moreover, the Realme India and Europe CEO Madhav Sheth also confirms Realme 8 5G will launch soon.

According to the image shared on the Peruvian MTC certification platform, by tipster Mukul Sharma, the alleged Realme 8 5G features a Grey-coloured back panel. There is a holographic strip on the right side that has “Dare To Leap” written on it. This is the same design as the Realme 8 4G variant. Furthermore, the listing also shows that it has an RMX3241 model number which is the same as on the NTBC site. Apart from this, the same model number is associated with the Realme smartphone in the alleged BIS listing as well as the US FCC listing.

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However, the BIS and NBTC listings of the Realme 8 5G do not provide any specifications. Although the FCC listing suggests that the phone will pack a 5,000mAh battery. It can run Android 11 out of the box with Realme UI 2.0 on top. The phone’s schematics show the smartphone will have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

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Realme 8 5G models can have an upgraded list of specifications over the 4G models. However, there are no other details out on the same yet. Some reports claim that Realme 8 5G will be the rebranded version of the Realme V13 5G that launched a few days back in China