Realme 8 Pro Featured on the FCC; To Launch Soon with a 4500 mAh Battery and 65W Dart Charging

Faisal Rasool

While we wait for the Realme 8 series to launch, its Pro edition has secured an FCC certification. Realme already has a promotional campaign for the phone in progress, and this document uncovers more specifications.

The Realme 8 Pro title belongs to the model number ‘RMX3081’. It’s a 4G phone with a 4500 mAh battery and Realme’s cutting-edge 65W fast charging technology. Contrast it against the Realme 8 that uses a 5000 mAh cell with a slower 30W DART Charge standard.

Since the FCC confirms the battery and charging specs haven’t changed from last year’s Realme 7 Pro, the 65W brick can fully charge the upcoming model in 34 minutes or less. You get almost half the capacity in just ten minutes.

Unless the brand is planning a downgrade from last year, the Realme 8 Pro will also feature an AMOLED screen, albeit it’s unclear if a high refresh rate is in the cards for the realme new mobiles. Naturally, the 8 Pro runs the latest RealmeUI 2.0, built on Android11. 

We’re also given the dimensions of the phone. Based on a schematic attached with the FCC listing, the Realme 8 Pro is only 6.85mm thick — a dramatic leap from the 8.7mm build of the Realme 7 Pro.

At their recent event to promote the Realme 8 Pro camera, Realme teased that the phone uses Samsung’s 108MP HM2 sensor from last year. They’re also upgrading their image processing to introduce new photography and videography modes. Realme India’s executive recently posted a sample photograph on his Twitter feed.


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