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Get to know how Realme 10 series phone that is supposed to launch next year will look

Realme 9 has been a great success for it has taken well advantage of it too by launching seven smartphones in that series. The Series of phones was a mix of price ranges that had a higher to the affordable price tag. Now the company has confirmed the launch of the 10 series that would be launched next year but it is a feature and look that has been spotted on the Geekbench website. Let’s have a look at all the features available in this phone of the Realme 10 series. 

Features and specifications Realme 10 series phone

This series of Realme 10 will hit the market in 2023. But before that, it has been spotted on the Geekbench website. Realme 10 4G phone will feature Mediatek SoC. A device with the model name RMX3630 is powered by Media Tek Helio G99 SoC. It comes with 8GB of RAM inside it. We can hope to see the 6GB variant of this phone alongside too. Despite Android 13 being in the market, this phone is supposed to run on Android 12 which can disappoint users a bit. 

Other than Geekbench it also came on the CQC certificate website which gave the idea about its battery which is around 5,00mAh. We can hope to see a few more features in the coming days that will give an idea about Realme’s new series of m.

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