Realme 11 receives 3C certification in China

The Realme 11 series of smartphones have all been certified by the 3C authority in China. Last month, Realme 11 Pro and 11 Pro+ smartphones with model numbers RMX3770 and RMX3740 were approved by 3C. Now, the third phone in the series, with model number RMX3751, has also bagged 3C certification. The said device is believed to arrive in the Chinese market as the Realme 11.

The 3C certification of the Realme RMX3751 reveals that it may ship with a charger that has the VCB3HDCH model number, which offers up to 33W fast charging. The 3C listing also confirms that the RMX3751 will be a 5G-enabled smartphone.

Realme 11 3C certification

The TENAA authority in China has also approved the alleged Realme 11. However, the TENAA listing has only revealed images of the device.

As can be seen in the images shown above, the Realme 11’s appearance is quite similar to the Realme 11 Pro and 11 Pro+. Like the Pro models, the vanilla model also has a round-shaped camera module on the back. On the front, its screen features a punch-hole at the upper-left corner. Its screen is flat, while the Pro models have a curved-edge display.

Unfortunately, nothing is known about the specifications of the Realme 11. Some unconfirmed reports have claimed that the device has a 6.6-inch screen, a Dimensity 900 chip, and a 64-megapixel main camera.

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