Realme 12 Pro and Realme 12 Pro+ spotted on TUV certification website; battery specs revealed

The smartphone brand Realme has officially confirmed that it will be launching its latest Realme 12 Pro series this month in India as well as global markets. In India, the series is said to make its debut on 31st January. Recently the company has also revealed the Submarine Blue color variant of the series.

Ahead of the upcoming launch of this series, Realme 12 Pro and Realme 12 Pro+ have been spotted on the TUV certification website with model numbers RMX3842 and RMX3840.

The database reveals that both the upcoming devices will be backed by 5000 mAh battery and the devices will be accompanied by a 67W fast charger. Both these devices have also bagged many certifications earlier.

If we talk about specifications, it was recently confirmed that the series will feature an OV64B periscope portrait camera sensor and will be equipped with a Sony IMX890 sensor with OIS support. Realme 12 Pro could be powered by the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 chipset while the 12 Pro+ might be powered by the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 SoC.

The detailed official specifications of these upcoming smartphones will only be known after their debut. In India, the series will be made available for purchase via Flipkart. Stay tuned to get the latest updates of the Realme 12 Pro series.

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