Two new Realme smartphones tentatively understood to be the Realme 4 and Realme 4 Pro have received regulatory approval. The two devices with the RMX1921 and RMX1971 model number have received regulatory approval from the Eurasian Economic Commission in Russia hinting at their imminent launch.
Documents from the EEC, unfortunately, didn’t reveal any useful information regarding both devices. However, their model numbers give them away as possible sequels to the Realme 3 and 3 Pro. Both devices launched earlier this year with the RMX1821 and RMX1851 model numbers. So it makes sense if the Realme 4 and Realme4 Pro get the RMX1921 and RMX1971 designation.
The Eurasian Economic Commission in Russia also certified a third device with RMX1927 model number. We are not certain what the device is, though there are feelers it could launch as the Realme U2.
Realme 4 and Realme4 Pro
Not much has been revealed about the rumored Realme4, except for a leaked retail box that surfaced a while ago. And for the Realme 4 Pro, recent reports suggest it could boast huge form factor, blue shade, a bezel-less display, and triple cameras at the back. Speaking of the Realme4 launch date, we look forward to sometime in September.
Away from the Realme4, the OPPO backed brand has a launch event for July 15th. The Realme X launched recently in China no doubt will headline the event. However, a second Realme phone dubbed the Realme 3i is also tipped to launch alongside the Realme X.