The Realme 10 has recently obtained certification from various reputable authorities, such as NBTC and FCC. Notably, the FCC certification has provided insights into the phone’s design as well as its charging capabilities, shedding light on these important aspects of the device.
One of the documents on the FCC’s website shows that the Realme 10 will only have two cameras on its rear and that they are in a different position. The position of the flash is also changed to the right side of one camera, as well as the right-side frame having a volume rocker.
It looks like the phone will have a punch-hole screen instead of a notch display.
The adapter listed on the FCC website is VCB3HDUH. This model number supports 33W charging and FCC documents state that Realme 10 has 3.0 Realme UI and dual-band Wi-Fi.
The Realme 10 appears to come with a 5,000 mAh battery but won’t have the ability to connect to a 5G network. It is still unclear if there will be another version with different specifications for a 5G network.
The Realme will probably be powered by the Helio G99 SoC and have 8GB of RAM onboard. It’s likely there will be more RAM options available than are listed in this report, but we can only speculate.