Realme Q2 shows up on AnTuTu running what appears to be a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ SoC
A leak from some time ago prophesized that Realme was working on a new series of smartphones. The Realme Q series is billed to make its debut on October 13 in China. As is the case with most upcoming devices, the Realme Q2 has made an appearance on AnTuTu.
The alleged Realme Q2 nets a total score of 519,992 on AnTuTu (via iUpdates on Twitter/Playfuldroid), speculating it runs a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+. A few months ago, the iQOO Z3 -powered by the same chip- netted a score of 530,000, so that guess is likely correct. Furthermore, the Realme Q2 is confirmed to run a 5G-ready processor, and the Dimensity 1000+ fits the bill perfectly.
Based on what we know about the Realme Q2 so far, it will probably act as an intermediate between Realme's newly-launched V series and high-end X series. Digital Chat Station has confirmed that the phone will pack an under-display fingerprint scanner and support fast charging at 65W.