Realme's "Q3s" is slated to launch with a mid-range 5G Snapdragon processor and 30W charging
Realme is said to have a new 144Hz display phone in the works. However, despite the flagship-grade nature of this spec under normal 2021 circumstances, the device in question is projected to fall into the mid-range category. This may be because the putative new Q-series member's screen is LCD rather than higher-end OLED.
Now, the Weibo leaker Digital Black Hole asserts that this panel is to be 6.59 inches in diagonal length. According to a recent official TENAA certification for what may be the device in which it is installed, it is FHD+ in resolution. This documentation refers to a Realme RMX3641 and RMX3643, both of which appear to have the exact same specs and differ only in terms of rear panel color.
This impression is compounded by another regulator, 3C, which has approved both variants simultaneously. This listing points to 30W charging in both variants of this possible new phone, slated to work on a 4,880mAh battery in this case. However, Digital Black Hole suggests the OEM will round this up to 5,000mAh when it comes to marketing this possible new phone.
This tipster also now asserts that this product will be referred to as the Q3s in this material, and will launch with Android 11, a 3.5mm jack and the Snapdragon 778G SoC (as opposed to the 750G found in its alleged predecessor). Accordingly, it might land in the ~US$400 5G arena to compete with the new Xiaomi Civi should it truly launch soon.