The Realme 5i is a possible 2020 phone with the Snapdragon 665 SoC and 4GB of RAM
A new leak indicates that Realme is to launch a new phone on January 6, 2020. It is apparently to be called the 5i, which may imply the potential for multiple rear cameras at a good price. On that note, a new entry on the Geekbench 4 website suggests that this phone may indeed be decently cost-effective.
The new set of benchmarking results is for a device called the "realme RMX2030". It is the second such listing with this new model-number convention, suggesting that it pertains to a 2020 phone. The 'RMX2030' is depicted here as having a processing platform code-named "trinket" - or, in other words, the Snapdragon 665 SoC.
It also has 4GB of RAM; therefore, it may be a popular budget option for this part of the new year - should it have a price to match, of course. However, unfortunately, its new Geekbench listing also suggests it will run ColorOS 6 (based on Android 9.0) rather than 7 (a more up-to-date version) out of the box.