The Realme 6 and 6 Pro's SoCs may have been confirmed in new leaks
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Realme is slated to launch the 5 and 5 Pro's successors in March 2020. The OEM has already teased these phones to some extent for its target Indian audience already. However, it has kept some specs, most notably the 2 phones' SoCs, under wraps thus far. However, new entries on the Geekbench 5 database may have spoiled these details.
These 2 new sets of results pertain to the "realme RMX2001" and "RMX2061", which could well be the model numbers for the 6 and 6 Pro respectively. They allege that the former runs on the 2GHz "ARM MT6785V/CC", also known as the MediaTek Helio G90. The latter, on the other hand, gets a Qualcomm chipset with the code-name atoll.
This is said to translate as the recently-released 4G/LTE Snapdragon 720G processor. Therefore, should this be true, the 6 Pro may be the first device to run on this silicon. The new benchmarks also suggest that both this phone and its vanilla sibling have 8GB of RAM. Finally, they are both likely to ship with Realme UI based on Android 10.