The "Realme Q3s" is spotted on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 778G processor
The Realme Q series often consists of mid-tier smartphones at good prices. Its most recent additions have had either MediaTek or Qualcomm processors; however, its next upcoming variant is said to go with the latter. The SoC is the Snapdragon 778G, which might make the Q3s popular on its rumored Chinese-market launch.
The leaks that point to this event revolve around recent official certifications for a Realme RMX3641. Now, this identifier has popped up again, on Geekbench this time. The new tip might confirm most of the putative Q3s ahead of its launch.
According to the new set of benchmarking results, they include a lahaina platform from Qualcomm. This often indicates the presence of a flagship Snapdragon 888 SoC; however, a code teardown shows that the GPU in this case is the more mid-range Adreno 642L, suggesting it is the 778G instead.
The new leak might also confirm that the Realme Q3s will debut with Android 11 and 8GB of RAM. Then again, the possible device lacks an official launch announcement as yet.