Gizcoupon reported on April 12th that realme’s new phone had passed 3C certification after Realme 11 Pro / Pro + phones were previously certified by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China.
The information indicates that the realme 11 Pro (model RMX3770) will use a 67W fast charging adapter. The realme 11 Pro+ (model RMX3740) will support a 100W charger. Both phones will feature a 6.7-inch curved OLED display. In addition, it has an FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate, as well as a built-in 5000mAh battery.
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In terms of camera, the realme 11 Pro will have a rear 108MP main camera, while the realme 11 Pro+ will feature a 200MP main sensor. Both smartphones are also expected to use MediaTek’s latest chipsets and offer up to 16GB+1TB storage.
The report also suggests that the Realme 11 Pro / Pro + is expected to launch in May. It remains to be seen whether this launch will be a global one or only for specific regions.
Some experts have noted that the realme 11 Pro and 11 Pro+ will be in direct competition with other high-end smartphones in the market, such as the Samsung Galaxy S21 and the iPhone 12. However, the realme devices are expected to come at a much lower price point. It makes them an attractive option for those looking for high-end features at a more affordable price.