Realme 6 Coming to India Very Soon, Hints Flipkart Listing

The Wi-Fi Alliance listing of the Realme RMX2001 smartphone or Realme 6 reveals the device will be packing the MediaTek MT6785T chipset which is the Helio G90

Highlights
  • The Realme 6 will likely go official next month
  • The phone is listed to ship with MediaTek Helio G90 SoC
  • Realme might launch its first fitness band alongside Realme 6 series

Realme 5 series phones were launched in India last year and the Oppo spin-off is already planning the sixth iteration of the devices. The Realme 6 moniker was recently spotted on IMDA certification and Wi-Fi Alliance websites. Now, Realme 6 is tipped to be launching soon in India. The Realme 6 smartphone was spotted on Indian e-commerce platform Flipkart going by a tweet by Mukul Sharma, suggesting the launch is imminent in upcoming days. The Realme 6 device was listed for affiliate partners of Flipkart. The device listing was later taken down soon after social media posts of the listing went live.

Realme 6 Spotted on Flipkart, Launch Imminent

It appears the Realme 6 listing may have been published accidentally, ahead of the launch schedule. However, one thing that seems confirmed is the Realme 6 launch is happening soon in India. Other than this, there was no information on key specifications or features available on the upcoming smartphone range.

The Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro smartphones were also recently several certification websites. The devices were verified by Singapore’s IMDA and lately also by Wi-Fi Alliance. The Wifi Alliance database revealed a Realme 6 device with model number RMX2001 and Realme 6 Pro with a model number RMX2061. Interestingly, a Realme device with model number RMX2061 was also certified by India’s BIS.

Realme 6: Rumoured Features and Specifications

The Wi-Fi Alliance listing of the Realme RMX2001 smartphone or Realme 6 reveals the device will be packing the MediaTek MT6785T chipset. The chipset is said to be MediaTek Helio G90 packing ARM Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A55 CPU cores, along with Mali-G76 3EEMC4 GPU. This means Realme 6 will be one of the first devices to be powered by this new gaming-centric chipset. Last year, Realme said that it would bring devices powered by MediaTek Helio G90 and the Realme 6 could be the first one.

The WiFi Alliance listing also mentions support for 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi bands. The device is said to pack a 4300mAh battery, however, there is no information on the fast charging output.

A leaked live image of the Realme 6 revealed the design of the upcoming smartphones. Realme’s 6 series devices will come with a bezel-less display with a centre aligned punch hole to accommodate the camera sensor. The image also revealed dual SIM support though we get no information on the rear design of the phone. The Realme 6 series is expected to launch next month itself, so more updates are expected in coming days. Realme might launch its first fitness band alongside the Realme 6 series in March.

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Kiran Fernandes | Goa

Got a Realme C3 for my dad. Phone is beautiful. Display too. It’s hard to look at the RN4 after that.

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Girish Gowda | BengaLuru

Congrats bro.
I also upgraded my dad’s perfectly working RN4 to RN7 Pro couple of days back. He gave RN4 to relative now.
Wanted to buy Realme C3 for him, but Full HD+ screen and better camera pushed me to RN7 Pro.

Kiran Fernandes | Goa

Thanks GG, it’s nice that you gave your dad the RN7 Pro. Well it’s not like I’d expect much for 8k.

The display resolution hardly matters because even at 720p, it looks like a 1080p display.

My dad barely uses the camera as all he needs the phone are for facebook and WhatsApp.

The reason I went with this is because it’ll last longer thanks to the dual A75 cores. The GPU will only be running YouTube xD

Girish Gowda | BengaLuru

My dad wanted fingerprint scanner and good camera specifically under 10k. RN7 Pro was just 2k more than C3, so I got that since I always prefer FHD anyway.
He uses his phone for everything, so I was like lets go with 7 pro which is at a good price now. Lol

Girish Gowda | BengaLuru

And I agree. C3 has good display. Realme has really improved since their shitty Realme 1 display time.
And the battery life is insane on C3. Normal video usage will give you 10hrs SOT which is awesome.

Nikhil

Realme displays are from JDI, a Japanese company. Only X2 Pro display is from Samsung. By the way, which icon pack?

Kiran Fernandes | Goa

Good to know Nikhil. I hope the phone lasts for at least 4 years without running into any problems.

When I just got the phone, it came with the realme ui and launcher. I slapped poco launcher on it, and searched for a nice icon pack, and found “Whicons” to be the best fit.

Telecomnerd

Bro how’s G90 performance? My mom’s Realme 1’s P60 still works like a charm so wanted to compare.

Also can you please check if engineering mode can be opened on G90 through an app or code? I’m asking this to access band locking.

This phone is good for the price but camera is quite bad and screen is just 720p.

Kiran Fernandes | Goa

Bruh, this isn’t G90. G90 hasn’t come to any phone yet. The only G90 is the G90T which is on the redmi note 8 pro. This phone uses G70. It’s quite powerful enough. The phone is really smooth, and no lags whatsoever, I did notice a light scroll lag when using the phone out of idle, as the processor clock is lowered to save power when idle. Sadly, engineering mode doesnt work on these new mediatek phones. The app is “Transparent Weather Clock” by MCHAPP Software. You can look it up on the play store. That’s the widget on the… Read more »

Telecomnerd

Thanks for the reply bruh. I meant G70 actually, G90 was a typo cuz the article was about G90.

You can try code *#*#3646633#*#* and see if engineering mode opens. There’s an app called Engineer Mode MTK by Go! which I’m using on Realme 1 because they blocked the main Engineering Mode app after Color OS 6 update but this code method still works.

Thanks for the info on the weather app. Cheers.

Telecomnerd

What app widget is this which is showing weather and other details?

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