Realme C21Y Specifications Tipped; Moniker Linked to Model Number RMX3261 via NBTC, TUV Rheinland Certifications

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Realme C21Y has reportedly acquired NBTC and TUV Rheinland certifications that counsel the telephone’s launch may very well be imminent. The telephone shall be a part of the Realme C21 collection that presently solely contains the Realme C21 that was unveiled in Malaysia again in March. Little or no has been tipped in regards to the purported Realme C21Y and the corporate has not shared any info on it both. The listings present the telephone carries mannequin quantity RMX3261 which was beforehand noticed in a US FCC itemizing.

In line with a report by MySmartPrice, Realme C21Y has been noticed in an NBTC itemizing in addition to a TUV Rheinland certification. Whereas the 2 listings don’t reveal any details about the telephone they hyperlink the ‘Realme C21Y’ moniker to mannequin quantity RMX3261. Additionally they counsel that Realme C21Y may very well be launched quickly. Notably, Realme C21 was launched in Malaysia in March after which in April in India.

The identical mannequin quantity that appeared within the NBTC and TUV Rheinland certifications was reportedly noticed in an FCC itemizing. It confirmed that Realme C21Y will carry a triple rear digicam setup, a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, and a notch housing the selfie shooter. The telephone is anticipated to come back with dual-SIM assist and a devoted microSD card slot. It may include a 5,000mAh battery, Bluetooth v5.1, and single-band Wi-Fi. The itemizing additionally talked about the telephone will include Android 11.

The FCC itemizing was first spotted by 91Mobiles and the publication talked about that the identical mannequin quantity has been noticed in IMEI database, TKDN certification, Sertifikasi, Bureau of Indian Requirements (BIS), and Indonesia Telecom web sites. The BIS itemizing suggests the Realme C21Y will launch in India as nicely.

As talked about earlier, Realme has not shared any info on the Realme C21Y and it’s unclear when the telephone shall be launched.


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