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Technology. mobile. Realme Q2 appears on AnTuTu

Technology. mobile.

Realme’s China is going to introduce a new phone from its Q family, speculated to be called Realme Q2. While the original Realme Q was merely a rebranded Realme 5 Pro, this one is likely to be an entirely new handset with an OLED screen and 65W fast charging.

The phone with model number RMX2173 has appeared on AnTuTu, scoring nearly 520,000 points, equaling flagship-tier phones’ results like the Galaxy S20 or Honor 30 Pro+.

A previously published TENAA listing of the phone said it comes with 2.4GHz CPU, which matches the Snapdragon 765, but the score doesn’t align. Either the Chinese regulatory got it wrong, or there was something fishy with the firmware on this unit.

Realme Q2 might be the same as the Realme X7 ProThe launch is said to take place on October 13, and that’s when we’ll learn all about the new Q phone.


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