Possibly the Realme 8s
On Twitter, Realme has confirmed that a new phone from the company would be debuting the world’s first Dimensity 810 phone. According to the rumor mill, this could be the Realme 8s that was rumored for a while now.
The Dimensity 810 is a 5G chipset that is essentially a slightly overclocked Dimensity 800. It’s an octa-core chipset with dual 5G stand-by and 2.4GHz ARM Cortex A-55 power efficiency cores and another 2.4GHz ARM Cortex A-76 performance cores. The chipset supports up to FHD+ resolution (2520×1080), 120Hz refresh rate, dual 16mp camera, or a single 64mp camera, LPDDR4x RAM and UFS 2.2 storage
Since the phone is technically an updated version of the Realme 8 5G, the design should be similar. The Realme 8s is rumored to have a 6.5in. display (though unsure whether IPS LCD or AMOLED) with 90Hz refresh rate. On the mockup, the phone appears to have a headphone jack and uses a USB-C port for file connections. The phone is also rumored to be equipped with a quad camera setup, the main one being a 64mp shooter. The front camera is just the usual 16mp
As mentioned earlier, the phone is expected to be equipped with a Dimensity 810 chipset and would ship with Android 11. The phone may have a standard 5000mAh battery with 33W fast charging for endurance. The lack of a 5G branding may be confusing to some, especially now when 5G is just a new tech and has not matured yet. Some people might even confuse it to be an uptiered Realme 8 (which technically is) but since that phone doesn’t have 5G, regular consumers might also think that the Realme 8s won’t have 5G, which could hamper its sales in theory.
Nothing much is announced as of late, and since these are rumors. Do not take the specs quite seriously as official specs may change once the phone has been announced. For now, at least we have confirmation Realme is indeed bringing in a Dimensity 810 chipset on a phone.