Realme 10 4G with Helio G99 SoC is seen on Geekbench
Some information regarding the Realme 10 4G, an upcoming Realme phone, has been made public through a recent Geekbench listing. According to a post by tipper Mukul Sharma, the Realme 10 4G is featured in the Geekbench benchmark browser under the codename Realme RMX3630. The smartphone is anticipated to launch this year because it is one of the most well-liked mid-range gadgets in India and competes with products like Xiaomi’s Redmi Note lineup.
The Realme 10 4G appears to be powered by a chip from the newest generation of MediaTek, the Helio G99, per the Geekbench listing. The latter is a 4G chipset that competes directly with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 680 4G SoC and was released in May of this year. The chip’s architecture is based on 6nm cores, and it contains two Cortex-A76 performance cores and six efficiency cores.
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Notably, the Helio G99 is anticipated to outperform the Snapdragon 680 in terms of performance. The Helio G99 should be able to provide higher performance than the Snapdragon 680 because, according to Geekbench benchmark statistics, it outperforms the latter by around 7% in multi-core performance. Realme 10 4G may potentially be a stronger performer than Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 11 because it uses the Snapdragon 680, yet its real-world performance has to be tested.
8GB RAM, a 4,880mAh battery, and Android 12 powering the smartphone’s software experience are additional notable features that have been seen. The smartphone has already gained numerous certifications, including those in Europe, Thailand, and Indonesia, which indicates that the release of the device is about to happen.
If released soon, it would coincide with Realme CEO Madhav Sheth’s earlier this year announcement in an interview with GSMArena that the Realme 10 series would be introduced before the end of 2022, indicating a launch around the holiday season.