We already have a Realme Q3 in the market, but Realme seems to be hard at work on another Q-series to make the market before the end of this year. The brand’s China VP has now confirmed that they are truly working on a Realme Q3s, and this one will be headed to China alone.
There is no reason to take the number up to Q4 since that can be used next year – and we believe that the company only wants to make an upgrade on the existing unit.
From what we know already, this device will come with a Snapdragon 778G chipset and pack a long-lasting battery. The screen is also billed to come with a 144Hz refresh rate, helping the phone keep up to current standards in the market.
On top of that, this upcoming device might be the 6.6-inch unit with a 16MP front snapper, a triple rear camera setup and 6/ 8/ 12GB RAM options that we saw on TENAA not quite long ago.
With an October launch for the device having been confirmed, we don’t have to wait too long to see if it is the Realme Q3s or something else that the brand is working on behind the screens.