The upcoming Realme 11 series phones have passed the next certifications. The Realme 11 Pro has been certified by the BIS for sale in India. It’s safe to assume it’s the 11 Pro since it carried the same model number, RMX3771, as a previous Bluetooth SIG certification. In addition, BIS has also certified the RMX3761, which is most likely the non-pro base version. Both Realme models have previously been approved for sale by 3C and TENAA.
In the US, the FCC has already certified the RMX3760, which is likely to be a regional variant of the RMX3761. According to the FCC, the RMX3760 has a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 33 watts fast charging. That would be a confirmation that this model is not the Realme 11 Pro. Because a Pro would not only charge with 33 watts. Unsurprisingly, Android 13 is listed as the operating system. Interestingly, the RMX3760, which has also been certified for sale in Indonesia and Europe, doesn’t appear to have 5G connectivity on board. Accordingly, the RMX3761 could be the 5G-capable Realme 11.
The Realme 11 Pro is rumored to have a 6.7-inch display with FHD+ resolution. Up to 12 GB RAM and 1 TB storage should be on board as well as a 4,780 mAh battery with 67 watt charging support. The Pro+, on the other hand, is supposed to keep the display size but have curved sides. In addition to a 200 megapixel main camera, 100 watt fast charging is also under discussion.