Realme recently launched its budget-oriented smartphone, the Realme 5i in India. The company is now already hard at work developing its successor, dubbed the Realme 6i. The device has been certified on Singapore’s IMDA (Infocomm Media Development Authority).
The certification listing does not reveal much about the device apart from the fact that it will come with the model number, RMX2040.
Due to the fact that that Realme's 'i' series is its budget-oriented offering with toned down specifications, we expect the Realme 6i to not break the born.
Apart from the IMDA listing, the device recently also showed up in the EEC website.
2020 is going to by a big year for the company as it has already announced it intentions to launch a number of Internet of Things (IoT) products this year. It has also teased that it will be launching a smart band also this year.
The fitness band has already been certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards Realme C3 and C3s have also been granted certifications in Singapore and Thailand.
The company has also revealed that it soon will be launched a smart TV.