Two unreleased Realme phones appeared on China’s TENAA certification listing database and they are believed to be part of the upcoming Realme 11 series. Realme 11 Pro (RMX3770) and 11 Pro+ (RMX3740) share 6.7-inch curved OLED displays with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rates. Both phones are equipped with in-display fingerprint scanners and offer stereo speakers according to the listings.
The pair are powered by an unnamed 2.6GHz eight-core SoC believed to be an upcoming MediaTek chipset. They will offer various RAM/storage trims ranging from 6/128GB to 16/1TB options. Realme 11 Pro will offer a 108MP main camera alongside a 2MP portrait module while the Pro+ will step up to a 200MP main sensor alongside an 8MP ultrawide module and a 2MP macro cam.
Realme RMX3770 mugshots on TENAA
Both phones will boot Realme UI 4.0 based on Android 13. Realme 11 Pro is listed with a 4,870 mAh rated battery capacity while the battery for the 11Pro+ listing has a 2,435 mAh rated capacity which is likely half of its total capacity. We can expect both phones to launch with 5,000 mAh batteries.