Realme Note 60 leak suggests octa-core CPU, more RAM than predecessor

Realme Note 60 is soon to be launched with a model number RMX3933 and an entry-level chipset and Android 14
An undated image of Realme Note 50. — LinkedIn
An undated image of Realme Note 50. — LinkedIn

Realme released Note 50 at the beginning of 2024, available all across the globe, set to climb up to new heights with several intriguing features which never fail to captivate users. 

At the launch of Note 50, the brand was acclaimed to launch two more amazing models by the end of the year. Recently, Realme Note 60 has appeared on Geekbench, anticipated to be released with significant upgrades.

According to the listing, Note 60 has a model number RMX3933, which is soon to be launched along with an entry-level chipset and Android 14. However, reports suggested the upcoming device would be similar to its predecessor, disappointing users as they were expecting it to arrive with significant upgrades. 

Read more: Realme Note 50 teased in India alongside Realme GT 6

However, according to the benchmark, Realme Note 60 supports an octa-core CPU with all the cores at 1.8 GHz and one processor. Additionally, the motherboard's model number lifted a veil from the Unisoc Tiger T612 chipset as well, which also turned out to be similar.

However, reports suggested a few upgrades in the upcoming device including an increase in storage (6GB RAM), and more. Other details are still under wraps and are likely to be unveiled soon by its launch.

In reference, Realme Note 50 was certified by Technischer Überwachungsverein (TUV) Rheinland, Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) supporting plenty of striking features such as 5,000mAh, and many more.