A couple of days back, Realme announced that it would launch Realme 5 series in India on August 20 that includes the 5 and the 5 Pro. Both the phones feature Quad Cameras on the back, something that not a lot of phones have in the budget & the lower mid-range segment. Now, the Realme 5 with model number RMX1911 showed up on Geekbench which revealed the chipset it is coming with.
While the listing doesn’t reveal the name of the SOC, it is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665. How do we know? Well, “trinket” is the internal name of Snapdragon 665 which was revealed when Xiaomi CC9e (Mi A3) showed up on Geekbench. The chipset is an upgrade to the Snapdragon 660 but has the same Kryo 260 CPU that is clocked at lower clock speed. So, GPU seems like the only major upgrade.
The Realme 5 has 4GB RAM as per the listing, but we guess there is a 3GB variant as well. Android 9 Pie runs out of the box. Finally, talking about the Geekbench scores, the single-core score is 1,525 while the multi-core score is 5,498. The Realme 3 scores lesser, but there isn’t a massive difference in the scores.
As we already know, there is a Quad Camera setup on the rear that includes a primary 16MP camera, a secondary wide-angle camera, a third macro lens & a fourth Portrait Lens. The fingerprint scanner is placed on the rear.