Design-wise, there is no difference between the Realme 8 5G & the 8s 5G. There is the same camera module design, and the camera setup includes three sensors. The fingerprint scanner is there on the right side, again, same as for the Realme 8 5G. On the bottom, there is the Type-C port alongside the 3.5mm headphone jack & the speaker grill. The SIM card slot is on the left side with the volume buttons.
Speaking of the specifications, Realme 8s 5G is coming with a 6.5-inch LCD with a 90Hz refresh rate, the same as for the Realme 8 5G. The major difference between the two comes when we talk about the chipset. Realme 8 5G launched with Dimensity 700, whereas the 8s 5G is coming with Dimensity 810 SOC. It seems like this would be the first phone powered by Dimensity 810 SOC since MediaTek is yet to share anything regarding this chip. There is 6GB, or 8GB of RAM, and Realme is also offering a Virtual RAM feature which means when needed, a part of your phone’s storage can be utilized for better multitasking. In the case of Realme 8s 5G, there is support for up to 5GB of virtual RAM.
In terms of the cameras, not much is known. It is rumoured that there is a 64 Megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 16 Megapixel selfie camera.
Finally, Android 11 runs out of the box with Realme UI 2.0 on top.