FCC approval was recently granted to the Realme RMX3921 phone. The listing does not specify the phone’s name, but it is believed to be the Realme 13 Pro+. According to the FCC, the phone has the following features.

Compared to the Realme 12 Pro+, the Realme 13 Pro+ will have a slightly slimmer profile. It measures 161.34 x 73.91 x 8.23mm, which is marginally narrower and thinner than the 12 Pro+, which measures 161.5 x 74 x 8.8mm.

Weight appears to have dipped slightly as well. It will weigh 190 grams, down from 196 grams for the Realme 12 Pro+. Although the weight has been reduced, the battery capacity has increased slightly. According to the certification, the 13 Pro+ will have a 5,050mAh battery, rather than the 5,000mAh unit found in the 12 Pro+. Realme may market it as a cell with a capacity of 5100mAh or 5200mAh.

There are no charging speeds mentioned, but the charger model VCB80AUH with “80” in the model number suggests it is an 80W charger. Realme 12 Pro+ supports 67W fast charging, if true.

According to the FCC listing, the phone will run Realme UI 5 (based on Android 14). It has been confirmed that 5G connectivity will support both SA and NSA modes.

Other details about the device are also available from rumours if they are true. According to reports, the Realme 13 Pro+ has a 50MP Sony IMX890 primary sensor, a 50MP Sony IMX882 sensor with a 3x periscope lens for telephoto zoom, and an 8MP ultra-wide sensor. It is reported that the front-facing camera will be 32MP.

It is expected to feature a 6.7-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, similar to its predecessor.