The Realme 5-series smartphones are all set to be launched August 20, and a new Geekbench listing has now seemingly revealed some of the key tech tech specs of one of the devices in the lineup. Named ‘realme RMX 1911’ on Geekbench, the device performs along expected line for a phone in its class, notching up a score of 1525 in the single-core test and 5498 in the multi-core test.

While the listing itself doesn’t reveal the exact identity of the device, online chatter suggests that it will eventually be marketed as the Realme 5. According to a report from Nashville Chatter Class, the device was also recently certified in Thailand and Malaysia, paving the way for its launch in these regions.

The listing further suggests that the phone will be powered by a processor nicknamed ‘trinket’, which is the same chip listed for devices like Xiaomi’s Mi A3 and the Mi CC9e, both of which sport the Snapdragon 665 SoC under-the-hood. So, as long as the listing itself isn’t fake, it would be safe to say that the Realme 5 might be powered by the Snapdragon 665 chipset. Other key details include up to 4GB of RAM and Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box.

While most of the other tech specs of the Realme 5 remain a mystery, the Chinese smartphone-maker last week revealed that the device will ship with a quad-cam setup on the back, as part of the company’s plans to launch photography-focused quad-cam smartphones in every segment going forward. The Realme 5 is also rumored to come with a 16MP primary camera and a teardrop notch up-front to house the selfie-cam, although details about either the screen or the camera remain are yet to be made public.