Realme Releases Realme X - Their First Smartphone on the Chinese Market

Realme X pop up selfie camera

Realme Releases Realme X - Their First Smartphone on the Chinese Market

Besides, the company will soon launch its latest Realme X smartphone in India. The handset sees Realme pivot away from the low-tier to produce an upper mid-range device carrying a pop-up selfie camera, in-display fingerprint sensor, ... The primary camera is a 16-megapixel sensor instead, and has a bigger 4,045 mAh battery with support for VOOC Flash Charge 3.0. The device comes in Steam White and Punk blue color variants and will be available in China starting from May 20th.

The phone also comes in two special editions designed by Naoto Fukasawa, which are inspired by the patterns on onion and garlic peels. The Realme X is priced at RMB 1,499 (approximately Rs 15,400) in China for the 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant. The 6GB RAM and 64GB storage and 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variants are priced at CNY 1,299 (approx Rs 13,300) and CNY 1,499 (approx Rs 15,400) respectively. The 16MP sensor is integrated on a retractable camera module placed at the top edge of the handset, just like the selfie camera on OPPO F11 Pro.

The Realme X is featured by a notch-less AMOLED display produced by Samsung.

Realme X features a 48MP rear camera paired with a 5MP depth sensor. The company says it has used sapphire glass on the surface of the pop-up front camera for scratch resistance. It offers up to 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB UFS 2.1 internal storage. The Garlic edition of Realme X comes in a white colour scheme that has lines running around the back. With bloatware colorOS 6 over Android 9 Pie, it has Dolby Atmos feature and supports VOOC 3.0 charging for its 20W 3765mAh battery. Support for night mode can also be found on the device which we guess would be the Nightscapes mode which can be found on the Realme 3 Pro as well.

The Realme X is now launched in China but it will soon be available in India too.

Lastly, we have the Realme X Master Edition, in terms of specifications, the Realme X Master Edition is nearly identical to Realme X and features the same specs out of the box. Unlike the no-notch dispaly of the Realme X, this one comes with a dewdrop notch and offers an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. CEO of Realme Madhav Sheth today confirmed that the Realme X will be coming soon to India, however, he didn't reveal the exact date.

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