Realme is reported to launch a new device, and then after a new Realme X has also been reported to have received BIS certification in India. And Now the Realme X has purportedly made its appearance in a Youtube Video just ahead of its official launch. The handset is reported to be launch in China on 15th of May along with one more smartphone Realme X Lite.
Realme X Purportedly Appears Online Ahead Of Its Official Launch
The Realme X Lite is the same Realme 3 Pro which was launched few days back in India. The all new Realme X is said to be the flagship smartphone under Realme branding and it will come with a pop-up selfie camera, notchless display and also the in-display fingerprint sensor. The handset will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor.
Moving towards the Youtube video in which the Realme X has been spotted, the video is posted by Ben’s Gadget Reviews channel, actually the video covers the review of a Chinese laptop Chuwi Aerobook and in the video a realme device has been putted in the right side of the laptop which seems to be the rumoured Realme X smartphone which is going to launch in China on 15th of May. The video shows the smartphone from the back, the device has a gradient color finish with a combination of Blue and Black similar like what we have seen in leaked OnePlus 7 Pro official image yesterday.
After zooming the captured image from video we came to know that the device has triple rear facing camera setup with an LED Flash just below it, if company will go with trend then the primary sensor will be a 48MP sensor along with a 5MP depth sensor and a ToF sensor. There is no any fingerprint sensor at the back and as this handset is supposed to come in flagship segment it will have in-display fingerprint sensor.
This is all for now, As we have earlier mentioned that the Realme X will be launching along with Realme X Lite in China ion 15th of May. The smartphone has also got the BIS certification in India which also indicated that it will soon be launching in India.
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