Realme X teased in a picture showing full display
Realme’s flagship smartphone, Realme X is set to launch on May 15 at an event to be held in Beijing.
We have recently known a lot about this device and recently a high quality picture of it has emerged out on the online world. In the picture, Realme’s upcoming flagship device can be seen holding in a hand and in the backdrop showing tall buildings.
The hands-on image has been teased by Realme’s CMO Xu Qi Chase posted in company’s official Weibo account.
Talking about the device in the picture , we can see fairly thin bezels surrounding the screen. There is no notch present on the front display hence all the screen is free from any cutout holes for the camera placement. As can be seen, the absence of notch which clearly signifies that the upcoming Realme X has a pop-up camera for selfies.
The presence of pop-up slider camera was also earlier teased in a video released by the company. The image also shows a usual layout of buttons on the device with power button on the right and two volume rockers on the left.
The device shows a new wallpaper designed for the Oppo Realme X phones which looks quite elegant. Additionally a layout of app icons can also be seen and a Oppo’s Breeno app on the bottom part which is an AI assistant . The Company’s CMO has also posted an image of the retail box of Realme X as well.
Realme X will launch along side a more premium model Realme X Pro and a lighter variant Realme X Lite or Youth Edition in chinese market on May 15.
The Realme X is set to come with with a 6.3-inch full HD+(340 x 1080 pixels) waterdrop-style design display, Snapdragon 710 SoC, up to 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, dual rear camera setup with 16-megapixel as a primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor, 25-megapixel selfie camera, Android Pie OS and will be backed up by a 4,045mAh battery with VOOC 3.0 for fast charging.
The price of Realme X is speculated to be around $235 targetting the mid-range users.