Oppo’s subsidiary Realme is already an absolute success in the Chinese and Indian markets. It has already sold millions of units sold in a few months of operation. The company is also trying to give some tough time to Redmi through its cost-effective products.
Now the next card in the company’s sleeve is the Realme X, a model that should offer full-view screen with thin edges, pop-up front camera, and in-display fingerprint sensor. The phone will be arriving in China at a mid-range price.
After rumors have already appeared regarding the existence of the device, the phone now confirmed as it is revealed in a social media post by the head of marketing at Realme, “unintentionally” though.
In a post on the Chinese social network Weibo, Realme’s CMO (Marketing Director), Xu Qi, ended up publishing the smartphone not yet released.
In the image above we can see the highlighted test in translation “Realme X full screen dare to leapfrog” (or “realm x full-screen challenge to jump”). Yes, both sentences are completely different because of the translation from Chinese to English. But putting everything in context, we would have something that unloads not only the display with few borders (full screen) of the Realm X and retractable front camera (“dare to” to challenge and “leapfrog” to jump).
Talking about the specifications of Realme X there is nothing official. So far, leaks indicate that the Realm X should come with a Snapdragon 730 processor, up to 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage.
The phone will offer a dual camera with a 48MP main sensor (Sony IMX or Samsung ISOCELL) and a pop-up front camera. There is still no forecast for the launch of Realme X in the Chinese market and not even a price forecast.