Realme X Spotted In YouTube Video, Confirms Dual Camera Setup
Realme devices are highly popular in the budget smartphone segment in India. The company’s latest release, the Realme 3 Pro received rave reviews for offering competitive specifications at a budget aggressive price. The Chinese company is yet to release a flagship smartphone in India, but it seems that it is gearing up for the same. As previously reported, an unknown Realme handset was spotted on TENAA, which showcased the specifications and features of the device. The smartphone, named as the Realme X was recently spotted in a YouTube video, which affirmed the dual rear camera setup of the device.
Realme X: Expected Design, Specifications & Features
The design of the smartphone falls in line with the previously leaked images for the same. As per past leaks, the upcoming device will feature a 6.5 inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution. The absence of a notch suggests that the Realme X will sport a pop-up camera mechanism for the front camera. The back panel of the device will be expectedly made out of a polycarbonate material, and will have a gradient colour pattern. As per reports, it will measure 161.2 x 76 x 9.4 mm.
Under the hood, the upcoming flagship is expected to run on the 7nm based Snapdragon 855 chipset. The SoC is one of the most powerful chipsets in the market right now, comprising of a Kryo 485 octa-core CPU and the Adreno 640 GPU. Previous reports claim that the Realme X will boast of vertically placed dual rear cameras. As of now, specifications of the same are unknown as an official statement from the company is awaited. The pop-up camera mechanism discussed above will house the selfie camera.
A 3,680 mAh battery will power the handset, and most likely, it will have support for 50W VOOC fast charging. In terms of OS, the Realme X will run on the company’s latest iteration of ColorOS on top of Android 9 Pie. As mentioned before, the Chinese manufacturer has not released any concrete information regarding such a device, but previous listings suggest that the device may make its debut soon.