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Realme X Lite launched in China as rebranded Realme 3 Pro

15 May 2019 3

Finally, the wait is over for Realme fans in China as the company finally entered the home country after achieving huge success in India during the first year. Today the company launched a couple of new phones for the Chinese market including an upper mid-range Realme X and a budget-friendly Realme X Lite. As the name suggests the Realme X Lite is a toned down variant of Realme X but here is a catch. The Realme X Lite is actually the rebranded Realme 3 Pro launched last month in India.

The Realme X features an aluminum chassis with polycarbonate rear. Following the latest trend, it comes with a gradient finish. On the front-facing side, you will get V-shaped dewdrop notch with thin bezel at the bottom.

Specs Realme X Lite
Display 6.3-inches
Screen resolution Full HD+
Chipset Snapdragon 710
Storage 64GB, 128GB Expandable via MicroSD
Rear camera 16MP+5MP
Front camera 25MP
OS Android Pie
Battery 4,045mAh
USB Micro
SIM Dual

In terms of color options, the Realme X Lite will be available in Lightning Purple and Nitro Blue colors. The base model with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage starts at 1199 Yuan. The 6GB RAM model with 64GB storage can be grabbed at 1299 Yuan. Last but not the least there will be a top of the line model with 128GB storage at a price tag of 1499 Yuan. As expected it cost slightly lower than the Realme 3 Pro price tag in India.

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