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Realme X India release pegged for the second half of 2019

29 May 2019 2

A couple of weeks ago Oppo's spinoff brand Realme announced the premium Realme X in China. Soon after the announcement in China, the Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed arrival of Realme X in India soon with few minor changes in the specs sheet. However, as per the latest info Realme fans will have to wait longer as the latest elaborated reply from Sheth clears the Realme X won't be released for the Indian market before H2 2019.

Those who are waiting for a soon announcement will have to wait at least until July this year, it could take even more months before hitting the shelves in India. Just for the sake of reminder, the Realme X is featuring a 6.53-inches AMOLED display with Full HD+ screen resolution. Under the hood, the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 chipset is powering the device. The device is available in three configurations with 4/6/8GB RAM and 64/128GB storage.

On the rear side, you will get dual cameras, the primary snapper is 48MP whereas the secondary sensor is a depth-sensing 5MP sensor. Up front the selfie snapper is 16MP. A 3,765mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on and comes with 20W VOOC 3.0 fast charging. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie with ColorOS 6 skin over it.

Are your amongst those who are anxiously waiting for the Realme X launch in India? Do share your views with fellow readers in the comments section below. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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Realme X India release pegged for the second half of 2019
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