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Realme X official live images confirm gradient finish and dual rear cameras

14 May 2019 4

Realme is all set to announce a new premium phone on May 15th in China. So far leaks and rumors confirm Realme is getting ready to announce Realme X. Unlike the so far Realme phones, the Realme X will be featuring a full front-facing display with almost none bezels around the display. The continuous stream of rumors and leaks provide us a pretty good view regarding what to expect from Realme X in terms of design and specs. Today Realme CMO Xu Qi Chase released a couple of live images of Realme X.

The live images showcase the device in two gradient finishes including white, and Purple/blue colors. The Rear side is adorned with dual cameras aligned vertically in the center with LED flashlight right below the sensors. The glass rear is gently curved from the edges.

From what we heard so far the Realme X is featuring a 6.5-inches AMOLED display with Full HD+ screen resolution. The live images also reconfirm under-glass fingerprint scanner. Like most of the latest phones, it comes with pop-up selfie snapper. The primary rear snapper is a 48MP module whereas the secondary sensor is a depth-sensing 5MP sensor.

Under the hood the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 SoC will be powering the phone. The Octa-core chipset will be accompanied with 6GB RAM and built-in native storage will be 128GB. A 3,680mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on and it will support VOOC 3.0 fast charging.

Apart from releasing official shots, Chase also confirmed the Realme X will feature Dolby surround audio setup and DC dimming. The good thing is Realme fans don't have to wait longer as the official announcement will be on May 15th in Beijing. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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Realme X official live images confirm gradient finish and dual rear cameras
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