Realme’s newest handset series, the Realme X7 and the Realme X7 Pro, will be launched this week. But, just ahead of the launch event, a few features and specs have been unveiled.
Realme has also teased some key details in a set of promo photos, showing the sleek gradient color options and the camera module. The upcoming Realme X7 series is said to pack some of the best features so far. Here is what you need to know.
Realme X7 Series Specs and Features: What to Expect
Realme has teased the 120Hz AMOLED panel of the Realme X7 series previously. However, the most recent teaser seen on Weibo unveils new color gradient colors with the bold “Dare to Leap” motto at the rear panel. One of the teaser photos shows the Realme X7 in a gradient blue finish. Pink and gold hues were also spotted.
Apart from those sleek color options, the latest promo images unveil the camera module at the rear panel. We can notice a rectangular camera setup with four sensors and an LED flash. Other reports suggested a 64MP quad-camera-camera module. It’s still unknown if the Pro version will pack a bigger camera setup than the entry-level.
Other Details About the Realme X7 Series
The promo photos and certification listings have unveiled some key details about the next Realme X7 series. Other reports indicated that the Realme X7 Pro would sport a 6.55-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. We should also expect a 32MP selfie camera and a 64MP quad-camera module for the Realme X7 Pro version.
Other specs include a 4,500mAh battery with 65W fast charging support, a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chipset, an in-display fingerprint sensor on the AMOLED panel.
The upcoming Realme X7 series will be released on September 1. From the looks of it, the handsets could be a bit more expensive than their predecessors.
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