Leak suggests that the Realme 7 will come with a MediaTek Helio G95 SoC, 90Hz LCD panel, 5,000mAh battery, and more
With all the Realme X7 grabbing all the attention with its Dimensity 1000+ and high-refresh-rate screen, the more reasonably-priced Realme 7 series appears to be relegated to the sidelines. Realme is expected to unveil both phones sometime in September 2020. A new leak now sheds some light on some of the Realme 7's innards.
Much like its predecessor, the Realme 7 series will alternate between a MediaTek and Qualcomm chip for the non-Pro and Pro offering. The Realme 7 will reportedly ship with MediaTek's yet-to-be-released Helio G95 SoC- a significant upgrade over the Realme 6's Helio G90T. However, it comes with the same 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD panel clocked at 90Hz. Realme has decided to switch things up and use a 64MP Sony sensor instead of the Samsung GW1. Three other sensors will likely assist it, but not much is known about them at this point. Lastly, it will be powered by a massive 5,000mAh battery that can be charged at 30W.
Realme's Twitter feed seems to indicate that the company is mulling on shipping the Realme 7 Pro with a 60Hz AMOLED panel instead of a 90Hz LCD screen. The macro camera lens will likely get the ax too. Depending on who you ask, the Realme 7 Pro is expected to ship with either a Snapdragon 720G or a Snapdragon 765G. The chances of it being the former are slim, as it already powers the Realme 6 Pro. Both phones should be priced around the US$250 mark, and will possibly debut in India before hitting international shores.