The Realme X brings an AMOLED display, 48 MP camera, and in-display fingerprint reader for just US$220

Realme X. (Source: GSMArena)
Realme X. (Source: GSMArena)
OPPO's high-value sub-brand, Realme, has unveiled its newest device, the Realme X. The Realme X is an improvement over the Realme 3 Pro that was launched a short while ago. It comes with an AMOLED display, in-display fingerprint reader, 48 MP Sony IMX586, and popup selfie camera. Prices start at US$220.
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Realme, earlier today, launched its latest device, the Realme X. The Realme X comes barely a month after the launch of the Realme 3 Pro, and is a slight upgrade over it. It's not quite a proper flagship, though, and will not be able to compete with Redmi's upcoming Redmi K20. 

The Realme X sports a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display. There's no notch present, as the selfie camera is housed in an automated popout mechanism. There's an optical fingerprint reader baked into the display. The sensor is said to, like the OnePlus 7 Pro's, be 44% bigger than regular ones.

The selfie camera is a 16 MP sensor with an f/2.0 aperture. At the back is a dual camera setup: a 48 MP Sony IMX586 and a 5 MP depth sensor. Under the hood is a Snapdragon 710.

Supplying the Realme X with juice is a 3765 mAh battery. There's VOOC Flash Charge 3.0 support, taking the battery from flat to 55% in 30 minutes. The Realme X comes in three flavors; 4/64 GB (US$220), 6/64 GB (US$230), and 8/128 GB (US$260).


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Ricci Rox, 2019-05-15 (Update: 2019-05-15)
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