Realme, the India-focused smartphone brand has plans to replicate its success story in the Chinese market. Indications emerged recently that the brand will introduce at least two phones as part of its initial debut in China, but now it appears it might announce three smartphones for the Chinese market for a start, namely the Realme X, Realme X Lite, and Realme X Pro.
The latest revelation comes courtesy of a Weibo user who revealed some basic details of the upcoming Realme phones. The devices with the exception of the Realme X pro as per the tipster will launch sometime in May, while the pro variant will debut much later. The leaker further claims the Realme X Lite will be the same Realme 3 Pro which was recently launched in India, although we are not sure if there might be any variation in specs or just a mere rebranding.
Delving into the specs, the leaks suggest the alleged Realme X will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 SoC in different RAM/storage configurations including 6GB of RAM and 64GB, 6GB + 128GB as well as 8GB + 128GB storage. The leak also alleged that these variants will sell at CNY 1599 (approx USD 238 / INR 16,500), CNY 1799 (approx USD 268 / INR 18,500), and CNY 1999 (approx USD 298 / INR 20,500) respectively. As expected, the Realme X is tipped to come with a notchless display with Gorilla glass protection, a 6th-gen in-display fingerprint scanner and of course a 48MP + 5MP dual camera setup.
The Realme X pro is expected to arrive as a slightly upgraded version of the Realme X powered by the flagship Snapdragon 855 chipset and is tipped to sell at about CNY 2299 (approx USD 340 / INR 23,500).