Realme X, Oppo’s Sub-Brand first phone launched outside of India won’t remain exclusive to China after all. The device already bagged the BIS approval in India suggesting it could launch in the country, and that was further confirmed a few days ago by Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth on Twitter, though with no specific launch date yet.
Again, the CEO, Madhav Sheth has today re-echoed the Indian launch, and while that isn’t the real news, the CEO confirmed that the Realme X will come to India slightly modified, meaning the Chinese version of the device could be slightly different from the version that will sell in Indian, and, perhaps other markets outside of China.
Providing some more details, revealed that the RealmeX Indian version will sell around the INR 18,000 (~$255) price tag which is about the price of the 8GB+128GB Chinese version. He also hinted that the device will get a third special edition variant in addition to the Garlic and Onion special variants announced for China.
#realmeX may not necessarily launch at the same specs in India.
We are planning to have an #realmeXIndian version and
pricing maybe around 18k.
Apart from Garlic and Onion, 😊
we will also have one more special variant for India.👍
RT and Guess?
— Madhav Sheth (@MadhavSheth1) May 18, 2019
The Realme X has a 6.5-inch 1080p AMOLED with FHD+ resolution, undisturbed by a notch or any form of cutout. The display is made by Samsung and has 2.2mm narrow border on the top and 1.62mm ultra narrow bezels on the sides amounting to as much as 91.2% screen-to-body ratio. It has a fingerprint scanner fitted into it, and what is more, it is topped with a layer of Gorilla Glass 5 for added protection. Full specs details here.