Update: The Realme X7 Pro bearing model number RMX2121 has appeared on TENAA's website with full specs. The listing reveals the smartphone will run Android 10 out of the box and come with 6GB or 8GB RAM. There will be two storage options - 128GB and 256GB - but the smartphone will not have a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
TENAA also reveals that X7 Pro will come with an in-display fingerprint reader, and the images listed on the Chinese certifying authority's website reveal the quad rear cameras will be arranged on the back in the top-left corner in an inverted 'L' shape.
The X7 Pro has the volume rocker located on the left frame, with the power button placed on the right. The smartphone will be offered in three colors - Black, White, and Purple. The rest of the specs are the same as the ones revealed by tipster Digital Chat Station. You can read the original story below.
Original story: Realme will unveil the new X7 series smartphones on September 1. The lineup will include the X7 Pro, which will support 5G networks and pack a 120Hz AMOLED screen. Realme hasn't revealed the entire specs sheet of the lineup yet, but thanks to reliable Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station, we now know what the X7 Pro will have on offer.
According to the tipster, the Realme X7 Pro will pack a 6.55" FullHD+ display sourced from Samsung. It will have a punch hole in the top-left corner for the 32MP selfie camera, and an image shared by Realme on Weibo revealed the screen is surrounded by slim bezels on three sides, with the volume rocker placed on the left frame of the phone.
Around the back, we'll get a quad camera setup, which will be a combination of one 64MP, one 8MP and two 2MP modules. The 8MP camera will likely have an ultrawide angle lens, while the two 2MP cameras could be macro and depth sensor units.
The X7 Pro will be powered by an octa-core processor clocked at 2.6GHz, which is likely a part of the Dimensity 1000+ SoC. The smartphone will be 8.5mm thin, weigh 184 grams, and have a dual cell 4,500 mAh battery under the hood, which will charge at up to 65W.
It's currently unclear how many smartphones the X7 series will include, but it's safe to say that regular X7 will be a part of it, and we should hear more about it soon.