As promised, Realme today revealed the launch date of its upcoming smartphones. The Chinese phone maker took to Weibo to announce that its X7 series smartphones will be unveiled in China on September 1 at 2PM local time.
The lineup will come with 5G support and a 120Hz AMOLED screen. The latter being a first for the company since it has only launched smartphones with 120Hz LCD panels before. Realme explicitly mentioned the X7 Pro in its post and also used the phone to publish it, but the lineup will likely include the regular X7 as well.
The poster shared by Realme includes a render of a smartphone with slim bezels, but promotional graphics are misleading at times, so we'll wait for some renders and real-life images of the X7 lineup to surface to see if it really has slim bezels like the ones in the picture.
The poster also has Chinese text that translates to "thin and light flash charging flagship", meaning the X7 series may come with a flagship chipset and hopefully 125W UltraDART charging.
Realme's Weibo post in Chinese has text that translates to "flexible AMOLED screen". The X7 and X7 Pro are not foldable smartphones, but we might see them pack screens with curved edges.
We'll have more details about the X7 series as we inch closer to its September 1 unveiling.
Source (in Chinese)