This photo shared by Chase shows off the phone's notchless display which is surrounded by slim bezels on its left, right, and top. The chin, however, is tad thicker. The notchless screen also re-confirms the presence of a pop-up selfie camera on the Realme X, making it the company's first smartphone to come with this feature.
This image doesn't show us the rear side of the Realme X, but thanks to TENAA, we know that the back of this smartphone is home to a dual camera setup which is placed vertically in the center.
Realme has also shared a poster on Chinese social network Weibo confirming an AMOLED display on the Realme X. The smartphone will have a screen-to-body ratio of 91.2%, and the pop-up selfie camera is tested to elevate 200,000 times during its lifetime.
Expect to hear more about the Realme X until it goes official on May 15.