Last week, a Realme device passed through the TENAA with a large bezel-less display and a pop-up camera. The device was explicitly named RMX1901 on the filing, but we are now learning this Realme smartphone is going to be called the Realme X. This according to Chief Marketing Officer of Realme: Xu Qi Chase.
The CMO made a Weibo post that revealed the phone’s name. A promotional video for Realme was posted to the phone maker’s Weibo account with a new Realme song. The video also showed the unreleased smartphone in a few quick shots.
This looks like the same RMX1909 device that we saw in the TENAA listing.
At the current time, the only likely hardware specifications for the device are a 6.5-inch Full HD+ display, 16MP pop-up selfie camera, and a 3,680 mAh battery.
The Realme X is expected to debut in China along with the Realme 3 Pro – which is already on sale in India. Realme will launch the phones in China, but the company hasn’t confirmed a firm launch date. It is likely this will happen sometime in May.
Realme can't match redmi but good on them for trying.
Redmi and Realme are really neck in neck fighting, which gives consumers the best prices we haven't seen in a long time. So kudos to them.