Realme just turned a year old, but it has already made a significant impact releasing a series of aggressively priced phones and taking a big share of the market in some Asian countries. Today the company is going to add the Realme X to its lineup and it might be its most premium phone yet.
Based on the Snapdragon 710 of the Realme 3 Pro, the X is expected to get rid of the notch by putting the selfie camera on a motorized elevating mechanism and finally make the switch to a USB-C port. Itís also rumored to bring the first OLED screen in the series with a fingerprint scanner tucked underneath.
Alongside the Realme X we are also expecting to see the Realme X lite, which should be a rebranded version of the Realme 3 Pro for the Chinese market.
And the best part is you donít need to travel to Beijing to see the duo go official - you can follow the announcement from the comfort of your couch of office chair by tuning in to the video below.
Make sure you stick around as weíll be bringing you our first hand impressions of the phone once the show is over.
And these phones all come in similar sizes. SMH. Typing from my Pixel 3 right now. The absolute perfect size to type fast on using SwiftKey and very comfortable to hold. I really don't know if the Chinese brands will ever make any more comfortab...
Look too ugly
Realme only good in midrange segment budget like c1 really poor management