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Realme X hands-on image shared by company’s CMO on Weibo

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It’s already confirmed that Realme is launching at least two phones in China on May 15th, named Realme X & the Realme X Youth Edition. Now, the company’s CMO shared the first hands-on image of the phone on Weibo that revealed a bezel-less, notch-less design from the front & a noticeable bottom chin.

Realme X Hands-On

Realme X Hands-On

The image didn’t reveal the design from the rear, but we already know how the phone looks like from the back, thanks to the TENAA listing. There are dual cameras on the back placed vertically in the center. The teaser from the company has already revealed that there is a pop-up selfie camera placed on top in the middle. As we can see, the phone runs on Color OS just like every other Realme device.

Sources are claiming that the Realme X is not a flagship but rather a mid-ranger featuring the Snapdragon 730 processor & a 48 Megapixel rear camera. We will know more about the phone soon since there is still a week left of the official launch in China.

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