Less than a week ago eagle-eyed sources spotted some Realme devices on the database administered by the Chinese TENNA telecom commission. Among them, there is Realme X, and we now know more details about it.
Further investigations revealed that one of the models, RMX1851, is a version of the Realme 3 Pro developed for the Chinese audience. The original model was released in India recently. Great news came in the form of the RMX1901, which showcased modern features among which we can count a pop-up selfies camera and a notch-less display.
A high-ranking Realme employee has confirmed that the device is named Realme X through a post shared on the popular Weibo social network. Users could easily see that the message was sent from a device named Realme X, accompanied by a rather strange advertising message which mentions a full-screen experience.
More details about Realme X leaked on TENNA
The company has also released a new theme song in which an unannounced device is featured. The device showcases a pop-up selfies camera and a continuous display, features which encouraged many voices to claim that the device is the anticipated Realme X.
Information recovered from TENNA suggests that the device will also feature a dual camera setup on the back. The fingerprint sensor which usually appeared on the rear has disappeared, and it is likely that an in-display sensor will be used in its place.
AT 161.2 x76 x 9.4 mm the device is quite large, and it will sport an impressive 6.5-inch display. At this point, the resolution of the panel remains a secret, but many believe that it will offer support for Full HD+. A high-capacity battery will also be present, offering a generous autonomy. The iconic 3.5mmm headphone jack is present in the upper edge of the device.
Images were also provided, and it seems that future owners will enjoy a stylish device, with the rear being covered in gradient finish which blends black and blue. More details are likely to surface in the following weeks, and an official announcement should be released soon.
Agnes is a technical writer, being in touch with reports to come up with the latest tech leaks.