Realme launched its newest flagship, the Realme X in China earlier this year, along with two unique Onion and Garlic editions. Last month, the company tied up with Sony Pictures to announce the Realme X Spiderman Edition. Now, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has officially announced that the Realme X is coming to India soon. In his tweet, he also confirmed that the Onion and Garlic Editions will come to India as well. Earlier, in yet another post, Sheth also hinted towards the launch of the Spiderman Edition for the Indian market.
Get ready to experience the most practical premium smartphone. Say hi to #realmeX!
Good news for the design lovers we will have the onion and garlic design master editions.
RT to show your love. pic.twitter.com/EdGbLTxc6U
— Madhav X (@MadhavSheth1) July 1, 2019
Realme X expected price and availability
Madhav Sheth had earlier tweeted that the Realme X will be priced around Rs 18,000 in India when it’s launched. As of now, there is no word on when the smartphone will be launched, but speculations hint towards mid-July. We can expect the phone to be made available through major retailers across the country.
Realme X specifications
To recall, the Realme X is the first from the brand to sport an elevating selfie camera and offer an all-display fascia. The AMOLED screen measures 6.5-inches diagonally and bears full HD+ screen resolution. Another highlight of the display is the 6th generation in-display fingerprint scanner. The glass-clad smartphone gets the a Snapdragon 710 chipset ticking at its core. The processor is backed by 4GB, 6GB and 8GB RAM depending on the variant. While the 4GB and 6GB variants will come with 64GB storage, the high-end model will offer 128GB. The phone boots Android 9 Pie layered with custom ColorOS 6 on the top.
In the camera department, the Realme X flaunts Sony’s IMX586 primary sensor with 48MP, which is backed by a 16MP secondary camera. For selfies, the elevating camera module is housing a powerful 20MP snapper. A 3,765mAh battery with OPPO’s proprietary VOOC 3.0 fast charging support drives the handset.