Realme is set to unveil its X7 series smartphones on September 1st in China. The upcoming offerings will be a new lineup in the company’s portfolio, and are not being positioned as successors to the Realme X2 and X3 series. Last week, Realme shared launch teasers confirming a few key specifications of the devices.
Now the brand shared official images revealing the Realme X7 and X7 Pro’s design on Weibo. Both variants feature an identical design with a gradient colour back panel. There is a ‘Dare to Leap’ motto in bold letters on the right side of the rear panel.
Realme X7 and X7 Pro official images reveal design
The Realme X7 series areseen sporting a rectangular camera module at the top left corner, housing four sensors. The module also displays a 64MP quad-camera system text. The standard X7 and X7 Pro are expected to be offered in two colour options – one with a gradient Blue finish and the other with shades of gold and pink. The back panel will show different colours when viewed from different angles. The phone have prominent ‘Dare to Leap’ wording on the back panel, which is Realme’s tagline. The smartphones have volume rocker buttons on the left and a power button located on the right side.
Realme X7 and X7 Pro specifications and features
From the previous teaser, the Realme X7 series are confirmed to arrive with AMOLED panels with 120Hz refresh rate screens. The displays will support DC Dimming and offer 1,200 nits peak brightness. The smartphones will have a punch-hole camera cutout at the top left corner. The devices are expected to be equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The Realme X7 series is confirmed to offer 5G connectivity.
According to leaks and rumours, the Realme X7 series will reportedly feature a 32MP selfie camera. The smartphones will be backed by up to 4,500mAh battery unit with support for 65W fast charging. According to Digital Chat Station, the Pro model could be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor. Its quad-camera module is expected to consist of 64MP+8MP+2MP+2MP sensors.