Realme X launched with Snapdragon 710, in-display fingerprint reader and VOOC 3.0 with price starting from ~RM910


The much anticipated Realme X was launched in China yesterday evening alongside the Realme X Lite (which is known as the Realme 3 Pro here in Malaysia). It comes with some pretty interesting features with include the Snapdragon 710, an in-display fingerprint reader, a pop up selfie camera and VOOC 3.0 fast charge. Personally, the selling point for me for this device would definitely be the design (I mean, LOOK AT THAT PINKISH WHITE!)

Now, let’s talk tech specs. Other than the Snapdragon 710 chipset, the device comes with a 6.53 inch AMOLED display with slim bezels and no notches thanks to the pop up selfie camera. Besides that, it comes with 4GB/6GB RAM + 64GB/128GB internal storage, 3680mAh battery capacity with VOOC 3.0 fast charge support, dual SIM support and a USB-C port.



Pretty impressive 91.2% screen to body ratio


For its camera, it comes with a dual rear camera setup with 48MP + 5MP sensors whereas the selfie camera comes with a 16MP sensor. If you’re worried about how long the pop up camera can last, the company claims that the camera can be popped up 200000 times and comes with sapphire lenses to ensure that it can’t easily be scratched. Support for night mode can also be found on the device which we guess would be the Nightscapes mode which can be found on the Realme 3 Pro as well. And let us tell you, it doesn’t disappoint.

Prices for the Realme X starts from 1499 Yuan (~RM910) for the 4GB RAM + 64GB internal storage variant, 1599 Yuan (~RM971) for the 6GB RAM + 64GB internal storage variant and 1799 Yuan (~RM1092) for the 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage variant.


The Master Edition

Besides that, the Master Edition version of the device was also revealed, designed Naoto Fukasawa. It comes in two colour variants which are Onion and Garlic White with a unique pattern on its rear. The device sells for 1899 Yuan (~RM1151). All versions of the Realme X go on sale on the 20th of May in China. So are you hoping this phone makes it to Malaysia? For the latest Realme news, make sure to check out!