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Realme X Confirmed to Sport AMOLED Display with 91.2% Screen-to-Body Ratio

Last week, Realme posted a promo video showcasing the upcoming Realme X smartphone. While there are several leaks about this device on the internet, the company has officially confirmed a couple of key details. As seen in the promo video, the device will be coming with a complete bezel-less without any notch. Now, Realme has confirmed the Realme X to sport AMOLED display which also offers whooping 91.2% screen-to-body ratio. Compared to the mid-range OPPO F11 Pro, the screen-to-body ratio of the Realme X is slightly higher.

The company also said the pop-up camera will withstand over 200,000 times of lifting. Even if the camera pops out 150 times a day, it can be used without any issue for over 3 years. However, these numbers are based on lab testings and not real life usage. The Realme X is already listed on TENAA with the model number RMX1901. It sports a 6.5-inch display on the front with Full HD+ resolution. While the earlier rumors suggested the Realme X to come powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, it will actually launch with the all-new Snapdragon 730 SoC.

As per the rumors, the company will the Snapdragon 855-powered Realme X Pro in the coming months. On May 15th, it will be unveiling only the Realme X and Realme X Lite smartphones. The Realme X Lite will be the same Realme 3 Pro launched in the Indian market. Both the devices come with a glossy finish body with dual cameras on the rear. While the Realme X Lite comes with a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, the Realme X features an in-display fingerprint scanner. The devices will be running on the latest ColorOS 6.0 based on Android 9.0 Pie.

While there is no confirmation, the Realme X might sports dual camera featuring 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor and a 5MP depth sensor. For selfies, the device might actually offer 32MP camera on the top. Talking about the cameras on the Realme X Lite, it sports 16MP Sony IMX519 sensor with f/1.7 aperture and a 5MP secondary sensor on the rear. Last year’s OnePlus 6T also used the same Sony IMX519 sensor for its primary camera. The device also supports EIS, AI scene detection, and 960fps super slow-motion videos. Stay tuned on Phone Rarar for more details!

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