Realme X7 Pro, Realme X7 Pro Ultra Specifications Leaked!
Details of the upcoming Realme X7 and X7 Pro have been revealed online ahead of their official launch on September 1. The things that the company has already revealed is that they are going to have AMOLED displays along with a 120Hz refresh rate. The devices are also going to be 5G enabled. The devices are going to be mid-ranger flagships and will have never-seen-before design elements.
Highlights of the Story
- The Realme X7 Pro is expected to come with an AMOLED display along with 120Hz refresh rate
- It is also expected to have a 32MP secondary camera
- The device is expected to have 4500 mAh battery along with 65W fast charging support
A few other leaks have revealed that the Realme X7 Pro Ultra is also under development. What is fascinating here is that the device might be the first device to bring a whopping 125W fast charging support to the world. Digital Chat Station, a popular Chinese tipster shared the specifications of the Realme X7 Pro and gave us clarity of what is about to hit the market.
Realme X7 Pro Expected Specifications
Going by the leaked pieces of information, the smart is expected to have a 6.5-inch AMOLED display. The smartphone is also expected to have 120Hz refresh rate alongside 5G connectivity. Furthermore, the phone might be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ SoC.
When it comes to the camera, the Realme X7 Pro is expected to have a quad camera setup. Additionally, the setup will consist of a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor alongside two other 2MP sensors. Meanwhile, the front camera will be based on a punch-hole design with a 32MP sensor.
The Realme X7 Pro will be fueled by a 4,500 mAh battery with 65W SuperDart Flash charge support. According to the TENAA listings, the smartphone might come in three colors which are black, white and purple.
It is expected to have Android 10 based Realme UI along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. We can also see from the leaks that a very unique camera module is going to hit the market soon.
Realme X7 Pro Ultra Expected Specifications
According to the famous tipster Ice Universe, the Realme X7 Pro Ultra will be quite the beast. It is expected to have a 120Hz refresh rate alongside AMOLED display as well. Additionally, a 125W fast charging support might be seen in the device as well. In case this happens, it will the very first time in the world to happen so.
In a rectangular module, we might see a 64MP sensor along with three other sensors. The smartphone is expected to have a 32MP selfie taker based on a punch hole design. Furthermore, the phone will reportedly be fueled by a 4500 mAH battery.
At the moment, that is exactly all that we possibly know about the devices. However, it is very likely that more specifications about the devices might be revealed in the coming months.
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