Realme X spotted on Geekbench with Snapdragon 710 SoC and 8GB RAM

10 May 2019
It will share its chipset with the Realme X Lite.

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Compared to this, I still prefer pocophone f1

nst2018, 11 May 2019but price is going to around 20k. and no one is sure tht it... moreI'm guessing price would be 17k for base model.
There may be a variant with SD730 as launching 2 mobiles with same processor doesn't make a lot of sense.

  • Ahong Surahong

Hopefully the X version have proper or even overclocked chipset speed, rather than underclocked like the 3 Pro was.

Smeet, 10 May 2019If it has Type C and priced at 15-16k I would still get thi... morebut price is going to around 20k. and no one is sure tht it will come with typ c.

hope this device has usb type C and Android one Ui.

CompactPhones5ever, 10 May 2019Amoled - fair point, but bigger screen = a disadvantage her... moreI'd take a phone the size of my S7 than use that behemoth

  • Aris

Why not Snapdragon 730G?

3680 mAh, micro usb,,,,, yawn, yawn! give me a break somebody!

Anonymous, 10 May 2019Bigger screen, amoled make a difference. Amoled is much bet... moreAmoled - fair point, but bigger screen = a disadvantage here actually. At this size, you barely notice the difference when watching it, but every milimeter decides whether or not you'll be able to use the phone with one hand.

Still, I'll take SD card slot over amoled display any day of the week.

  • Smeet

If it has Type C and priced at 15-16k I would still get this over 3 pro since Full Screen AMOLED screen and Pop up camera would be worth the price.

  • Anonymous

Boreas, 10 May 2019Any excitement regarding this mobile fizzled out as soon as... moreYup. I'm even a little pissed that I got excited about this in the past couple of weeks for nothing. I bet the base variant of the X would cost ~350USD.

  • Ultra Instinct Goku

I would prefer the Realme X Lite

Any excitement regarding this mobile fizzled out as soon as I saw SD710. Realme X has smaller battery, no expansion slot in addition to being bigger and thicker.

  • OSasmatteroffact

RMX1851 on the lite is thats the realme 3 pro, in that case the 3 pro is much more better considering the price the X would offer to be significant gap with no major upgrade

  • Anonymous

CompactPhones5ever, 10 May 2019>More reliable classic fingerprint scanner >Bigger b... moreThe pop-up camera - could care less (at least the screen won't have a cutout). However, I agree with averything else - the lite version seems less "lite" than the original.

  • smadj

MrKnowItAll, 10 May 2019Even Realme 3 pro comes with the same chipset so what exact... moreRealme 3 Pro is rebranded Realme X Lite

  • Anonymous

CompactPhones5ever, 10 May 2019>More reliable classic fingerprint scanner >Bigger b... moreBigger screen, amoled make a difference. Amoled is much better than the lcd, all of the flagships use an amoled for a reason. People who know will make the right choice.

>More reliable classic fingerprint scanner
>Bigger battery
>No pop-up mechanism
>SD card slot
>More compact size

Realme is trying realhard to make lite version look much better... Now tell me it has plastic body instead of glass on non-lite version and I might buy it on a general principle. Smart move by Realme, to aim the 'full' Realme X to masses ("wow muh pop-up selfie camera and biggur display") and aim the 'lite' version at people who know what's up and won't get lured by bullsh*t.

Even Realme 3 pro comes with the same chipset so what exactly is the upgrade here?

  • realme_ca

realme, please enable the 4G+ i.e LTE-CA bands of the countries where you officially sell your phones!
we need (band 1 + band 3), (band 3 + band 7), etc etc etc
cannot understand why Realme launch in other countries BUT only support India LTE-CA bands