Realme subjects the X7 Pro to a video teardown
Even though Realme first made the X7 Pro official back in September of last year, the phone only landed in India this month. It should have become available to purchase a couple of days ago, and to drive up the hype for its newly released smartphone, Realme has decided to tear a unit down on camera. Thus, the following video ensued.
This is a bit different to what we're used to from Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything fame, we have to say, but Realme's people are probably trying to show more care towards the device, hence the use of a heating plate for example.
The result is the same, though. We get to see the insides of the phone. At the same time we're also told how the R&D process for the X7 Pro took around eight months with an additional 400 hours of color tuning. And if you like hearing the phrase "leading camera setup", then you definitely enjoyed the video.
The Realme X7 Pro retails in India for INR 29,999 (about $413 or €341 at the current exchange rates), in its one and only configuration with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. 60% of the components of the phone are manufactured in India (including the battery).
The camera is pretty neat in this mediatek powered 5G smartphone.
- 24 Feb 2021
? The phone was released 5 months ago. 5 months. And Realme still hype things up by releasing a teasing video?
- 15 Feb 2021
I'm using realms for last two years,it's performance in all aspects superb, camera is awesome.am die-hard fan I can do it's propaganda to everyone.
- 14 Feb 2021