Realme X With Notchless Display Will Be Launched on May 15

While in the Philippines the Realme 3 Pro will be formally launched on May 17, two days before that, China will be the first launching ground of the upcoming Realme X smartphone, and yes that is confirmed already.

The official announcement of the Realme X series will be happening in the country's capital of Beijing. This confirmation was made official on the company's Weibo social media account. And in addition to the launch date, there are at least two more features that was teased. One of this is that the phone will be sporting a 91.2% screen-to-body ratio and a second about its display being an AMOLED panel.

The image below was also shared on Weibo by the company's very own CMO Xu Qi Chase, according to a post on GSMArena, showcasing the phone's all-screen display.

As you can see, there is no notch at all which makes us to assume that realme will be implementing either a pop-up or sliding selfie camera on this one. In there we can still see the volume rocker situated on the left side of the phone and the power/lock key on the right. And what's interesting as well is how the app icons look very differently from the other Realme devices we have already seen. The bezels are extremely thin as well, except for that one on the chin which is quite thick compared to the rest.

Apart from what I have already mentioned above, nothing more is known about this upcoming smartphone. But according to the latest leaks coming from TENAA, we will still see a dual-camera setup on its rear which is aligned vertically right in the middle of the device, similar to OPPO F11 Pro. Other leaks also suggest a Snapdragon 730 processor to come onboard the Realme X device, an in-display fingerprint sensor as well as a VOOC 3.0 fast charge.

Alongside the Realme X, a Realme X Youth Edition aka Realme X Lite is also going to be launched in China. According to reports, this Youth Edition is basically the Realme 3 Pro smartphone just being named differently for the Chinese market.

Which of these are accurate or not, we will all find out on May 15. So stay tuned.

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