realme 7 and 7 Pro to be officially launched on Sept 3

realme 7 and 7 pro

Realme India has officially announced that it is going to launch its latest and upcoming realme 7 and realme 7 Pro smartphone offerings this coming September 3 in the said market. The announcement was made official through the brand's Twitter account revealing that the event will begin at 12:30 their local time. 

The said tweet, which you can check out below also highlights two of the new series' latest features - the 65W SuperDart fast charge and second generation 64MP quad camera system. These are accompanied by a tag line that says, "Capture Sharper. Charge Faster". According to realme, this super fast charging is capable of providing up to 3.5 hours of call time, 2.5 hours of movie playback, 13.2 hours of music playback, and 3 round of PUBG game for a 3-minute charge or up to 34 minutes from zero to 100% battery life.

Of course, realme India has not revealed some of the key specs of the upcoming series, but if we turn our eyes on the rumor scenes surrounding these next-gen realme smartphones, there we ca find a lot of exciting features and upgrades to be anticipated for. 

One of those is the implementation of an AMOLED display panel on the realme 7 Pro variant accompanied by 2400 x 1080 resolution. While the non-Pro variant will still have the traditional LCD display it will still be equipped with 90hz refresh rate unlike the Pro model. Yes, the Pro variant will only have regular 60Hz refresh rate, at least according to the rumor so far. 

Realme India CEO himself teased that we could be having an in-display fingerprint sensor on the Pro model. If the AMOLED screen rumor is real, then it is a possibility. 

In terms of processors, the realme 7 is reported to sport a MediaTek Helio G95 and the realme 7 Pro either a Snapdragon 720G or Snapdragon 765G. Battery-wise, it is said that the vanilla realme 7 will have 5000mAh and the realme 7 Pro a quite smaller 4500mAh one. Of course, these are just rumors and unconfirmed reports, so let's take them with a grain of salt. 

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