The Realme X7 Max is the new premium mid-range smartphone of the company, after being delayed due to locking in India. Today, it has been unveiled next to a pair of new smart TVs.
A REBROSED REALME GT NEO For the country, the Realme X7 Max joins the X7 and X7 Pro of the year in the year of the Company’s affordable 5G Smartphones Portfolio. Although this is initially supposed to be launched in early May, it still succeeds in being the first smartphone of India to be powered by the MediaTek 1200 chipset.
The Realme X7 Max is available in two variants. The 8 GB + 128 GB variant is priced at 26,999 rupees, while the 12 GB variant of + 256 GB costs 29,999 rupees. Color options include Mercury Silver, Asteroid Black and Lacky Way. It will be available on Flipkart from June 4th.
Realme x7 max specifications and features
Design: Two-tone finish, 8.4mm, 179g
Processor: Dimension of Mediek 1200 5G
Display: 6.43 inches Super AMOLED, 120Hz
Camera: 64mp + 8mp + 2mp, before 16mp
Battery: 4 500mAh, 50W Quick Charge
The 1200 dimension on the realm x7 max is the current flagship chipset of MediaTek for smartphones. It is an octa-core platform built on the 6nm process with a maximum frequency of 3 GHz. It is capable of dual-sim 5g and supports a range of bands comprising N1, N28A, N40, N41, N77, N78, N79. This is associated with LPDDR4x RAM and UFS 3.1 storage.
Realme X7 Max has a super amol screen of 6.43 inches with a refreshing frequency of 120Hz and a 360Hz touch sampling rate. It covers 100% of the DCI-P3 color range and has a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits. There is also a fingerprint scanner in the display for biometric authentication.
For photography, the Realme X7 Max has three cameras at the rear: a 64 MP primary camera (Sony IMX682), an ultra-wide 8MP lens and a 2MP macro shooter with a 16 MP selfie camera at the front . Shooting modes include Pure Raw, NightScape, Passport Photo, 960FPS Video, IIS video stabilization, etc.
While the body is about 8.4 mm thick and 179g heavy, the Realme X7 max has a battery of 4,500 mAh. There is also a support for the 50W Super Dart load, which is claiming to take about 16 minutes for 50% recharge. Other features include dual stereo speakers, 3.5 mm headphone jack, IPX4, Dolby Atmos and Hi-Res Audio.
Realme also tells us that he seeks to bring premium flags propelled by the Snapdragon 888 in India in the near future – probably a reference to the realm GT.