Realme X Spiderman Edition launched


Realme X is one of the most anticipated smartphones in the near future. Realme X, launched a few months ago in China, brings some quality features to products below 20,000 rupees. Realme X will be launched in India later this year and is expected to be a competitor to the upcoming Redmi K20. With a full-screen display and a pop-up selfie camera, it delivers a premium smartphone experience.

Recently, Realme teased the special version of Realme X that will be launched in China. The phone, called Realme X Spiderman Edition, is now available in the Chinese market and is priced at 1,799 Tuan (about 18,063 rupees). The Spiderman Edition is available in a single version with only 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The phone will be available for sale on July 9. The special edition has been completed to celebrate Spider-Man: away from home.

So what is special about Realme X Spiderman Edition? Can you wear Peter Parker’s suit when you buy a mobile phone and swing around like a friendly Spiderman? not quite. You won’t be Spider-Man and wear this mesh suit, but your Realme X will definitely do this.

With the Realme X Spider-Man version, Realme has launched a special Spider-Man theme package. In addition, buyers will receive a special Spider-Man theme case with a cool Spider-Man logo on the back. To make the experience even more special, this version of Realme X will receive a special Spider-Man theme on Realme’s ColorOS 6. As a result, your app icon and home screen will receive a Spider-Man overhaul.

In addition, the phone itself does not have any enhancements. The Spider-Man version uses only pearl white variants. The Spiderman Edition Realme X comes standard with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Other than that, Realme X hasn’t changed at all.

So you get the same 6.5-inch full HD + AMOLED display with a thin border around it. Since Realme relies on a pop-up camera mechanism to install a self-timer camera, there is no defect. Therefore, the phone can provide 91% of the screen to body ratio. At its core, Realme X uses the Snapdragon 710 chipset with a clock frequency of 2.2GHz. To keep it alive, it has a 3765mAh battery. The pop-up module has a 16 megapixel front camera built in, followed by a 48 megapixel Sony IMX586 main camera and a 5 megapixel depth camera.

Realme X plans to come to India within a few months, and the company hints that the Indian variant will start at around Rs. 18,000. Realme X should use the Redmi K20 to lock the speakers, it should also provide Snapdragon 730 chips, pop-up cameras and large full-screen AMOLED displays.

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