Earlier this year, Realme launched the Realme X50 Pro in India, its first 5G smartphone in this market The company now commits to launching more 5G devices in the country, with plans for «democratize 5G technology in 2021″
The launch in question will be for the Realme X7 series, and that will only be the beginning The company said it would then bring 5G technology to even more devices, in the hope of becoming a leader in 5G.
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Realme initially launched the X7 and X7 Pro for the European market in September These devices included Dimensity chips, respectively. 800 and Dimensity 1000, as well as support for SuperDart Charge technology 65 W It is not known if Realme plans to make any changes to any of the X7 series devices when they hit the Indian market But they know that doubt turns heads when they are released, especially the Realme X7 Pro, which has an AMOLED screen 120 Hz, of a four-camera configuration, two stereo speakers and a battery 4500 mAh.
While it is exciting to hear that Realme is considering marketing the X7 series in India, buyers will not be able to use them to their fullest capacity – at least not at the beginning It's because there are no 5G networks in India, because the government has not yet auctioned the spectrum for the technology But now releasing 5G devices, Realme will be ready for the inevitable launch of 5G networks in the country
This year, we have seen an influx of 5G devices in the mid and high end markets Even Apple has jumped on the trend with the iPhone series 12, and there is no sign that this trend is slowing down as more and more 5G networks are built around the world. Hence Realme's insistence on releasing the X7 series in India next year
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