Realme X7 5G was launched alongside the Realme X7 Pro in China last month. The company had earlier disclosed hat a number of models will be introduced in Europe and we suspect the X7 Pro will be one of the models to hit the old continent. Apparently, the model will also be launched in several markets as it was listed on Thailand’s NBTC agency last week. Right now, a Realme model adopting the model number RMX 2121 has been spotted on Taiwan’s NCC agency.
The NCC listing features images of the device as well as those of its batteries (two of them) and 65W SuperDart charger. As for the design, the phone has a similar design to the Chinese model. It packs a 6.55-inch punch-hole display and at the rear, there are four cameras. We’ll have to wait until the launch to know if there is any change from the Chinese version.
Furthermore, the NCC listing shows the dual batteries on board the Realme X7 Pro each have a capacity of 2250mAh, bringing the total battery capacity to 4500mAh. This dual structure is necessary for the 65W SuperDart charger to fully top up the phone from 0 to 100% in just 35 minutes.
Other details confirmed by the NCC listing include an 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. As a reminder, the X7 Pro is powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 1000+ and so, it will be the first model launched outside China with that chipset.
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