Realme debuted in India last year, as a sub-brand of Oppo. In that same year, the company announced they will operate as an independent brand with Oppo helping Realme to procure components from the supply chain and lending its manufacturing lines to assemble the devices. With a new smartphone every two months or so, Realme soon expanded into other South Asian markets. Yet, despite having a strong Chinese connection, Realme was conspiciously absent from the Chinese market, till yesterday. At an event in Beijing, Realme announced the Realme X and the Realme X Lite in China. The Realme X Lite is basically a rebranded version of the Realme 3 Pro which launched in India last month. The Realme X, however, has a lot of new things to talk about. I had the phone with me for a few hours after the launch, and here's what I think of it.
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