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Realme 11x 5G is official with a 64 MP main camera, big battery

Realme 11x 5G

Realme held an event today, introducing the Realme 11 5G and Realme Buds Air 5 duo to the Indian market. It was also a stage for the official unveiling of the Realme 11x 5G – an affordable smartphone with a 64 MP main camera and 33W charging.

Realme 11x 5G is official with a 64 MP main camera, big battery

The Realme 11x 5G is built around a 6.72” LCD with Full HD+ resolution and up to 650 nits brightness. The refresh rate goes up to 120 Hz.

Just like the vanilla Realme 11 5G, the x version is powered by a Dimensity 6100+ chipset with an octa-core CPU. The phone has 8 GB RAM, while storage is 128 GB. There’s no micro SD card slot for expanding that though.

Realme 11x 5G is official with a 64 MP main camera, big battery

The 64 MP main camera has 1/2″ sensor and F/1.8 aperture. It’s joined at the back by a 2 MP depth sensor of dubious usefulness.

Realme 11x 5G is official with a 64 MP main camera, big battery

Realme 11x 5G brings a 5,000 mAh battery, which supports 33W SuperVOOC charge, although the speed is actually more in line with the regular VOOC 4.0 standard, introduced by Oppo several years ago.

The device is just 7.89 mm thick, with the circular camera island protruding a bit more. The back panel has two color options – Purple Dawn and Midnight Black.

Other highlights include Android 13 with Realme UI 4.0 on top, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Realme 11x 5G
Realme 11x 5G

Realme 11x 5G

Realme 11x 5G costs INR14,999 ($180/€167) for the 6/128 GB variant and INR15,999 ($195/€180) for the 8/128 GB option. The first sale is scheduled for August 30 at 12 PM (noon) local time, and the phone will be available at Realme.com, Flipkart, and “stores near you”.


Author: Yordan
Source: GSMArena

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