Realme has enjoyed massive success since its inception a few years ago. Following the launch of the late Realme 3 Pro, all eyes are being set on the Realme X, and it seems like the first leg has just leaked via Geekbench.
A device branded as the Realme RMX1901 has just emerged on Geekbench, leaking a few details of the alleged Realme X. According to the listing, the upcoming Realme X would come with a Snapdragon 710 SoC and 8GB RAM. In addition to that, the device would run on Android 9 Pie out of the box.
The device managed to score 1506 and 5837 in the single-core and multi-core department.
There aren’t any additional details that we could find from the leak. However, there are a few points to note here. Not only is Realme going with a Snapdragon 710 rather than a Snapdragon 712, but it seems to be going for Android 9 Pie out of the box rather than Android Q.
Additional rumors have suggested the development of the Snapdragon 720 / 730 SoC. However, there’s no details on when these SoCs would be arriving to the market.