Just yesterday, the upcoming Realme X7 Pro was spotted on Geekbench with MediaTek’s flagship Dimensity 1000+ SoC – the same chipset which is also used in the recently announced Redmi K30 Ultra.
Right now, its vanilla Realme X7 has also made its appearance on the same benchmarking platform along with some of its key specifications. Unlike the “Pro” variant, the Realme X7 was listed with a slightly watered-down Dimensity 720/ 800U chipset which reaffirmed that the device will be a 5G-ready smartphone as well.
In the memory department, the device will feature a respectable 8GB RAM which is likely to be paired with at least 128GB onboard storage. Coming to its performance, the Realme X7 had attained a score of 596 points and 1,776 points respectively for its single-core and multi-cores benchmark tests.
Although information pertaining to the vanilla model remain scarce at the moment, but the device is expected to feature an AMOLED display at the front and a quad-cameras setup on its rear panel.
If nothing goes wrong, the Realme X7 will be announced alongside the Realme X7 Pro during the upcoming September 1st launch event.