Realme X Review

Realme has tried to offer flagship features in the less than Rs 20,000 price segment with the Realme X. Popular smartphones like Realme 3 Pro also come in this price segment. With Reality X, the company has given a notchless design, pop-up selfie camera and in-display fingerprint sensor at an affordable price.

There are many other good options in the price segment under Rs 20,000 such as Samsung Galaxy M40 ,review, Redmi Note 7 Pro ,review) And Vivo Z1 Pro ,review, In such a situation, Realme X is going to get a tough challenge. Now it remains to be seen whether Reality X will be able to compete with its rival handset? Let’s know…

Realme X Design

Apart from the striking look of Realme X, the design of the handset is also quite attractive, it also looks premium. Two color variants of Reality X have been launched, Polar White and Space Blue. We have its Space Blue color variant available for review, the thickness of the phone is 9.3 mm but it is not too heavy, its weight is 191 grams.
Realme has launched a special Onion and Garlic finish variant of Reality X in the Chinese market, it is also available in India. Apart from this, there is also Realme X Spider-Man: Far From Home Edition which comes with Spider-Man theme case, special theme. Reality X has a 6.53-inch full-HD + (1080×2340 pixels) OLED display. Its aspect ratio is 19.5: 9. It is protected with Gorilla Glass 5.

The bezels around the display are very thin, the border at the bottom is a bit thick. There is nothing notch or hole in Reality X, which means you can watch content on full screen. The edges of the display are not curved, but overall the phone looks similar to the OnePlus 7 Pro. The colors look vivid and the brightness is also very good, due to which you can easily read the content in any light. Our review unit already has a screen protector mounted on it.

In-display optical fingerprint sensor has been given for security in Reality X. It unlocks the phone quickly, with a good success rate during our review. You also get five different animations to choose from. This handset of Reality brand comes with Face Unlock support.


The material covering the front sensor is sapphire glass which is good for durability. Apart from this, the phone has a motion-triggered safety mechanism that is capable of detecting that the camera module automatically shuts down if the phone is falling. The glossy back panel of the Realme X looks like glass but is made of polycarbonate.

There are no marks on the back panel and spots are also not visible in the white color variant. This time the Reality logo has got a place at the bottom in the middle of the back panel and on top of this LED flash and two rear cameras have been given. At the bottom of the phone, there is a headphone jack, USB Type-C port and a single speaker. It is good to see that Realme has also adopted the new USB standard in its latest smartphone.


The SIM tray has got space on the side and only two nano-SIM cards can be accommodated in it. Realme X is the company’s first smartphone in which it is not possible to increase the storage with the help of microSD card. In the retail box, you get hard plastic case for the phone, USB Type-C cable, Vook 3.0 fast charger, SIM eject tool and manual.

Realme X Specifications and Software

Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor has been used in Realme X, the same chipset has also been used in Realme 3 Pro. The Snapdragon 675 processor is very popular in this segment, if compared, the performance of the CPU is a bit weak, but it is equipped with better integrated graphics capability.

The price of Realme X starts at Rs 16,999. This price is of 4 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variants. The phone’s 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage model will be sold for Rs 19,999, we have this variant for review. LPDDR4X RAM has been used in Reality X, not only this, it also comes with UFS 2.1 storage.


Talking about other specifications, Realme X includes dual 4G with VoLTE, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth version 5, support for GPS, Glonass and Beidou navigation system and sensors. This phone does not have FM radio. The software is quite up-to-date, Realme X runs on ColorOS 6.0 based on Android 9 Pie with June Android security patch.

Its interface is exactly the same as what we saw in the recent Realme 3 Pro. Due to the OLED panel, you will get an always-on display when the phone is on standby. However, it only shows time, date and battery percentage, SMS and missed alerts for calls. It doesn’t show notifications for other apps here.

Many apps have been given in the phone by Reality, apart from this some third party apps are also pre-installed. Like Newspoint will keep sending you notifications but you can also uninstall it if you want. There is also a Theme Store app for customizing the wallpaper and icons. Modes such as driving and riding modes have also been provided in the phone which silence the notifications, apart from this there are also motion and gesture shortcuts in the handset.

Reality X has Game Space which organizes all your games in one place. The unit sent by Reality to us for review is only Widevine L3 certified but the company says that the retail unit is Widevine L1 certified, which means you will be able to watch HD resolution videos of Netflix and Prime Video without any problem.

Realme X Performance and Battery Life

Reality X is a big phone but it is not wide, so the grip is also good while holding the phone. We did not find the body slippery of the phone, but if you find the body slippery of Reality X, then you can apply the case that comes with the phone. It is difficult to reach the top of the phone’s display with one hand but if you enable one-handed mode it makes the whole interface smaller.

The realme X grabs everyone’s attention and it fits easily in the hand. The funny thing is that many people mistook it for the OnePlus 7 Pro because the design of both the Realme X and OnePlus 7 Pro handsets is very similar.


The phone ran well even after regular use and gaming of Reality X. The company says that the new gel cooling technology has been used in the phone which uses copper foil, graphite flakes and aluminum alloy to reduce heat. Snapdragon 710 processor gives good gaming performance.

PUBG Mobile was set to high graphics by default and the gameplay was smooth as well. Asphalt 9: Legends also ran smoothly without any frame drops. Realme X is also very good for media playback. This is the first phone of Reality with Dolby Atmos support. This is enabled by default for the lower speaker and cannot be turned off.

However, if you are using headphones, you can turn it off. You can choose between different sound modes or leave it on ‘Smart’. The sound from the phone is loud and the sound quality is also good. Both the fingerprint sensor and the Face Unlock feature in Reality X unlock the phone faster.

There are two ways you can use the Face Unlock feature, either by holding the power button to wake up the screen so that the camera module pops up, or by swiping up on the lock screen. Reality X offers strong battery life even when using the camera a lot. The 3,765mAh battery lasted for 14 hours and 28 minutes in our battery loop test, which is a good sign.

The phone’s battery supported for one and a half days on a single charge on video streaming, camera usage, gaming and social apps usage. The phone also supports Vook 3.0 fast charging and the phone was charged from 0 to about 93 percent in an hour.

Realme X camera

Reality X comes with dual rear cameras. Here is the 48-megapixel Sony IMX 586 primary sensor with F / 1.7 aperture. With this, a 5 megapixel secondary camera with F / 2.4 aperture has been given. The primary sensor uses 4-in-1 pixel binning technology which takes four pixels as one pixel to capture more light and saves a 12-megapixel picture.

The same sensor has also been used in Redmi Note 7 Pro (Review) and OnePlus 7 Pro and the pictures taken from both were good. The main camera captures colors and detail well while capturing landscape shots in adequate light. There was no lack of sharpness in the picture. Reality X does a good job with HDR and dynamic range is also good.


When shooting against light, the Chroma Boost button in the viewfinder works to boost colors and brightness. Apart from this you also get a 2x button but it is only for digital zoom. Close-up shots were also captured very well. The color tone is a bit warm, but color and detail were captured well.


Even when shooting indoor in artificial light, detail was captured well without noise in close-up shots. The second sensor helps to map the edges of objects, due to which portrait shots look good. Can’t adjust background blur but it looks natural. Low-light performance is good.

There was a slight lack of sharpness in the pictures taken in the dark and a little noise was also seen. If you want, you can capture pictures with better detail and sharpness using the Nightscape mode given in the phone. It definitely takes a few seconds to capture the picture but the picture is captured brighter and with better detail.


A 16-megapixel front camera has been given in the pop-up module for selfie and video calling. It also uses pixel binning technology when shooting in portrait mode. It gives portrait shots of 8 megapixels but when taking normal selfies and shooting in night it takes 16 megapixels.

Colors and detail were captured well in the selfie taken with Reality X, due to which the picture came out good. Brightness and colors were good even in selfies taken in low light. If you want, you can add bokeh effect for selfie but it looks artificial but edge detection is good.


The Realme X is capable of shooting up to 4K videos but lacks image stabilization. The phone automatically stabilizes the video footage while shooting at 1080 resolution. Apart from this, you will also get 960 frames per second mode.

our decision

realme x With this, the company has tried to make an affordable flagship and it is a good smartphone. Of course, there is no option to increase the storage in the phone, but with 128 GB storage it is not a big problem. Reality X is well built and it looks good too. It has a big and vivid display, good software and good cameras.

Reality has also given Type-C port in it. It may also happen that its large design may not be liked by everyone, especially when you have small hands. Apart from this, we also liked the video stabilization at 4K. Realme X is one of the best smartphones in the price segment under Rs 20,000. This Samsung Galaxy M40 ,review), Vivo Z1 Pro (review) And Redmi Note 7 Pro ,review) is included in our list.

before Vivo V15 Pro Was the most affordable smartphone with an in-display fingerprint sensor but now Realme X is available at a lower price than it. If you don’t mind its big size, then Reality X has great features and its performance is also good.

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