Realme’s CEO Using Xiaomi’s Tweets to Promote Realme X?

  • Manu Kumar Jain also tweeted something about the processor
  • BBK owned Realme has launched this smartphone in India recently

Madhav Sheth, CEO, Realme Mobiles India, took to Twitter to post what CEO and product manager of Xiaomi though about the Snapdragon 710 processor. Interestingly, Realme’s latest smartphone offering, Realme X, comes installed with the same processor.

Sheth’s tweet read, “Have a look at what industry experts have to say about Snapdragon 710. It is premium indeed! RealmeX, LeapToPremium.”

As a matter of fact, the Xiaomi team was quick to post tweets that appeared centered around what Madhav Sheth had posted on Twitter. Manu Kumar Jain, Global VP, Xiaomi India, tweeted, “ROFL. Truckload of processors – first SD 625 & now SD 710! When we made the ‘Truck’ joke, we never realised that it’ll go on for months! We’re probably the only brand to make fun of ourselves. No one could have summarized it better than commander Ghalsasi.”

Realme X features a pop-up camera

Deriving the pop-up selfie camera design probably from its family members Oppo, Vivo and Oneplus, Realme X is the first smartphone by Realme that comes equipped with a pop-up selfie camera. It is to be noted here that Xiaomi is also launching a new smartphone on 17 July in India. Xiaomi has been promoting its upcoming smartphone as the fastest in the world.

BBK Realme, on the other hand has launched Realme X in two different variants in India. Launched in combination of 4GB RAM + 128 GB ROM and 8GB RAM and 128 GB ROM, this latest smartphone by Realme features a 48MP+5MP dual rear camera setup on the back. The company has priced the 4GB RAM Realme X variant at Rs 17,999 and the 8GB RAM variant Realme X at Rs 19,999.

The front camera on the Realme X is a Sony 16MP sensor. It supports VOOC 3.0 20W flash charge and is based on ColorOS 6. Realme X also features and in-display fingerprint sensor.

Author – Mukul Yudhveer Singh. An avid reader, Mukul finds peace in books and technology. He’s as passionate about writing as he is about playing cricket and hitting the gym. If not writing or reading, you will most likely find him drawing tattoo designs or analyzing political campaigns.