Realme X7 series is rumoured to launch in India from quite some time. Now, Flipkart has started teasing the launch of a new Realme phone under the X-series. While the teaser page does not explicitly mention Realme X7 or X7 Pro, it does ask visitors to guess the name of the upcoming phone. Realme X7 series was launched in September 2020 in China with MediaTek Dimensity processors.
Flipkart has started teasing the launch of the next Realme X-series smartphone in India and it is asking users to check back for more details on January 27. Realme could be announcing the launch date of their upcoming smartphones on January 27. According to a previous report, the Realme X7 series could launch in India on February 5 but it has not been confirmed by the company yet.
The X7 series by Realme was earlier rumoured to launch in December 2020 but that didn’t happen. However, this time, Realme has begun teasing the imminent launch of the new phones under the X-series. Unless Realme decides to change the name, the launch of the X7 series is set to happen sometime in the next few weeks.
With the Realme X7 series already launched in China, its key specifications and features are out in the open. Here’s a look at the specs of the Realme X7 and Realme X7 Pro.
Realme X7 and X7 Pro specifications
Realme X7 Pro features a 6.55-inch Full HD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels) resolution AMOLED screen with a punch-hole cut out for the selfie camera. The display supports 120Hz high refresh rate, is topped with a layer of Gorilla Glass 5 and is also home to a fingerprint reader under the screen. It measures 8.5 millimetres in thickness and weighs 184 grams.
Meanwhile, the Realme X7 features a 6.4-inch Full HD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels) resolution display that uses an AMOLED panel with a punch-hole cut out for the selfie camera. The screen is topped with a layer of Gorilla Glass for additional protection and there is a fingerprint reader underneath. It measures 8.1 millimetres in thickness and weighs 175 grams.
The Realme X7 is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 800U processor with an octa-core CPU and Mali0G57 GPU. It runs on Android 10-based Realme UI out-of-the-box. This is paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB storage options to choose from.
As for the X7 Pro, it is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor with an octa-core CPU and Mali-G77 GPU. This is paired with up to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage options to choose from.
Realme X7 and Realme X7 Pro both have quad-camera setup on the back that consists of a primary 64MP camera with an f/1.8 aperture, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera with 119-degree field-of-view, a 2MP macro camera and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, there is a 32MP selfie camera housed within the punch-hole cutout. The rear cameras can record in up to 4K UHD at 60FPS with support for EIS.
The Realme X7 has a 4,300mAh battery that also supports 65W fast charging. Realme claims that the phone can be fully charged in 33 minutes. The X7 Pro, on the other hand, is equipped with a 4,500mAh battery with support for 65W fast charging out-of-the-box. It can go from 0-100% in 35 minutes, as per Realme.
US Attorneys General Coalition urges Facebook not to launch “Instagram for Kids”
Back in March is when we heard the first reports from Buzzfeed about discussions within the company to plan an “Instagram for Kids” app that would allow children under the age of 13 to begin using the popular photos-sharing app in a supposedly safe way.
A coalition of 44 US attorneys general all signed a letter to Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg dated this Monday. The letter lists reasons and cites research to show that Facebook should not go forth with its plans to develop and market a kid-friendly version of the Instagram app.
Facebook has repeatedly failed to protect the health and wellbeing of children on its platforms. “Instagram for Kids” is a shameful attempt to exploit and profit off vulnerable people. I’m leading a letter to Mark Zuckerberg with 44 AGs to demand they abandon this plan.
— Maura Healey (@MassAGO) May 10, 2021
Among the reasons listed in the letter are: Facebook’s poor history of protecting children’s privacy and data on the platform, research showing that social media can be harmful to children on physical and psychological levels, children do not have a fully-developed understanding of privacy and can easily be targeted by anonymous predators, and a large percentage of surveyed young Instagram users have experienced cyber bullying on the app.
It appears that Facebook is not responding to a need, but instead creating one, as this platform appeals primarily to children who otherwise do not or would not have an Instagram account. In short, an Instagram platform for young children is harmful for myriad reasons. The attorneys general urge Facebook to abandon its plans to launch this new platform.
In the release published by the coalition head Attorney General Maura Healey, she cited Zuckerberg’s dismissal of the idea that social media is harmful to children. The release points out there is much strong evidence and research that contradicts Zuckerberg’s denial.
Currently, children under 13 are not allowed to have an Instagram account unless it is explicitly written in the profile’s description that the account is being managed by a parent or guardian. Back in March, Instagram released a blog post showing the ways that it’s protecting minors under 18 on the platform. The AG coalition doesn’t think this will be enough, especially if Instagram begins inviting users that are even younger than 13.
Google asks Wear OS users to fill out survey with update expected soon
Google I/O is taking place next week where the company will announce updates and future improvements across its various platforms, operating systems, and online services. Android Central reports that some users on Android have been prompted to fill a survey to help improve Wear OS.
There has been much speculation about Wear OS and what direction Google may be steering the platform. Ever since Google’s Acquisition of Fitbit, it was rumored that Google planned to launch a Pixel-branded smartwatch, but that never materialized.
Scrolling through Wear OS App drawer on Skagen Faslter 3 using its rotating dial
In recent months, Wear OS has been seeing gradual updates to core features like Google Fit, and more recently, it received an update to the built-in Gboard formatted for tiny-screen input. Custom Tiles are expected to come with the Spring update as well.
Wear OS is expected to be a significant focus at this year’s Google I/O given the amount of time it’s been since Wear OS received a significant update. As of this writing, there is currently no replacement app for Google Play Music, which was fully retired last year and succeeded by YouTube Music, which still has no app for Wear OS.
It’s going to be interesting to see how Google will optimize Wear OS for Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon Wear 4100 platform.
Unannounced Realme Narzo 30 stars in hands-on video ahead of launch
Realme’s Narzo 30 family is so far comprised of the Narzo 30 Pro 5G and the Narzo 30A, but there’s a third member coming soon. This will be the ‘vanilla’ Narzo 30, which was already spotted in a benchmark last month.
Although we still don’t know exactly when this phone is due to become official, someone has already gotten their hands on a review unit, and promptly posted an unboxing and hands-on video on YouTube – of a phone that isn’t even announced yet. Here it is for your viewing pleasure.
The device comes in a blue Narzo box, and has a 6.5-inch IPS LCD FHD+ 90Hz display with 580 nits of maximum brightness, a triple rear camera system (48 MP main, 2 MP black and white, 2 MP macro), 6GB of RAM, 128GB of expandable storage (with a dedicated slot), the MediaTek Helio G95 chipset at the helm, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 30W fast charging support.
It runs Android 11 with Realme UI 2.0 on top, weighs 192g and is 9.4mm thick. This unit is in the Racing Silver colorway. Unsurprisingly, there’s a soft jelly case in the box too. The phone is made of plastic and the fingerprint sensor is embedded in the power button on the right side. A 3.5mm headphone jack is on the bottom.
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