April 24 is Realme’s Launch Date for the Narzo 70x 5G in India

The number of smartphone launches Realme has already completed this year is astounding. The business first introduced the Realme 12 series, which featured the Realme 12 and Realme 12+, at the beginning of this year. This followed the release of the Realme 12 Pro and Realme 12 Pro+. Subsequently, the Realme 12X smartphone and the Realme Nazro 70 Pro 5G were introduced by the business. Realme revealed the Realme P1G, the first smartphone in the P series, just last week in India.

A few design and camera features of the Narzo 70x 5G are revealed in the media invite. The smartphone initially has a half-moon shape and a circular camera module, just like the Narzo 70 Pro 5G. However, in the teaser, the Narzo 70x is seen flaunting a gorgeous powder blue shade rather than the green colour that was first presented with the Narzo 70 Pro 5G.

Additionally, Amazon India has listed the Realme Narzo 70X 5G, implying that the smartphone will only be sold through the online retailer.

The smartphone will enable 45W charging, according to the official invitation that Realme handed out. The teaser also suggests that the smartphone will cost less than Rs 12,000. Only three smartphones—the Realme P1 5G, Tecno Pova 5, and Realme 12X 5G—offer 45W charging speeds under the Rs 15,000 price range as of yet. In this category, the Realme 12X 5G smartphone and the Realme Narzo 70x 5G are probably going to compete.

The trailer also shows that the Narzo 70x will come with a triple camera configuration on the back, a flat display, and a mainly matte back, just like the Realme Narzo 70 pro 5G. According to the smartphone’s Amazon description, the Narzo 70x is also verified to have an IP54 dust and water resistant rating and a 120 Hz AMOLED display. We are curious as to why Realme is planning to release seven phones in less than four months in 2024, even if additional information about the phone should be available very soon. It’s not simply that the company is releasing a lot of smartphones; some of its most recent releases are in direct competition with other phones the company has introduced recently.