- The unboxing video reveals the box contents of the upcoming phone
- Realme 7 series will be launched in India on September 3rd
- The video was uploaded by a Vietnamese YouTube channel
Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro smartphones are set to launch in India on September 3rd and ahead of the launch, an unboxing video of the alleged Realme 7 has been leaked on YouTube. This video has been uploaded by a Vietnamese channel called “Mix with remix” and does not just show the box contents and the handset’s design but also reveals all of the core specifications of the smartphone. As seen in the teasers, the Realme 7 can be seen in the video with a vertical camera arrangement instead of the ‘L-shaped’ module present on the Pro model. While the brand has not yet confirmed the Vietnam launch of the handset, the alleged retail box features the same bright yellow design scheme as the previous Realme handsets.
Coming to the leaked specifications first, the handset’s alleged retail box reveals that the phone will feature a 90Hz Ultra Smooth Display, Helio G95 gaming processor, 64MP Sony sensor, quad camera module, 5,000mAh battery, 30W Dart Charge support. The phone in the video can be seen with 8GB RAM and 128GB built-in storage. On the software side, the handset can be seen running Android 10-based Realme UI out of the box.
Talking about the camera department, the quad camera module features a 64MP primary sensor, 8MP ultrawide-angle sensor, 2MP monochrome sensor, and 2MP depth sensor. The handset in the video can be seen with a headphone jack, USB Type-C charging port, and a triple card slot for two SIM cards and an SD card.
Coming to the design and box contents, the alleged Realme 7 in the video can be seen with a punch-hole at the top-left of the display for the selfie camera. The fingerprint sensor has been side-mounted on the phone as the brand has still not switched to AMOLED panels, which enable the under-display fingerprint sensor option. The handset’s retail box allegedly ships with a 30W Dart Charger, a standard transparent case, and a USB-A to USB-C cable.