Realme introduces the X7 Max 5G and next-gen Smart TV 4K in India

The realme Smart TV 4K with Dolby Vision HDR technology offers Dolby Atmos immersive audio and a powerful quad-core processor

author_img IANS Published :  31st May 2021 08:43 PM   |   Published :   |  31st May 2021 08:43 PM
Realme's Smart TV 4K

Realme's Smart TV 4K

Realme introduced X7 Max 5G with first MediaTek Dimensity 1200 5G chip in India, along with Smart TV 4K that aims to provide an all-round package with the 4K cinematic experience.

Featuring a 120Hz Super AMOLED display for smooth gaming, 50W SuperDart Charge with a 4500mAh battery and a Sony 64MP triple rear sensor, the 6.43-inch X7 Max 5G will be available in two variants -- 8GB+128GB and 12GB+256GB.

The realme Smart TV 4K with Dolby Vision HDR technology offers Dolby Atmos immersive audio and a powerful quad-core processor.

All the devices will be up for sale on June 4. "realme's aims to provide its customers with the best tech-lifestyle experience possible, and the launch of both these products is another step in that direction," said Madhav Sheth, Vice President, realme and CEO, realme India and Europe.

"realme Smart TV 4K reaffirms our commitment to bring the next generation technology to our customers and highlights our strong presence in the Smart TV segment," he added.

With a 6nm chip, the realme X7 Max 5G comes with dual 5G standby. It will come in three colours -- Mercury Silver, Asteroid Black and Milky Way.

With 50W SuperDart Charge, the smartphone can be fully charged 50 per cent in approximately 16 minutes, claimed the company.

The device has a Sony 64MP triple camera with super nightscape at the real and a 16MP wide-angle selfie camera.

realme Smart TV 4K offers a LED screen, Google hands-free voice control, powerful 64-bit MediaTek quad-core processor, ultra bezel-less design and TUV Rheinland Low blue light certification.

With the latest Android 10 version, the viewers will have access to unlimited content like Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube and Google Play, the company said.

*Edited from an IANS report

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