Say hello to the Realme X7 Max, the fresh new arrival at HQ. It’s a phone identical to the Realme GT Neo and very similar to the Realme GT 5G with the only differences being the chipset – Dimensity 1200 instead of Snapdragon 888 – and 50W charging instead of 65W.
The Realme GT Neo became official at the end of March in China, while the X7 Max came to India two months later.
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