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Madhav Sheth shows off a Transparent version of the realme X7 Pro


realme is gearing up to launch the realme X7 series of smartphones in less than two days. The series will have realme X7, realme X7 Pro where the former is likely a rebadged realme V15 from China. While the company has almost confirmed everything about the Pro variant, the realme India & Europe CEO Madhav Sheth has just showcased a transparent version.


In a tweet, Madhav Showed off a Transparent version of the realme X7 Pro in style. As you can see below, the images show a rear panel that is fully wiped off its color scheme. Most part of the rear appears black beneath showing how the inside of the rear would look like. Going by the leaked specs, some of the black portions should be the NFC coil.

Labeled as a ‘DEMO PHONE’, its transparency even goes to the extent of the sides looking shiny in the lighting. We can also spot the rectangular rear-camera layout with rounded corners. Interestingly, the Flash layout seems to be tucked in the layout with a Ribbon cable from the board and not sorted onto it.

This is not the only time we are seeing transparent versions of the device. Companies like Razer(with Razer Phone 2

) and Xiaomi went ahead and itself launched a Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition back in 2018. And followed it with the Mi 9. OnePlus also tried its luck with a JerryRigEverything-inspired Creator Case for OnePlus Nord that shows how an internals would look like.

Transp arent back panels have gained their own set of audience over the years. Advancements like Electrochromism

have paved the way for future devices debuting with transparent panels. These glasses, which having color-changing characteristics, are very close to becoming real.

Coming back, the realme X7 Pro, is probably coming to India in Aeroline Black, Skyline White, and an Iridescent(C-Color gradient in China) colors. Hence, we aren’t really sure if the company will launch a ‘Transparent Version’ as the ‘Special Edition’.

Would you buy a Transparent edition of the realme X7 Pro if it launches in India? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.



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