This month, industry sources have told India Today Tech, Huawei will release its first pop-up camera smartphone this month. The next phone from Huawei will be priced under Rs 20,000.
Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 is confirmed to launch in India soon.
The smartphone will be available on Amazon India.
Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 offers a notch-less display and pop-up camera.
Huawei will launch the Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 in India soon. The company has confirmed the launch of its first pop-up camera phone in India via teasers last week. Amazon India has also teased the arrival of the Huawei Y9 Prime 2019, confirming that the phone will be available for purchase on the e-commerce platform. The mid-range smartphone touts a notch-less display, pop-up selfie camera, and a Krin 710F chipset, among other things.
Update: Huawei India has started teasing the launch of its upcoming pop-up camera phone, revealing that it will be part of the Huawei Y-series, which leads us to believe the company will launch the Huawei Y9 Prime (2019) in India soon
ProcessorHiSilicon Kirin 710F
Rear Camera16MP + 8MP + 2MP
Release Date13th May 2019
Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 specifications
The 2019 Huawei Y9 Prime is very comparable to the P Smart Z which took office back in May in Italy. In reality, in terms of design and hardware, the two devices are almost identical with the only distinction being that the 2019 Y9 Prime provides a triple camera setup while the P Smart Z provides dual cameras.
A 6.59-inch FHD+ LCD screen shows the upcoming Huawei phone in India. It provides a notch-less screen to hide the selfie camera in a system of the pop-up. The 2019 Y9 Prime is powered by a Kirin 710F octa-core chipset coupled with RAM 4 GB. Whether Huawei is going to launch a greater RAM model in India is uncertain.
The triple camera setup on the back of the Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 includes a 16MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. The pop-up camera houses a 16MP selfie sensor. The smartphone houses a 4,000mAh battery and comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. It also comes with a dual-tone finish on the back and has been launched globally in Midnight Black, Emerald Green and Sapphire Blue colors, and these colors are expected to come to India as well.
Revolt RV 400 Confirmed Launch Date — India’s first AI-enabled electric motorcycle is nearly here!
Revolt Motors, a start-up for electric motorcycles, is all set to launch its first item on the Indian market, the RV 400. Last month, the electric motorcycle was unveiled, with pre-bookings on both the business website and Amazon.in already started.
The company now revealed that on August 7, the RV400—the first AI-enabled electric bike in the country to go on sale in the Indian market. Deliveries of motorcycles are said to begin soon after the launch.
The electric motorcycle Revolt RV 400 will be accessible phase-wise. Motorcycle reservations started on June 25th and are presently accessible for Delhi and Pune. At a subsequent point, the business will expand to other Indian towns. Reservations for the Revolt RV 400 can be made with a Rs 1000 token
A host of characteristics and facilities comes with the Revolt RV 400. This involves LED headlights, LED taillights, LED DRLs, a full-digital cluster of instruments, and a host of other characteristics. The motorcycle can also be synced with the Revolt app on the smartphone, which provides additional AI-features as well.
Some of these extra characteristics include live monitoring of vehicles, geo-fencing, real-time vehicle diagnostics, locating the bicycle on the app, starting the bicycle remotely, and four distinct exhaust notes.
The precise RV 400 requirements have yet to be formally announced by the company. They revealed, however, that the electric motorcycle can do 156 km on a single charge while attaining a top speed of 85 km/h — here are the top things to know about the Revolt RV 400.
Revolt will also implement a number of distinctive charging methods for batteries. This also involves plug-in charging, removable battery pack, interchangeable battery stations and delivery of battery home.
Thoughts On The First Electric bikes India Launch Date
The revolt RV 400 will go on sale in the Indian market on the 7th of August. The motorcycle will be the first electric motorcycles enabled by AI in the country. In the range of Rs 1 lakh, ex-showroom (Delhi), the RV 400 is anticipated to be priced. The motorcycle currently has no direct rivals in the Indian market.
Realme X mobile has a 6.53 “(16.59 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and operates on the Android v9.0 (Pie) operating scheme. The device is powered by an Octa-core (2.2 GHz, Dual-core, Kryo 360 + 1.7 GHz, Hexa Core, Kryo 360) processor combined with 4 GB of RAM. Furthermore, this phone has an 8000 x 6000-pixel resolution CMOS Panel PST sensor with 48 MP + 5 MP and a CMOS sensor powering the front panel snapper.
Other sensors include light sensors, Accelerometer, Gyroscope. So, does it have a sensor for fingerprint? Yes, that’s it. This phone has an Adreno 616 GPU for graphical efficiency that can make games run smoothly. Onboard storage is at 128 GB with No. One of the most important factors when it comes to mobile devices is the decision of design to expand memory. This phone is 9.4 mm slim and weighs 191 grams.
Realme X Summary
The Realme X is driven by a 3,765mAh battery running Android 9 Pie.
The Realme X supports VOOC fast charging.
On 15 July 2019, the Realme X smartphone was introduced. The phone comes with a 6.53-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels at a pixel density of 394 pixels per inch (PPI) and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
Realme X is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 2.2GHz octa-core processor with 2 cores clocked at 2.2GHz and 6 cores clocked at 1.7GHz. It comes with 8GB of RAM.
As far as the cameras are concerned, the Realme X on the rear packs a 48-megapixel primary camera with an f/1.7 aperture and a second 5-megapixel camera with an f/2.4 aperture. It sports a 16-megapixel camera on the front for selfies, with an f/2.0 aperture.
Under Rs.20000 We presently have some really nice alternatives like the Samsung Galaxy M40, Redmi Note 7 Pro and Vivo Z1 Pro, so the Realme X has some hard competition. On paper, Realme seems to have covered its bases fairly well, and now it’s time to see if it can deliver the kind of outcomes we’re expecting in day-to-day use.
Realme X design
The Realme X results well in terms of design and even feels premium apart from the striking looks. This phone is accessible in Polar White and Space Blue trims, which we checked the former. The off-white finish complements the chrome-plated sides well. The phone is a little thick at 9.33 mm, but even at 191 g, it doesn’t feel too heavy.
In addition, Realme X was launched in distinctive onion and garlic finishes in China and is also available for purchase in India. There is a distinctive Spider-man: Far From Home, with a themed case Spider-Man, a distinctive theme, and a memorial box.
We have a big 6.53-inch full-HD+ OLED screen with Gorilla Glass 5 on the front of the Realme X. The bezels around the screen are very slim, except for the slightly dense chin on the bottom. There is no notch or hole that does not interrupt your content.he display sides aren’t curved, but overall, this phone looks a bit like the OnePlus 7 Pro, which isn’t a bad thing at all.
Colors are vivid and punchy, and the brightness becomes satisfactorily high, making it simple to see content under any kind of light. Our assessment system had a screen protector pre-applied, but when interacting with the display, its edges felt rough to us, so we got rid of it.
The Realme X has a Goodix optical fingerprint sensor on display, which is quick to authenticate your finger, You can also choose from five distinct animations. There is also face recognition using the center-mounted selfie pop-up camera.
Realme says the Realme X pop-up mechanism has been tested to withstand about 200,000 cycles, so hopefully, for as long as you own the phone, you shouldn’t have any problems. Sapphire glass is said to be the material that covers the front panel, which is useful for durability. There’s also a motion-triggered safety mechanism, which automatically retracts the camera module when the phone detects that it is falling.
The shiny back of the Realme X looks like glass, but it’s actually a polycarbonate layer. Thankfully, it didn’t seem to pick up scuff marks, and smudges aren’t easily visible on the white color. The Realme logo is placed vertically in the center this time, and above it, we have the dual cameras and LED flash. The physical volume and power buttons are placed ergonomically on either side of the phone.
At the bottom, we have the headphone jack, USB Type-C port, and a single speaker. It’s nice to finally see Realme adopting the newer USB standard. The SIM tray is on the side and only accepts two Nano-SIM cards. Realme X is the company’s first phone without expandable storage. In India, this shouldn’t be a big issue since all variants have 128GB of storage.
In the box, you get a hard plastic case for the phone, a USB Type-C cable, a VOOC 3.0 fast charger, a SIM eject tool, and manuals.
Realme X specifications and software
The Realme X is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC, which we recently saw in the less expensive Realme 3 Pro. Compared to the Snapdragon 675, which is also a popular choice in this segment, CPU performance is a little weaker but it has better-integrated graphics capabilities and is slightly more power-efficient thanks to its smaller 10nm fabrication.
In India, the Realme X is available in two variants — one with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (Rs. 16,999), and the other with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (Rs. 19,999), which is the one that we have. The type of RAM used is LPDDR4X and you also get decently quick UFS 2.1 storage.
Other specifications of the Realme. X includes dual 4G with VoLTE, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, support for GPS, GLONASS, and Beidou navigation systems, and the usual suite of sensors. This phone doesn’t have FM radio though.
The Realme X runs ColorOS 6, which is based on Android 9 Pie
The software is fairly up-to-date, with the Realme X running ColorOS 6 based on Android 9 Pie, along with the June Android security patch. The interface is similar to what we’ve recently seen on the Realme 3 Pro with no major changes. Thanks to the OLED panel, you can have an always-on display when the phone is in standby. However, it’s limited to just showing the time, date, battery percentage, and missed alerts for SMSes and calls, but not notifications from any other app.
There are plenty of pre-installed apps, from Realme as well as third-party vendors. Some like NewsPoint is notorious for spamming you with notifications, but it can be uninstalled. Realme’s App Market is another app that does this, but you can reduce the number of notifications you get by disabling alerts from within the app.
There’s a Theme Store app for customizing the wallpapers and icons; commuting aids such as Driving Mode and Riding Mode which silence notifications; and some motion and gesture shortcuts. ColorOS also lets you run two instances of certain apps, and there’s a gesture for quickly enabling split-screen mode incompatible apps.
Game Centre is an app store that curates free games from the Play Store, but it’s a little redundant when you already have the Google Play Store. Game Space organizes all your games in one place and offers options to lock the brightness and prioritize system resources to the running game.
The unit that Realme sent us was only Widevine L3 certified, however, the company says that retail units will carry the L1 certification, which allows video-on-demand apps such as Netflix and Prime Video to stream video in HD resolutions and above.
Realme X performance and battery life
Realme X is a big phone. It’s not very wide, so getting a good grip isn’t an issue, but it is tall, which makes reaching the top of the display with one hand virtually impossible. You can enable one-handed mode, which shrinks the entire interface. We didn’t find the body to be slippery, but in case you do, the bundled case should provide additional grip.
The Realme X feels comfortable in the hand and is quite the attention grabber. A fun fact is that a lot of people mistook it for the OnePlus 7 Pro since they both have a very similar design language.
The pop-up camera works well for face authentication
The Realme X also runs cool with regular use as well as when performing CPU-intensive tasks such as gaming. Realme says it has used a new type of gel cooling technique, which uses a copper foil, graphite flakes, and an aluminum alloy for better heat dissipation. The Snapdragon 710 SoC delivers good gaming performance, and heavy titles such as PUBG Mobile default to the ‘High’ graphics preset. Gameplay was smooth, without any stutter even in intense battles. Other titles such as Asphalt 9: Legends also ran smoothly, with no visible frame drops.
While the fingerprint sensor on the Realme X is quick at authentication, face recognition is also fast. You can engage this in two ways —either press the power button to wake the screen and pop the camera module up or swipe up on the lock screen. In the darkness, the screen flashes brightly for a brief moment, which is enough for the camera to authenticate you.
Even with heavy use of the camera, the Realme X is still able to deliver solid day-long battery life. The 3,765mAh battery lasted for 14 hours and 28 minutes in our battery loop test, which is a good sign. When using this phone regularly with a mix of video streaming, camera usage, gaming, and social apps, we easily managed to go a day and a half, on one charge.
The phone also supports VOOC 3.0 fast charging, and we managed to get from zero to about 93 percent in an hour.
Realme X cameras
The Realme X uses the Sony IMX 586 48-megapixel rear camera, with a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The main sensor has an aperture of f/1.7 and uses 4-in-1 pixel binning which treats four pixels as one to capture more light, and saves 12-megapixel photos. This is the same sensor used in the Redmi Note 7 Pro and the OnePlus 7 Pro.
The primary camera on the Realme X does a nice job with colors and details with landscapes shot under excellent light. Distance objects are well defined, with excellent sharpness in the general picture. The regions at the far corners of the frame are rather noisy, though unless you zoom in. It is not very noticeable.
Realme X is doing a nice job with HDR, and the dynamic range is great. The Chroma Boost toggle in the viewfinder helps boost colors and brightness, which helps when shooting items against the light. You also get a’2x’ button, but this is only for digital zooming.
Close-up shots are also handled very well. The color tone is slightly warm, but colors and details are reproduced well. Even close-ups shot indoors under the artificial light pack in good amounts of detail, without a lot of noise.
The second sensor helps to map the edges around objects and people fairly accurately, resulting in good-looking portrait shots. The background blur isn’t adjustable but it looks natural.
Shot using Nightscape mode on the Realme X
The output of low light is nice. The photos get a little bit sharp and in darker areas, there is some visible noise. Sometimes, with little or no visible noise, we could take fairly clean scenery shots. You can squeeze out more detail and better sharpness by using the phone’s‘ Nightscape’ mode. Here, the phone takes a few seconds longer to capture an image better details
The Realme X has a 16-megapixel front camera, which also does pixel binning when shooting with portrait mode. This gives you an 8-megapixel portrait shot, but when shooting regular selfies, even at night, the phone saves a 16-megapixel image.
Selfies shot with the Realme X usually look nice, with nice colors and adequate detail. In embellishing your skin, the AI is not so aggressive. Selfies have excellent shine and colors even in low light. For selfies, you can add a bokeh effect that looks artificial, but the detection of the borders is good.
The Realme X can shoot up to 4 K video, but image stabilization is not available. If you don’t go too far, then the image quality is useful as excellent. Noise and colors and details are maintained even under low light. Even in low light.
At 1080p, the phone automatically stabilizes video footage. This works well and there isn’t a lot of distortion when shooting in low light either. There are some slow-motion modes to play with too, including a 960fps mode. The latter saves short clips but the slowed-down footage is choppy.
The Realme X is a company’s effort to build an “accessible flagship,” and we would say that it did a very nice job for the first time. Besides the lack of an expandable storage system, it is not a big problem since 128 GB of internal storage has been obtained. The Realme X looks nice and is well constructed. It has a large and vibrant screen, excellent software and a number of capable cameras.
Realme also had a Type-C port, something for a long moment we wanted. If we knock out the points, then we would say that this handset may not fit everybody, particularly if you have little hands. Furthermore, we’d also like the 4 K video stabilization.
The Realme X is an excellent complement to the sub-Rs 20000. The Vivo V15 Pro (Review) was the most affordable telephone you would want for a fingerprint sensor and a pop-up selfie, but now the Realme X offers all of that and more, at a lower price, along with the Samsung Galaxy M40, Vivo Z1 Pro and Redmi Note 7 Pro.
If you don’t mind this phone’s big size, Realme X offers a healthy set of features and good performance at a very competitive price.
Realme X Full Specifications
15th July 2019
Launched in India
161.20 x 76.00 x 9.40
Battery capacity (mAh)
Polar White, Space Blue Master edition Garlic & Onion
LENOVO LAUNCH ITS NEW BAND THAT IS CARDIO 2 AT GOOD PRICE
In our country, people have woken up to the health and fitness culture. The digital revolution has brought many health devices to our shores including a fitness band. This fitness band is called Lenovo Cardio 2 HX06H, which has Bluetooth Syncing syncing feature along with an Upto 20 Days battery life battery. The display size is 0.87 inches.
Lenovo has announced the launch of its latest fitness wearable in India – the Lenovo Smart Band Cardio 2. The Lenovo smart band comes with continuous heart rate monitoring, waterproof casing.they will be available for an asking price of Rs 1,499.
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The Cardio 2 comes with a 0.87-inch OLED display which will be able to display information on running, walking, cycling. It allows users to check text messages and voice call notifications directly from the connected device.
The Cardio 2 offers a 24-hour continuous dynamic heart rate monitor and a Sleep Monitoring system. The device will be able to track the user’s state of sleep. whether deep or light and help improve its quality.
The smart band also has a Sedentary Remind mode. which reminds the wearer to get up and walk if they have been sitting for too long, along with a new step counting algorithm that promises enhanced accuracy.
The Cardio 2 ispowered by a Nordic 52832 Processor and offers Bluetooth 5 for connectivity. The device can beconnected to smartphones running iOS 8 or Android 5 or higher using the Lenovo Life app and has a built-in USB port that can be directly connected to a computer or USB port for charging.
With the 5ATM Waterproof rating, the Cardio 2 can survive 50 meters of water immersion. The Cardio 2 will thus be able to support swimming, surfing, bathing, and washing. Lastly, the smart band features a 100mAh lithium-polymer battery which the company says will last for up to 20 days on one charge.
Speaking about the launch, Aodishi Technology (Lenovo Beijing’s authorized Channel Partner for Sales in India) GM, XieSenchu said “Lenovo is pushing smart wearables as a category since last year and the launch of Smart Band Cardio 2 is a step in the same direction. The Indian fitness wearable market is poised to witness immense growth, and we have already captured over 8 percent of the market share in the segment. There is a great deal of untapped potential for smart bands, especially in the affordable segment. By offering a unique health and wellness proposition through advanced features, we are confident of capturing a larger market share in the price-sensitive market”.
Aoshi Technology India Head, Naveen Bajaj also commented saying “Cardio 2 is the appropriate fitness partner for the new age, health-conscious millennial. The product will be a disrupter in its category as there is no competing product offering so many features at this price point. The new smart band comes with some top-of-the-line features, like the dynamic heart rate monitor, and super battery life, that provide a never-before comfort and ease to the user”.
The Lenovo Cardio 2 Smart Band will be available for an asking price of Rs 1,499 on Amazon from July 4.
Vivo Z1 Pro sounds great for Rs14,990, but is it as nice as Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro and Realme X Or Samsung Galaxy M40? VivoZPro is compared to Redmi Note 7Pro,Samsung Galaxy M40,and Realme X
Vivo Z1 Pro is priced in India starting at Rs.14,990
Samsung Galaxy M40, on the other hand, is priced at Rs. 19,990
Samsung and Xiaomi variants are powered by Snapdragon 675 SoC
Just a day ago,Vivo Z1 Pro was introduced in India and the phone comes with amazing paper requirements. It is the first to deliver a Snapdragon 712 processor and also packs a big 5,000mAh battery. It is also fitted with a 32-megapixel selfie sensor and is aggressively priced beginning at Rs. 14,990. The phone will compete with Redmi Note 7 Pro and Samsung Galaxy M40 in the Indian market. It will also compete with the Realme X set to launch in India on July 15.
Vivo Z1 Pro vs Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Realme X vs Samsung Galaxy M40: Price compared:
Vivo Z1 Pro Variant Price:
Vivo Z1 Price in India starts at Rs. 14,990 for the 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage variant, while its 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage model is priced at Rs. 16,990, and the top-end 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage option is at Rs. 17,990. It will go on sale from July 11 in Mirror Black, Sonic Black, and Sonic Blue color choices via Flipkart and Vivo India e-store.
Launch offers on the Vivo Z1 Pro include Rs. 750 instant discount for ICICI Bank debit and credit cards. A Reliance Jio offer was also announced, applicable on purchases from the Vivo India E-Store.
Xiaomi Sub Brand Redmi Note 7 Pro Variant Price:
The Redmi Note 7 Pro, on the other hand, is priced in India starting at Rs. 13,999 for the base variant with 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of inbuilt storage. The top-end variant, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of inbuilt storage, is priced at Rs. 16,999. The Redmi Note 7 Pro will go on sale via Flipkart and Mi.com, in Neptune Blue, Nebula Red, and Space Black colour variants.
Samsung Galaxy M40 Variant Price:
The Samsung Galaxy M40 is priced in India at Rs. 19,990, and the smartphone is available in a single 6GB + 128GB storage variant. The phone is available on Amazon India and Samsung Online Store. The smartphone is listed in Midnight Blue and Seawater Blue gradient colour options.
Realme X Variant Price:
Finally, the Realme X was launched in China and its price starts at CNY 1,499 (around Rs. 15,400) for the 4 GB + 64 GB storage variant, whereas the 6 GB + 64 GB version carries a price tag of CNY 1,599 (around Rs. 16,400) and 8 GB + 128 GB retails at CNY 1,799 (around Rs. 18,500). There is also a unique Naoto Fukasawa. The Naoto Fukasawa collection carries a slightly higher price tag – CNY 1,899 (roughly Rs. 19,500).The phone is set to launch in India on July 15.
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Vivo Z1 Pro vs Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Realme X vs Samsung Galaxy M40:Specifications compared:
All devices run on top of Android Pie depending on separate skins. The Vivo Z1 Pro and Realme X featurea big full-HD (1080x2340pixels) 6.53-inch display along with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The other two devices sport a full-HD+ display of 6.3 inches (1080×2340 pixels) resolution.The Vivo and Samsung variant sport a hole-punch display while the Xiaomi version has a waterdrop-style notch.. The Realme X offers a notch-less display, with the selfie camera popping-up from the top edge.
The Vivo Z1 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 712 SoC, the Realme X is powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC, while the other two are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC. All the phones offer up to 6GB of RAM.The Vivo Z1 Pro has a dedicated microSD card slot for expansion, while Samsung and Xiaomi offer hybrid microSD card solution.The Realme X China variant does not offer a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
For pictures and videos, the Vivo Z1 Pro features a triple rear camera setup that contains a 16-megapixel main sensor with a f/1.78 lens, a 8-megapixel secondary sensor with a 120-degree super wide-angle f/2.2 lens, and a 2-megapixel tertiary sensor (specifically for bokeh impact) with a f/2.4 lens.On the other side, the 32-megapixel selfie camera is available along with a f/2.0 lens.Vivo given a list of camera characteristics on the Z1 Pro, including AI Filter, Backlight HDR, Portrait Bokeh, Portrait Light Effects, AI Stickers, AI Beauty, and Live Photo among others.
Samsung M 40 camera:
The Samsung Galaxy M40 also has a triple rear camera setup that houses a 32-megapixel primary sensor with f/1.7 lens, a 5-megapixel secondary, depth sensor, and an 8-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide-angle lens. There is a 16-megapixel sensor at the front as well.
Realme X camera:
On the imaging front, the Realme X will pack a dual camera setup on the back, which houses a 48-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.7 lens and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with an f/2.4 lens. There is a 16-megapixel selfie shooter with f/2.0 aperture on the front in a pop-up module.
Redme Note 7 pro camera:
Finally, the Redmi Note 7 Pro sports a dual rear camera setup that contains a 48-megapixel main sensor with a f/1.79 lens and a 5-megapixel secondary depth sensor. There is also a 13-megapixel camera sensor at the front. The rear camera setup supports a list of artificial intelligence (AI) powered characteristics such as AI scene detection, AI Portrait 2.0 and aNight mode.It also offers 4K video recording.
The Vivo Z1 Pro supplies the biggest 5,000mAh battery, the Redmi Note 7 Pro packs a 4,000mAh battery, the Realme X packs a 3,765mAh battery, while the Samsung Galaxy M40 packs a 3,500mAh battery.
The Samsung Galaxy M40 is the lightest and thinest at 155.3×73.9×7.9 mm and 168 grams. The Realme X is the thickest at 161.20×76.00×9.40 mm and the Vivo Z1 Pro is the heaviest at 201 grams.A 3.5 mm audio jack is missing from the Samsung Galaxy M40, while a jack comes with the Redmi Note 7 Pro, Realme X, and the Vivo Z1 Pro. All four devices support Bluetooth v5, and a back fingerprint sensor is available for Samsung, Vivo, and Xiaomi. The Realme X, on the other hand, offers an in-screen fingerprint sensor.The Vivo Z1 Pro offers a Micro-USB port, while the other three are equipped with a USB Type-C port.