Realme just unveiled the Realme X — the company’s tenth phone and first proper mid-range handset. You can read our early impressions here, but the general feeling is that the young Chinese brand has knocked it out of the park with a great value phone.
That shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise as the BBK company has been busting out decent phones for a year now. What does come as a bit of a bizarre surprise is that the Realme X has two special editions based on vegetables.
Say hello to the Realme X “onion” and “garlic” editions.
Both editions are a little more pricey than the regular white or blue models at 1,899 yuan ($276), but what you lose in cash you’ll certainly gain in attention at the dinner table when you whip this thing out (just don’t cook it by mistake).
We’ve seen some weird and wonderful special edition phones over the years, but I’m struggling to think of any phones designed around nutritious veg.
Fingers crossed we get the onion and garlic Realme X models outside of China.
Are you rooting for Realme’s odd designs or do you think they’re a little too overcooked? Let us know in the comments.
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