Realme XT With 64MP Camera and Snapdragon 712 Goes Official Starting at Rs 15,999

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Realme today held a grand launch event in which it has finally introduced the Realme XT. This year, Realme has made some important launches which include the Realme 5 Pro and the Realme X, but the launch of the Realme XT is probably the most important one for the company as this phone comes with a 64MP camera. This puts Realme at a very competitive advantage as the company has become the first brand in India to make a 64MP phone official for the public. The Realme XT comes with some interesting specifications and this is what we got to know during the launch of the device.

Realme XT Design and Display

When it comes to design, the Realme XT sports the Hyperbola Light Effect on its rear panel and it comes with the new ID design. It is also the first device from the company to sport a design of its like. Realme has also announced that it will be launching the phone in two colour variants of Pearl White and Pearl Blue. As for the display, the Realme XT features a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display which will render a full-HD+ resolution. The screen on the Realme XT is also protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 not only on the front but also on the back.

Realme XT Specs

As for the specifications of the Realme XT, the company revealed that the phone sports the Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 and it comes paired with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. The phone boots Android 9 Pie with ColorOS 6 on top. The device will also come with dark mode support and redesigned system UI. Like every time, the Realme XT will also support 20 W VOOC fast charging and it comes with a 4,000mAh battery. The Realme XT also comes with Dolby Atmos support. For better gaming, the phone will come with HyperBoost 2.0.

Realme XT Camera 

Realme’s Nidhi Bhatia took to the stage to talk about the highlight of the phone which is the 64MP rear sensor. Bhatia revealed that the Realme XT sports the Samsung ISOCELL GW1 64MP sensor. This sensor has a f/1.8 aperture and it also supports electronic stabilisation. On the rear side, the 64MP sensor is also accompanied by three other shooters which include an 8MP f/f/2.25 wide-angle sensor, a 2MP macro sensor with f/2.4 aperture, and lastly a 2MP depth sensor with f/2.4 aperture. On the front, the front sensor is housed in a water-drop notch and it is a Sony IMX471 16MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture.

Realme XT Pricing and Availability

As for the pricing of the Realme XT, the company has announced that the phone will come with a Rs 15,999 price tag and it will be available September 16, 12 PM onwards with only 64,000 units to be put up for sale in the first go. Besides, Realme has also announced a gaming variant of the Realme XT which will be called the Realme XT 730G as it will come with the Snapdragon 730G SoC and a 30W fast charger.

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