Realme XT Leaks In Official Renders – The Leap To 64MP

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Just bought a Realme X? I pity you, I really do. Realme has released a official render of the upcoming Realme XT, an upgrade to the X. Right after the Realme 5 Pro launched, the CEO promises a 64MP phone before the end of September and looks like they’ll deliver on that promise!

The XT.

The Realme XT will come with Samsung’s new ISOCELL GW1 64 MP sensor that’s being hyped to the highest degree. We’ll also be seeing a macro sensor and a dedicated wide-angle camera amongst the 4 pronged camera array.

The Realme X launched just a month ago.

If you observe keenly you’ll notice there isn’t a finger print scanner on the back, hence hinting at an inevitable in-display fingerprint scanner paired with an AMOLED display. As of now other hardware specifications are still yet to be confirmed, so stay tuned here for more updates.

Realme needs to move on from the Snapdragon 710.

What we do know however is that we’ll be getting a stunning new “Snow White” gradient finish (as pictures amongst snow). We’re keeping our fingers crossed that Realme will make a significant jump in terms of processor, considering that last 3 phones they’ve launched have used some variant of the Snapdragon 710 which is getting quite old. Let’s hope for the best!

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Siddharth Balajee
A doctor in the making who's an avid tech enthusiast. If this isn't a paradox I don't know what is.

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