Camera phone seems to be the trend nowadays. After iPhone 11 with its triple camera and Google Pixel 4 XL with its rumored telephoto camera, now its time for a cheap camera phone. Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Realme announced the launch of Realme XT.
Not only three, the phone will have four rear cameras installed. The main camera will reportedly be Samsung Electronics’ ISO cell GW1 64 million pixel image sensor and F1.8 aperture. The camera usually holds 16 million pixel pictures and 64 million pixel pictures at high resolution.
The 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera has an F2.25 aperture at 119o angle. While the 4-megapixel camera supports the shortest filming distance of 4cm. And the other is a 2-megapixel in-depth camera. In addition, a 16-megapixel selfie camera will be placed in front of the main body.
Realme XT: cheap, but not a twopenny
Supported by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 712, Realme XT would not be behind in terms of processor. The phone will have two versions, one with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, or the upgraded 8GB RAM with 128GB storage.
With the fast charging system, the 4000 mAh battery will only need 80 minutes to be fully charged.
For the screen, Realme equipped the smartphone with an AMOLED. It is 6.4 inches in size and have a resolution of 2,340 x 1080. The phone will also have fingerprint recognition available on screen. And it will be powered by Google Android 9, which is updateable to Android 10 within the first quarter of 2020.
Targeting the Indian market, Realme has set a lower price for the phones. Realme XT will be available starting from 15,999 rupees ($224) and 18,999 rupees ($265). Each for the 4GB/64GB and 8GB/128 GB versions, respectively. Realme will start selling Realme XT in India today (9/16).
Though it might not be on par with iPhone 11, this affordable camera phone might be perfect to lure the selfie savvy youngsters of India. So far, Chinese smartphone manufacturers have been dominating the Indian market.