Realme XT Pro Match OnePlus 7 Pro Specs, 5G Smartphone To Come With 7nm Snapdragon Chip

Realme is planning to close big with 2019. While it already had made headlines in many parts of the world with some great top-end budget smartphones, the first quad camera budget smartphone series and the first 64MP camera smartphone in India, it now plans to bring the most advanced 5G technology at an affordable cost. 

Realme XT Pro Match OnePlus 7 Pro Specs, 5G Smartphone To Come With 7nm Snapdragon Chip

The company will also be unveiling its first true entry-premium flagship in the country, Realme XT Pro

The Realme 5G phone is going to be powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 7-series 7nm chip, officially confirmed by the chip-maker. Previously Realme confirmed that the device will run on the latest Qualcomm flagship chip, and will pack in the latest of technologies regarding cameras, display and others.

Realme XT Pro Match OnePlus 7 Pro Specs, To Feature 90Hz Display

The new leak shows that Realme XT will match up with the specs of the current OnePlus flagship, the OnePlus 7 Pro. Realme XT Pro will feature the same 90Hz display. The company has announced that their upcoming flagship will sport the same 90Hz refresh rate in its display as OnePlus 7 Pro supporting HDR 10.

Realme XT Pro will come with the same processor as Redmi K20, the newly launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 730.

The key specs are out, and they confirm some interesting details about the upcoming Realme XT Pro as the Snapdragon 730 chip, quad camera setup, 64MP camera sensor and more.

Realme XT Pro will come with a similar 64MP quad camera system as the new Realme XT. The four camera system at the back will use the much-hyped Samsung 64MP GW1 sensor as the primary lens with three additional sensors. The company will probably use an 8MP ultra wide-angle sensor and two 2MP sensors: a macro lens and a depth-sensing portrait sensor.

Realme XT Pro will come with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The other features are expected to remain the same as AMOLED display, in-display fingerprint sensor, CG5 touted glass sandwich body, big battery, fast charging support and such things.

Coming to Realme XT Pro India launch, we first need to wait for the regular Realme XT. Realme XT Pro India launch may happen after Diwali.

Realme XT is launching in the country on September 13. Realme XT Pro India price will be somewhere around Rs 20,000. The company will be taking on Redmi K20 directly with XT Pro, hence Realme XT Pro India price will remain competitive at around sub-20,000.

Realme 5G Smartphone To Run On Snapdragon 7nm Chip: Coming To India?

Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed that the ex-Oppo sub-brand will be launching its first 5G smartphone this year. Realme confirmed at that the Realme X launch last year that it is indeed working on a 5G smartphone, but did not reveal any details.

While rumours were there that it will bring in the 5G device next year, but it’s now been cleared. The device will arrive this year.

Realme is soon going to be among one of the first brands in the world to bring in  a 5G smartphone globally this year.

The very first Realme 5G smartphone will run on the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile platform, built on a 7nm architecture with the Snapdragon X50 modem to enable the latest fifth generation mobile telephony.

It’s yet to be confirmed whether the company will introduce a new 5G smartphone under its 5G device portfolio or add up 5G technology to any existing model to offer 5G support. 

Realme has confirmed that the company will be launching its 5G smartphone in the country as soon as India gets 5G connectivity. The company CEO added that the company is determined to bring in the best of technology to the country as early as possible. 

Only a few cities in India has 5G infrastructure ready, so the availability will be limited for the time being. Any company who plans to sell a 5G supported smartphone in the country will wait until the country has a pan-India network, or atleast is available commercially in most of the areas.

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