Realme has been on a starting binge, particularly in the spending limit and mid-extend cell phone class. A month ago, it propelled Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro with quad cameras. Its new item is called Realme XT, which has had the principal 64MP camera in cell phones.
Here is our audit of the device:
Realme has shed polycarbonate back for a glass body (Corning Gorilla Glass 5) to improve its looks and avoid fingerprints, too. The quad-camera setup sits on the left and a metal frame around it highlights it well.
The phone features a 6.4-inch full-screen AMOLED display with 16-megapixel camera housed under the dew-drop notch. The bezels on the sides are minimal but the bottom bezel is slightly thick. There is an in-display optical fingerprint scanner.
The speaker grille, USB-C port, amplifier, and earphone jack sits on the base. The SIM plate and the volume catches are on the left while the privilege of the telephone has the power catch. The catches are open to fingers and make one-gave activity somewhat simple.
The telephone doesn’t feel substantial and the 3D bends make it simple to hold.
The 6.4-inch full-HD Plus display with 1080×2340 resolution is sharp and vivid, however, I felt the need for more clarity while using it outdoors. The fingerprint sensor works quickly and the face recognition is praiseworthy. It could unlock the phone even while I was wearing sunglasses.
The Realme XT is powered by Snapdragon 712 processor, paired with up to 128 GB of internal storage and up to 8 GB of RAM.
We had 8GB RAM variation and that empowered juggling through applications and overwhelming games. There was not really any slack and that made the experience advantageous. I played PUBG and Asphalt 9, and the general execution was persuading. Indeed, even there was not exorbitant battery channel during persistent gaming.
The telephone has Widevine L1 accreditation to affirm its capacity to play content from over-the-top stages like Amazon Prime and Netflix in top quality.
The main territory where Realme XT (and even Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro) neglect to dazzle is the jumbled UI. The ColorOS 6 has a lot in a restricted space, and that some way or another makes one search for a perfect interface. I attempted a few subjects yet couldn’t discover whatever I could choose.
Inside the sleek body, Realme XT houses a 4000mAh battery with fast charging via VOOC 3.0 technology. I used the phone for taking videos and photos for an entire day during a trip, and to my relief, the phone was able to last an entire day despite heavy usage.
Now that we had a phone with a 64MP camera, the first in a smartphone, it was essential to test it under different conditions.
The quad-camera setup on the back also has an 8MP ultra-wide lens, a 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP ultra-macro lens. On the front is a 16MP camera.
The primary lens captured clear images, something that was expected from it, however, I felt some shots could have been clearer on a bright day. The Chroma Boost does help in eliminating dullness. The camera interface looks simple but in moments when you have to switch from photo to video in a haste, or different photo modes, it takes some time for adjustments. The ultra 64MP mode, is hidden under the left menu, it would have been better if it was on the main screen.
The camera leaves no space for protests. The shots are incredible and the enumerating is amazing. Aside from the fundamental camera, the ultra-wide focal point gets a decent zone the edge however the edges are at times boisterous.
The large scale focal point is noteworthy. On the off chance that you adore sustenance photography or clicking close shots of your pets, this focal point won’t baffle. The front camera packs normal execution, however.
Overall, if you’re not too finicky about the details of your photographs, you wouldn’t find much to point out in the images captured by the camera of this phone.
The Realme XT comes in two colours – Pearl White & Pearl Blue and will have three variants – 4+64GB priced at Rs 15,999, 6+64GB priced at Rs 16,999 and 8+128GB priced at Rs 18,999.
The telephone comes truly near be a distinct advantage. The 64MP camera is the key feature of the telephone, additionally, the Snapdragon 712 processor makes is an entertainer. In the event that you get a lot into the subtleties, odds are you may pick some things that may not be amazing about the telephone or the photographs it clicks, in any case, given the Rs 15,999 sticker price for the base model, it’s a take.