Realme XT 730G model with SDM 730G processor launch on December

Realme XT 730G model with SDM 730G processor launch on December

Realme has recently launched the new midrange mobile so-called Realme XT in India. It joins in the list quad-camera mobile with Realme 5 & Realme 5 Pro. Also, during the launch the brand CEO Mr. Madhav Sheth announced that the Realme XT upgrade version will be launched on December, 2019. Similarly, it will be named as Realme XT 730G mobile since, it powered by Snapdragon 730G processor. 

The Realme XT 730G will be revealed on December, 2019 meanwhile, it confirm officially that the Realme XT 730G powered by Snapdragon 730G processor. It will be latest processor launched by Qualcomm and it almost having equal performance compared to Snapdragon 845 chipset.

After that, it confirmed officially that, the Realme XT 730G powers with 4000mAH battery with a support of 30W VOOC 3.0 fast charging support. Which has improvement of 10W from the current 20W used in Realme X & Realme XT mobiles. 

Apart from the processor & 30W fast charging support other specs are need to be same for Realme XT 730G. It comes with super AMOLED display with In-Display fingerprint scanning. And probably it may come with POP-UP design instead of dew drop display, let’s see. 

And, in terms of camera it could be remain the same having 64MP quad-camera module with Ultra-wide, Portrait & Macro lens. Then, it will have the Hyperbola 3D glass design at rear with Gorilla glass 5 support on both front & rear. 

The other specs will be known when close to Realme XT 730G launch event. Let, keep the space here for instant updates & news. 

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