‘realme XT’ makes history with its 64MP quad-camera resolution | Inquirer Technology

‘realme XT’ makes history with its 64MP quad-camera resolution

09:30 PM October 31, 2019

Hot on the heels of the release of realme 5 Series last month, realme Philippines has launched realme XT, its latest flagship model designed with a 64MP quad-camera, the highest resolution in quad-camera technology presently in the world.

Photo taken by Mather Tatad using the realme XT

This is a crowning feat for the global brand, as seen through the evolution of camera resolution from a measly .11MP. With the introduction of the 64MP, realme XT leads the competition for the best quad-camera smartphone in the market, improving the resolution by as much as 600 times in the last 20 years.

Photo taken by Jet Ignacio using the realme XT

The realme XT is equipped with four different lenses– the touted 64MP quad-camera Xpert primary lens with ultra-high resolution sensor, an ultra-wide 8MP angle lens, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP portrait lens– generously praised by young urban, travel, and news photographers at the launch for its ultra-detailed imaging capability and excellent dynamic range.

For the front camera, the new device features Sony’s IMX471, a 16MP AI-assisted lens suitable for crisp and clear facial shots.

Photo taken by Rainer Gonzales using the realme XT

The Super Nightscape mode, realme’s signature camera feature in its top-tier devices, is also present in the realme XT , allowing you to capture photos with ultra-high definition in low-lighting conditions.

A Complete Gamer’s Delight

The new realme XT is powered by Snapdragon 712 AIE, considered to be the best processor in a 64MP quad-camera smartphone under the 20K price segment. Further, it has 10nm process technology and clock speed of up to 2.3GHz, resulting in 35% graphic improvement compared with previous realme models.

Also, realme XT features HyperBoost 2.0 and the all-new Game Boost 2.0 consisting of Frame and Touch Boosts, two key components that reduce game latency, preventing multiplayer online games from lagging. Gamers also have the option to enable the Do-Not-Disturb mode or choose semi-transparent pop-ups or notifications to cut or minimize interruptions while playing.

Aside from its superb gaming chips and capacity, the realme XT has 92.1% screen-to-body ratio, a sharp 6.4 inch screen, FHD resolution, Super AMOLED display, and Dolby Atmos sound system, geared to give users a more immersive gaming experience.

For sustained playing time, the realme XT has a 4000maH battery, complemented by 20W VOOC Flash Charge 3.0, allowing full charging in 80 minutes.

Fast, Optical Fingerprint Scanner

Keeping to its commitment to speed, the realme XT is equipped with the latest optical fingerprint scanner to date, the Goodix 3. It doubles the sensitivity area and requires only an average of 334 milliseconds to unlock the phone, making it one of the fastest in the market. It also has a 3D Curved Glass Design that shows the smooth geometry of hyperbola, the signature aesthetic gene of realme.

The realme XT comes in two colors: Pearl Blue and Pearl White. It is locally available in the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage configuration, priced at PHP 16,990.

The pre-order for realme XT starts from October 29 to November 8, with a minimum down payment of PHP500 at any realme outlets in the Philippines. Each customer who availed the promo will receive a free pair of realme Youth Wireless Buds worth PHP3,499.

For more information and updates on realme products, visit realme’s official Facebook and Instagram accounts.

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