The Realme XT has been confirmed with a 64MP quad-camera setup in India towards the end of September. Realme CEO Madhav Sheth revealed this during the launch of Realme 5 series in India today.
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Realme has been teasing the development of its 64MP camera phone for a while now, and today the name of the phone has been revealed. Realme's presentation ended today with the Green Day song "Wake me up when September is over", indicating the company's plans to bring the phone to India by the end of September.
Sheth previously also hinted that the new Realme 5 series, along with the phone's new 64MP camera, will be announced just in time for the Indian holiday season, which kicks off from October.
The Realme XT uses the Samsung ISOCELL bright GW1 64MP sensor and pairs it with three other perches - a wide-angle, macro and depth sensor. However, it's possible that the company opts for a telephoto lens instead of a depth sensor, which would make it the best deal in this price range.
However, not much is known about this phone and everything has been kept under wraps. We expect more details on the Realme XT within weeks of its launch.
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