Realme 5G Phone Based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 7-Series SoC Announced

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Realme 5G Phone Based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 7-Series SoC Announced

Realme 5G phone is going to be powered by new Snapdragon 7 series buy Qualcomm for mobile platforms. The announcement was confirmed after the mobile chipmaker has revealed that they are bringing 5G supported chips in their Snapdragon 6, 7 and 8 series. Qualcomm in the IFA 2019 will bring support mid-range smartphones in 5G mobile platform. Not only they will be bringing 5G support to the premium Snapdragon 8 series, but they will also expand their 5G support in Snapdragon 6 and 7 series in the year of 2020. 

Qualcomm further confirms that 12 smartphone brands are having the plan to use all new step dragon 7 series for upcoming 5G smartphones. Among those 12 brands, Motorola, Nokia (HMD Global), LG, Oppo, Vivo, Redmi (Xiaomi) and Realme are few to name. So initially it is confirmed that Realme 5G smartphone based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 series going to be launched. Although there is no particular launch date has been confirmed by the company. 

Last week Qualcomm has confirmed that they have already started sampling of Snapdragon 7 series to several customers. So, the first device with the 5G supported Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset is expected to launch as soon as in the fourth quarter of this year. Realme has confirmed that apart from using the all-new Snapdragon SoC the device will also be having Qualcomm engine and Qualcomm elite gaming features. Realme is one of the Smartphone manufacturers who are going to unveil 64-megapixel camera smartphone.

Realme 5G Phone: Realme XT

The device Realme XT with quad real camera setup along with 64-megapixel primary sensor is going to launch on September 13. Further, they have confirmed that they will also be launching a smartphone model which will be having 90Hz display. Which is expected and rumored that Realme XT Pro will be having 6.4 inches full HD+ AMOLED display.

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