Realme has unveiled a new midrange smartphone Q3t in China. We have been seeing the leaks since October.
The Q3T’s impressive specification will attract mid-range buyers because of the powerful features such as speedy cores, FHD plus display, 5GB dynamic RAM, 256GB storage, 400 pp density and 600 nits of brightness.
This phone has a 6.67 inch Full HD Plus display with 144 Hz refresh rate. The display supports 1080×2412 pixel resolution.
In the upper left corner of the screen is a 16-megapixel selfie camera with a punch-hole design.
The company has used Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G processor, 8GB LPDDR4 RAM and 256GB storage device. The processor is designed for 5GB platform, gamers and photographers.
Gamers will get realistic graphics because the powerful processer and photographers and video makers will be able to use capture from the cameras simultaneously. This 778G processor is packed with Qualcomm’s 6 generation Artificial Intelligence engine.
The X53 5G modem support all spectrums and Qualcomm’s Fastconnect will allow users to connect with Wi-fi 6 at a fast speed.
According to the company, the smartphone also supports the Dynamic RAM Expansion feature, which increases the RAM capacity up to 5 GB.
The RealMeQ3T combines Android 11 operating system with UI 2.0, while 5G support is also provided in the phone.
The phone comes with a 5000 mAh battery with a 30 watt adapter that can charge the battery to 50% in 25 minutes.
There is a setup of 3 cameras on the back of this phone.
The Q3T has a 48-megapixel main camera with monochrome and macro cameras that help capture images of objects up to 4 cm apart.
The phone is being first offered for sale in China at a price of 2099 yuan (over 56,000 Pakistani rupees).