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A few years ago the main trend was smartphones featuring lots of features, online mobile games and multiple cameras. As to be expected, the more cameras a phone had, the more effusive were the bragging rights. These days, most smartphones on the market have multiple cameras, with some being so festooned with cameras -especially on the back.

 

Now, it seems the age of multiple cameras has passed, or at least slowed down, with the next big thing being 5G smartphones. More and more of such smartphones are being launched, primarily by such phone makers like Samsung and Huawei. Not to be outdone, Chinese phone maker Realme has revealed that it plans to unleash its own 5G smartphones on the ever-dynamic Indian market soon.

 

Realme Gets Real


Just last month, Realme confirmed that it aims to launch 5G-enabled smartphones in India, but only when the network for it has been completed. The exact completion date for the Indian 5G network appears iffy, with the result that Realme has so far been unable to decisively state if it will roll out 5G smartphones in India within this year, or if Indian consumers will have to wait till next year for what folks in a few other countries have begun taking for granted..

 

The CEO of the company, Madhav Sheth recently disclosed on Twitter that his company plans to start offering 5G-enabled smartphones as of this year. While this is commendable, questions still remain.

 

For one, left unsaid is if Realme plans to roll out a new 5G smartphone specifically for the Indian market, or if it will offer Indian users the 5G variant of its very fabulous Realme X. According to reports, the 5G variant of this smartphone has the uber-powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip sitting pretty under the hood and is jam-packed with lots of class-leading features.

 

Quite Recently, Realme brought its new Realme X to the Chinese market, which is one of the biggest on the globe. This is its very first phone with a pop-up selfie cam that takes the most amazing pics while eliminating the dreaded notch.

 

Realme has as well revealed plans to launch the phone in India as soon as possible, with all three variants of the phone scheduled to be available. This launch will take place around the middle of this year, with prices ranging from Rs 18,000 to Rs 20,000 according to variant.

 

X Games With The Realme X


The Realme X is equipped with a 16 MP selfie snapper that has a Sony IMX471 sensor and an aperture of f/2.0. On the back is a double rear camera setup, with the main one being a 48MP shooter that has an f 1.7 aperture, plus LED flash. Complementing it is a 5MP secondary camera that works overtime making sure that its big brother takes the most amazing and fantastic pictures.


 

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Just after a day when Xiamoi unveils details about its 64-megapixel camera phone, Realme also had details to tell about its upcoming smartphone. At its camera innovation press conference in New Delhi on Thursday, the company revealed that it will be launching a smartphone equip with a quad-camera 64-megapixel lens in India before Diwali, which means before October 27.


Realme didn't share any specs but the Chinese smartphone company did reveal that it is using Samsung's ISOCELL bright GW1 sensor for the upcoming 64-MP camera phone. The upcoming Realme 5 and Realme5 Pro will also feature the quad-camera setup with a 64-MP primary shooting lens. There are reports of Realme working together with Samsung for a long time, even before ISOCELL bright GW1 went into production.


The company said, "We have been working closely with Samsung ISOCELL and created prototypes to start our development and testing work before GW1 was manufactured. Our goal was to make a camera with the highest resolution in the market,"


Realme further announced that the quad-camera setup will include a super wide-angle, 2x telephoto lens, ultra macro photography and expert m "The new Full-Function Quad Camera System on our smartphones will be packed with various features like Ultra Resolution, Super Wide Angle, Ultra Macro and Ultra Nightscape to provide our users an excellent camera experience," Meanwhile, Xiaomoi on Wednesday announced that it will launch a 64-MP camera phone under the Redmi brand in India. The company is also planning to bring a 100-MP camera phone under the MI-brand.


oppo k3

 

The Oppo K3 offers a lot of the similar specs as the Realme X at almost same price. As the Oppo K3 goes on sale on Amazon today, here is a quick look of their specs to decide which phone you should buy. The Oppo K3 has has 6.5-inch super AMOLED display, a pop-up selfie camera, in-display fingerprint sensor, VOOC 3.0 fast charging, and powered by a Snapdragon 710 chipset, which are the features on Realme X as well. So which is the better one?

 

The Realme X was launched a few weeks ago as the strong competitor of premium smartphones. The Oppo K3 was launched in India last week. The Realme X was launched in India earlier this month starting at Rs 16,999. It has 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, while the upper mode with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage is available at Rs 19,999. The Realme X is available in Polar white and space blue colors and will see its first sale on July 24 at 12Pm on flipkart and realme.com The Oppo K3 has similar price but offers 6GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage for the base model and has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The Oppo K3 will go on sale for the first time on Tuesday, July 23 at 12pm on Amazon India.

 

Both smartphones have edge-to-edge, full screen displays without any notch or punch hole cutout. The offer over 91 percent screen ratio and they both have super AMOLED display with full HD+ resolution. For security, they have in-display fingerprint sensor. Both have pop-up camera that rises for the top center of the frame instead of notch. Both has Type-C port, 3.5mm headphone jack and dual SIM slot. The Oppo K3 has 16MP + 2MP dual camera and the RealMe X has 48MP +5MP camera. Both cameras work good at day light.


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