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Realme XT Full Specifications|Realme XT Summary|Realme XT Review

Realme XT Full Specifications


Brand Realme

Model XT

Discharge date 13th September 2019

Propelled in India Yes

Structure factor Touchscreen

Body type Glass

Measurements (mm) 158.70 x 75.16 x 8.55

Weight (g) 183.00

Battery limit (mAh) 4000

Removable battery No

Quick charging VOOC

Remote charging No

Colours Pearl Blue, Pearl White


Screen size (inches) 6.40

Touchscreen Yes

Resolution 1080x2340 pixels

Assurance type Gorilla Glass

Viewpoint ratio 19.5:9


Processor 2.3GHz octa-center

Processor make Qualcomm Snapdragon 712


Inward storage 64GB

Expandable storage Yes

Expandable capacity type microSD

Expandable capacity up to (GB) 256


Back camera 64-megapixel (f/1.8, 0.8-micron) + 8-megapixel (f/2.25, 1.12-micron) + 2-megapixel (f/2.4, 1.75-micron) + 2-megapixel (f/2.4, 1.75-micron)

Back autofocus Yes

Back flash Yes

Front camera 16-megapixel

Working system Android 9 Pie

Skin ColorOS 6


Wi-Fi Yes

Wi-Fi gauges supported 802.11 a/b/g/n/air conditioning


Bluetooth Yes, v 5.00


USB Type-C Yes

Headphones 3.5mm

FM Yes

Number of SIMs 2

Dynamic 4G on both SIM cards Yes


SIM Type Nano-SIM


3G Yes
4G/LTE Yes

Supports 4G in India (Band 40) Yes


SIM Type Nano-SIM


3G Yes

4G/LTE Yes

Supports 4G in India (Band 40) Yes


Face unlock Yes

Unique finger impression sensor Yes

Compass/Magnetometer Yes

Nearness sensor Yes

Accelerometer Yes

Surrounding light sensor Yes

Gyroscope Yes

Realme XT Summary

The Realme XT is the first telephone in Quite a while with a 64-megapixel sensor. It shares a comparative plan to the Realme 5 Pro however rather than a plastic back, it utilizes Gorilla Glass 5. The body feels premium and the back doesn't pull in numerous fingerprints. It has a USB Type-C port, a triple opening for two nano-SIM cards and a microSD card. The 6.4-inch show likewise gets Gorilla Glass 5 insurance and the board produces dynamic hues. Face open is additionally brisk as is the in-show unique mark sensor.
The telephone is fueled by a Snapdragon 710 SoC and comes in three RAM and capacity variations. The 8GB form we surveyed ran easily with no issue. The telephone likewise runs on ColorOS 6.0.1 which depends on Android 9 Pie. The new skin includes a cleaner format for the menus you despite everything have a similar arrangement of easy routes and motions which we've seen previously.
The principle fascination is the 64-megapixel camera, which catches nitty gritty scenes and close-ups in most lighting conditions. You can take shots at full goals, which lets you zoom considerably more than full 48-megapixel stills, while as yet keeping up great detail. You additionally get the equivalent wide-point and large scale cameras from the 5 Pro here. The 16-megapixel selfie camera functions admirably under most lighting conditions. Video recording is additionally acceptable yet the quality at 4K goals in low light could be better.

At last, the 4000mAh battery does a decent jon, enduring a whole day on one charge. It likewise has quick charging, which can top up the battery rather rapidly in only 60 minutes.

Realme XT Review


Realme XT is the first phone in India with a 64-megapixel camera
It's powered by the Snapdragon 712 SoC and has a 4000mAh battery
Realme XT starts at a price of Rs. 15,999 in India

Realme XT price in India starts at Rs. 15,999 for the variant with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage

Realme is adding a new ‘expert' member to its smartphone family, called the Realme XT. The main highlight of the Realme XT its 64-megapixel sensor, which is a big step up from the 48-megapixel sensors we've been seeing of late. The name ‘XT' would lead you to believe that this phone is a successor or at least part of the Realme X line, but it's more of a souped-up version of the Realme 5 Pro. The Realme XT is positioned between the Realme 5 Pro and Realme X, thereby plugging in whatever price gaps exist between those two models.
As for competition, there isn't any at the moment, if you consider the phone's main selling point. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro, which is another 64-megapixel camera phone, is yet to launch in India. This gives the Realme XT free reign in its price segment and a ripe opportunity for Realme to make the most of it, until the true competition arrives. So, is that 64-megapixel camera everything its hyped out to be? It's time to put the Realme XT to the test and find out.
 Realme XT design
First, let's a talk a bit about the design. Realme had sent us the Pearl Blue version back in August but that was a preview device. We now have the final retail unit, in Pearl White, and not much has changed since our first impressions of the XT. On the surface, the Realme XT looks very similar to the Realme 5 Pro (Review), with some key differences. The back panel ditches the diamond pattern for multi-coloured streaks, which is visible when light reflects off it at certain angles.
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 The second big change is the use of Gorilla Glass 5 for the back panel instead of polycarbonate, which doesn't scratch easily. The white finish looks really nice and does a good job hiding fingerprints. The body is still built from polycarbonate but silver paint job gives it the appearance of aluminium.
 The Realme XT gets a Gorilla Glass 5 back panel

The 6.4-inch Super AMOLED full-HD+ display on the Realme XT also has Gorilla Glass 5 for protection with an in-display fingerprint sensor underneath, which is quick at authentication and we didn't face any misreads during our usage. The phone has a dewdrop notch on the top, which houses the 16-megapixel selfie camera. This is also used for face unlock, which, just like previous offerings, works very well in the daytime and at night. However, since there's no infrared camera, authentication will fail if you have sunglasses on.

The buttons on the Realme XT are ergonomically placed and we have a triple slot for two nano-SIM cards and a microSD card on the left side. The USB Type-C port and a headphone jack are at the bottom, which also houses a Dolby Atmos capable loud speaker.
The camera layout on the back is identical to the Realme 5 series, except for the main sensor, which has been swapped for the new 64-megapixel one. There's also some ‘AI Camera' text with symbols of four lenses engraved near the LED flash. The camera module protrudes outwards quite a bit, but thankfully, you get a case in the box which helps even out the bump. Also in the box is a Type-C cable, a 20W VOOC 3.0 fast charger, SIM eject tool and manuals.
Overall, the Realme XT feels premium, is comfortable to carry around and isn't very heavy at 183g.

Realme XT specifications and software
The Realme XT is powered by the Snapdragon 712 SoC and is available in three RAM and storage configurations — 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage (Rs. 15,999); 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage (Rs. 16,999); and 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (Rs. 18,999), which is the version we have. The flash storage used is UFS 2.1. The Realme XT also has dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5, dual 4G VoLTE, GPS, FM radio and the usual suite of sensors.
The phone runs on ColorOS 6.0.1, based on Android 9 Pie with the July 2019 security patch. As for the Android experience itself, nothing has changed since we reviewed the Realme 5 (Review) and Realme 5 Pro (Review). The new version of the skin gets a cleaner look and you still get a host of pre-installed apps. Most of the third-party ones like Facebook, UC Browser, and others can be uninstalled.
The display menu also has something called 'OSIE Vision Effect', which from the instructions seems to be a visual enhancer when viewing things like photos. However, this didn't seem to be working with any of the apps we tried.
 ColorOS on Realme XT runs well and offers lots of extra shortcuts and gestures

We didn't encounter any ads or unwanted notifications from the stock apps either. Realme's app store tends to push notifications but you can opt out of this from the app's settings menu. We've detailed all the features and customisations in our Realme 5 Pro review.
Google's Digital Wellbeing is still absent but Realme tells Gadgets360 that this will be coming to the Realme XT (and possibly other phones) via a future OTA update. At the launch event, Realme also talked about other upcoming features such as a system-wide dark mode and the ability to change the font style.
Realme XT performance and battery life
The day to day experience of the Realme XT isn't very different from the Realme 5 Pro (Review), and that's a good thing. The phone is a bit too tall for one-handed use, but you can enable one-handed mode for more convenience. The display is bright, with good sunlight legibility and colours are punchy. The pre-applied screen guard is useful, but the edges don't sit flush with the side of the display so it tends to rub against your fingers when performing gestures, which is annoying.
We used the 8GB RAM version of the Realme XT, which ran Android smoothly without any hiccups. Multitasking was speedy and app loading times were quick. Heavy games ran just fine too. PUBG Mobile ran at the ‘High' preset by default and gameplay was smooth. The back of the phone got a little warm after extended gameplay but not too hot. Battery drain was quite acceptable too, as even after a full 30 minute match, we noted about a five percent drop in battery level.
 The Realme XT is comfortable to use and isn't too heavy

Benchmark numbers were pretty good too. We got 7836 points in PCMark Work and 28,621 points in 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited. Audio from the bottom speaker got quite loud too, thanks to Dolby Atmos. The surround effect wasn't very noticeable but it didn't sound tinny and there was good amount of audible detail in music tracks.
The Realme XT features a 4000mAh battery, which fared very well in our battery loop test, lasting for 20 hours and 36 minutes. With actual usage, we easily managed to go a full day with heavy usage and about a day and half with medium to light usage. During our testing period, we noticed that the phone would easily last an entire day even after a lot of camera use, gaming tests and running benchmarks. Fast charging helps top up the battery quickly. We were able to reach a 46 percent charge in half an hour; 88 percent in an hour; and it took around half an hour more to fully charge the Realme XT.

Realme XT cameras

We now come to the main reason one would pick this phone over the Realme 5 Pro (Review) or even the Realme X (Review) — that 64-megapixel sensor. This is the first phone in India to feature Samsung's GW1 image sensor, which boasts of a 1/1.72-inch sensor and 4-in-1 pixel binning, which saves a 16-megapixel resultant image. You can shoot at the full 64-megapixel resolution too, if needed.
We were expecting some new additions to the camera app on the Realme XT, considering this is Realme's ‘expert' camera phone, but sadly there aren't any. You still can't shoot videos using the wide-angle camera; and there's no way to adjust the level of background blur in Portrait mode. One piece of good news is that Nightscape will be available for the selfie camera too in a future update, according to Realme.
The main 64-megapixel sensor captures detailed, pixel-binned shots. HDR works well, colours have good saturation and autofocus is quick. We noticed a slight dip in framerate in the viewfinder at times, which made framing a little tricky but this wasn't a consistent issue. Distant objects in landscapes look good, although a little over-sharpened. Shooting at the full 64-megapixel resolution allows you to zoom in really close to objects and its able to resolve very good detail.
 Landscape shot captured using the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized image)

 Close-up shot captured using the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized image)

 Low light close-up shot captured using the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized image)

 Low light landscape shot captured using the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized image)

Compared to pixel-binned images, the full-resolution photos captured using the Realme XT have a slightly cooler colour tone and there's slightly less noise in shadow areas, but textures are also softer. In low light, the sensor captures good colours and details are fairly good. Slight grain is visible in shadow regions but this is only noticeable when you zoom in all the way.
Comparing full 64-megapixel images captured using the Realme XT to competing 48-megapixel camera phones, the former has a slight edge as not only do you a higher degree of zoom due to the extra resolution, but details are a bit more legible as well.
Tap to see full-sized Realme XT camera test

Close ups have great detail and there's a decent aiding of characteristic bokeh. Centering speed is fast and the implicit AI works admirably at distinguishing objects. In low light, center speed keeps on being snappy and the XT oversees great hues and detail, with scarcely any obvious commotion. The camera application will in general lift hues a piece on occasion, which make the scene or item look distinctive and sensational, however it's not generally the most precise portrayal.

Different cameras are equivalent to what we've seen before in the Realme 5 Pro. The 8-megapixel wide-edge camera lets you catch fascinating points of view. Subtleties are conventional in sunlight, if its all the same to you the slight slanting of items on the sides of the edge, yet hues aren't excessively precise. The 2-megapixel full scale camera is additionally helpful when shooting extraordinary close-ups, however it's best finished with abundant light around.

Shot utilizing the wide-edge camera with Chroma Boost on the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized picture)

Shot utilizing the Macro camera on the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized picture)

Shot utilizing Portrait mode on the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized picture)

Shot utilizing Portrait mode on the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized picture)

The Realme XT likewise works admirably when utilizing Portrait mode. Edge discovery is brilliant gratitude to the committed 2-megapixel profundity sensor and subtleties are fresh. Nightscape is available, which likewise works for the wide-point camera. The camera crops the edge a little to make up for handshakes yet the final product is more splendid pictures. Better surfaces are stifled a piece in the endeavor to diminish clamor, which can make surface of articles look somewhat level, however as long you're not going to trim the picture excessively, you ought to be alright.

Sunlight selfie with HDR caught with the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized picture)

Low light selfie caught with the Realme XT (tap to see full-sized picture)

The 16-megapixel front camera on the Realme XT makes a better than average showing with selfies. The excellence mode isn't excessively forceful and HDR functions admirably. Subtleties are likewise very acceptable. In low light, the telephone catches usable pictures with better than average skin tones. The screen streak works appropriately well as well. There's Portrait mode here as well, which is alright yet not extraordinary. Much the same as the Realme 5 Pro, the recordings from the selfie camera are additionally settled.

Video recoding tops out at 4K goals and 30fps, yet indeed, without adjustment. Picture quality is acceptable, however hues are somewhat supported. Low light video at 4K needs some work as there's a noticeable purplish color in the base left corner. You can shoot 1080p video at both 30fps or 60fps. Picture quality is better as hues aren't helped excessively and adjustment functions admirably in light. In low light, the electronic adjustment causes some gentle jitter in the video when you move about, however the picture isn't excessively uproarious.


The Realme XT is one more strong expansion to the organization's cell phone arrangement and now, purchasers have considerably increasingly decision in this section. Picking between the Realme XT, Realme 5 Pro (Review), and Realme X (Review) truly relies upon what you're searching for in a cell phone as you can't turn out badly with any of them. The Realme 5 Pro and the Realme XT are close as far as particulars and highlights and between the two, we'd be slanted to suggest the Realme XT, if spending licenses. With it, you get the more up to date higher goals sensor and a glass back, which causes it to feel more premium.
The top-end variant of the Realme XT, estimated at Rs. 18,999, sits smack in the center of the two variations of the Realme X. Between proposals two, everything comes down whatever you're searching for — style versus cameras. In the event that you totally hate show scores and need a very good quality look, at that point the Realme X bodes well. On the off chance that it's cameras you're after, at that point the Realme XT's adaptable arrangement of four cameras will be part increasingly helpful.

The Realme XT packs in a great deal of highlights at the cost. Having said that, it would have been ideal to have a more component rich camera application considering the telephone's essential center zone and low-light video at 4K needs a touch of work. Be that as it may, other than this current, there's very little to whine about. It's presently Xiaomi's chance to give us what it has with the Redmi Note 8 Pro, which should make things much all the more fascinating.


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