The Chinese brand Realme has quietly announced its new smartphone. This is the Realme Q3T, a mid-range model with characteristics that some flagships might envy.
One of the highlights of the new Realme Q3T is its display. It’s a 6.67-inch Full HD + panel with 144Hz refresh rate and 600 nits maximum brightness. In the upper left corner of the screen, you can see a small notch — there is a front camera, the resolution of which the manufacturer did not specify, but, according to rumors, it has a 16-megapixel sensor. On the back, the smartphone has a 48-megapixel main camera, combined with a macro camera and monochrome depth sensor for portraits.
The new Realme smartphone is based on an eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G mid-range chipset, paired with 8 GB of RAM. A built-in 256 GB storage device is provided for data storage. Also, the smartphone boasts support for the dynamic expansion of RAM. This option allows you to increase the amount of RAM by 5 GB at the expense of internal storage. We manage everything with the Android 11 mobile operating system, on top of which the proprietary Realme UI 2.0 user interface is installed. And the built-in rechargeable battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh with support for 33 W fast charging technology is responsible for autonomous operation. According to the manufacturer, the charging process from 0 to 50% for a smartphone takes only 25 minutes. Other features of the novelty include a side fingerprint scanner and 5G support.
Realme Q3T should go on sale soon. In the Chinese market, its cost will be 2099 yuan, or 330 US dollars at the current exchange rate. When and at what price the device will appear in Russia, the manufacturer did not specify.