The sub-brand of a company Oppo For the growing Indian market it manages to surprise once again
The selection of smartphones sold in Israel is not bad, although there are several models that we would love to see their presence here - and lately the products of Oppo The Chinese under the Realme family undoubtedly meet this definition.
The Realme XT is a brand new standout model that feels like a worthy competitor to the new Redmi Note 8 Pro from a high-tech home that uses the latest Snapdragon 712 chip chip God-MediaTek The latest Chinese manufacturer has chosen to enjoy very high popularity in the Israeli market - a preference that can certainly be very significant for some consumers.
In Realme XT you will find a Super screen AMOLED Of 6.4 inches at 2,340 × 1,080 pixels resolution, dynamic memory of between 4GB and 8GB, volume storage Fast standard based UFS 2.1 of 64GB or 128GB with additional extensibility, Fingerprint scanner Optical built-in screen, 3.5 millimeter slot for headphones And a built-in 4,000mAh battery with fast VOOC charging with 20 watts power that promises to bring capacity from zero to 100 in just 80 minutes.
All of these are joined by a 16 megapixel selfie camera with a 'drop' front and square rear camera set centered on a new 64 sensor סמסונג, Just like the one in the Redmi Note 8 Pro in question - and with prices starting at 16,000 Indian Rupees (about NIS 795 in direct conversion), it's not hard to understand why this is a very impressive deal.
The Realme XT, like all other Realme devices to date, is not expected to officially hit the boundaries of the Indian market, and in such a situation it will be very difficult to achieve it in the country - but we choose to maintain some optimism and give the Pocophone F1 as an example of another brand that was originally born For the Indian market but then expanded to official launch in other countries as well, including the Holy Land. Could Oppo still change its mind and start offering its products (except forOnePlus, Which is another independent subsidiary) in Israel? We would love to hear your opinions and thoughts in the comments.