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Realme XT 730G with 4GB RAM tipped to launch in India before December 20th alongside Realme AirPods

Last month, at the launch event of the Realme X2 Pro in India, Realme announced that it will be launching the Realme XT 730G smartphone at some point in December. At the same event, the company also teased its first truly wireless earphones called Realme AirPods. Now, according to a report by 91mobiles, the Realme XT 730G smartphone will be released in India at an event before December 20th. In addition, the source claims that the brand will be launching the Realme AirPods alongside the XT 730G smartphone at the same event.

Realme XT 730G will come with a Snapdragon 730G processor and a 64MP main camera

Citing information from reliable industry sources, the report suggests that the Realme XT 730G will be available in India at a starting price of around Rs 17,000. The source has also mentioned that the handset’s base variant in the country will offer 4GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage. As for the Realme AirPods, the brand’s first truly wireless earphones are expected to offer a design similar to the Apple AirPods Pro.

Realme XT 730G specifications and features

Realme had already revealed a handful of specifications of the Realme XT 730G earlier. As the name suggests, it will be one of the first smartphones to utilise Qualcomm’s latest mid-range processor, the Snapdragon 730G. The phone will arrive with a Hyperbola 3D glass design on the back. The handset will offer a Super AMOLED screen panel and an in-display fingerprint sensor. Lastly, the brand has revealed that the Realme XT 730G will be fuelled by a 4,000mAh battery that will support 33W VOOC Flash Charge fast charging technology.

Apart from a 4GB and 64GB storage variant, the Realme XT 730G is also expected to be available in two other RAM and storage configurations – 6GB + 64GB and 8GB + 128GB. As of now, there’s no word regarding the pricing details of the Realme XT 730G smartphone. We will update you more on the matter once we have more details.

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