- Half of smartphones in India with 5G connectivity in 2021
- 5G technology in all smartphones above Rs. 20,000
- Qualcomm and MediaTek also made mid-range chipsets
The company has launched its new 5G smartphone Realme X7 5G in India a few days ago. If you talk about the features of this smartphone, then it has a 6.4-inch full HD plus AMOLED display. If you talk about the power of this smartphone, then MediaTek Dimensity 800U processor has been given in it. Talking about power, this smartphone runs on Android 10 based Realme UI. Talking about camera setup, this smartphone has a 64 megapixel primary camera sensor, 8 megapixel ultra wide angle sensor and a 2 megapixel macro sensor. For the selfie, it has a 16 megapixel camera. Talking about battery backup, this smartphone has a 4,310mAh battery. Speaking of the price, the price of 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variants of Realme X7 is Rs 19,999. At the same time, its 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variants are priced at Rs 21,999.
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In the newly launched 5G smartphone, users will get great power, great performance, display optimization, camera support, gaming performance etc. In these smartphones, users will get the experience of using the latest processor smartphone with more power. All companies are currently working on 5G smartphones, so Realme is also moving in the same process. In the country, Realme first launched the Realme X50 Pro smartphone in early 2020, which is a 5G capable smartphone.
If we talk about 5G connectivity, it was quite far in India when the company launched its first smartphone in February 2020. At the same time, the situation is changing about 5G network, because recently the network provider company Airtel has also tested its 5G network in Hyderabad and both Airtel and Reliance Jio are in the race to bring 5G network in the country. .
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5G will be a next step in the country’s digital growth. Whenever 5G connectivity comes in India, it will help a lot in all areas from education and healthcare in the country. It would not be wrong to say that because of 5G the house can be called a smart home. Where everything is going online, whether studying or studying or shopping. When users are becoming dependent on online due to technology, it is very important to accelerate the network.
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Realme is launching 5G smartphones in India and other global markets. To support this, chipsets with next-generation networks are being used. Prior to 2020 there was only high-end chipset for 5G connectivity. Later, Qualcomm and MediaTek also made medium-range chipsets that support 5-G modems.
Recently Qualcomm has introduced Snapdragon 480 chipset that will work for 5G connectivity and will be used in 400-series affordable SmartPhone. MediaTek has Dimensity 800U and Dimensity 1000+ chipsets that will work for 5G networks.