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Realme & Xiaomi will be among the first to launch a Snapdragon 720G-fueled smartphone

Shortly after Qualcomm announced their latest Snapdragon 720G SoC in India yesterday, Realme and Xiaomi were quick to confirm that they will be among the first OEMs to launch a Snapdragon 720G-fueled smartphone.

Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme Mobile India had published a poster via his Twitter handle hinting that the company’s first Snapdragon 720G phone may sport a pill-shaped, cut-out display that houses a pair of selfie cameras. From the silhouette, this device seems to share some resemblance to the Realme X50 announced last year,

On Xiaomi’s end, there wasn’t much details about their first Snapdragon 720G smartphone, although the company’s executive Manu Jain do hint that it will be a high-end device.

As a quick recap, the newly announced Snapdragon 720G SoC is a gaming-centric SoC which is said to deliver “smooth HDR game play, dynamic color range and contrast, realistic and immersive in-game environments, and high-quality, synchronized sound with Qualcomm® aptX™ Adaptive”.

The chip will allow smartphones to take advantage of the NavIC navigation system which is capable of achieving a position accuracy of 20 metres (or less) in primary service areas.

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