These entry-level beauties revealed themselves too early before their intended launch, but hey–it’s a welcome addition to the realme roster
There doesn’t appear to be any distinction between the realme V30 and the realme V30t. However, ITHome asserts that since one device is more expensive than the other, there might be a type and some differences between the two.
As of right now, we can say that the pair has a 6.5-inch LCD display with a dewdrop notch, a 1600 x 720 (HD+) resolution, and a peak brightness of 600 nits. With separate volume keys on the left and a power key with a fingerprint sensor embedded on the right edge, it has a flat frame design.
They run Realme UI 3.0, which is based on Android 12, and are powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC. A 5,000mAh battery powers them and it supports standard 10W charging.
They also have a 5MP front-facing camera in addition to a 13MP (wide) + 8MP (ultra-wide) dual camera system on the back. We will have to wait until the phone’s official launch on February 9 to learn the specific specs.
The phones will retail for the following amounts, per official realme website listings. While the realme V30 costs $162 or around ₱8,920 and $191 or around ₱10,517 for 6+128GB and 8+128GB respectively. On the other hand, the realme V30t costs $191, or around ₱10,517, and $221, or around ₱12,617 for 6+128GB and 8+128GB, respectively. They will come in the colors Dark Night and Dawn Gold.