Realme on Tuesday announced that it will launch two distinct mid-to-higher-finish segment flagship phone series going forward. One of them will adopt Qualcomm’s higher-finish 8 series processors and concentrate on the overall performance aspect. Phones like the upcoming Realme GT will fall below this category. The other will be powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity series processors and concentrate on camera technologies. Phones like the lately launched Realme X7 Pro will be component of this line-up. Realme calls this ‘Dual-platform Dual-flagship’ method. The enterprise mentioned it will share more specifics in the coming days.
The Oppo spin-off is definitely creating hype about the Realme GT, its next premium flagship phone, set to launch on March 4. The phone was also ‘previewed’ today at MWC Shanghai 2021. The enterprise shared design and style as nicely as some hardware specifics ahead of launch.
At least one of the variants of the Realme GT will come with a dual-tone vegan leather design and style. The phone will use two diverse types of components on the backplate to highlight its ‘sports car’ aesthetic. A massive component of the phone will be yellow – Realme’s signature colour – interrupted by a black glossy vertical stripe – this will also property the phone’s 64MP triple cameras.
Realme has currently confirmed the Realme GT will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 processor which, amongst other issues, will also bring 5G connectivity to the phone. The Realme GT will also come with a stainless-steel VC cooling technique for ‘improved’ heat management.
Realme will launch the Realme GT quickly in India, although how quickly, we cannot say for confident just however. The enterprise just released its other flagship, aka Realme X7 Pro, in India and is now gearing to scale that encounter for a more mainstream audience with the Realme Narzo 30 Pro set to make its international debut in the nation on February 24. The Narzo 30 Pro will be accompanied by the Narzo 30A and Realme Buds Air 2 with ANC.