Realme GT 5G posters reveal that the cell phone will sport a triple rear camera setup and a three.5mm headphone jack. The organization has been teasing capabilities of Realme GT on Weibo ahead of its March four launch. 1 of the posters also confirmed the presence of a 64-megapixel principal sensor on the cell phone. Realme GT is the company’s approaching flagship and its 1st cell phone to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. Some other specs for the cell phone have also been shared by the organization.
Realme’s official account and Vice President of the organization Xu Qi Chase shared on Weibo a couple of posters that reveal some details about Realme GT, along with its layout. The cell phone will come with a triple rear camera setup, headlined by a 64-megapixel principal sensor. The rectangular camera module homes the 3 sensors aligned vertically, along with the flash. The blue gradient back panel has a pattern on it, with the Realme branding in the direction of the bottom.
Chase also shared a poster that displays the back panel in extra clarity. A speaker grille, a USB Style-C port, and a three.5mm headphone jack can also be witnessed on the bottom.
Realme shared a couple of specs for the Realme GT on Weibo and the cell phone will come with UFS three.one storage and LPDDR5 RAM. The organization has currently confirmed that the cell phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC and it will launch on March four at 2pm neighborhood time (eleven:30am IST). The March four launch date will be the phone’s worldwide debut.
Realme GT 5G specs (anticipated)
It might have a six.eight-inch (one,440×3,200 pixels) OLED show with twenty:9 element ratio 160Hz show. The cell phone has also been tipped to come with help for 125W quickly charging. It might have up to 12GB of RAM, and inner storage selections of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. It is believed that the organization will release a glass back and a leather back variant of Realme GT.
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