Realme GT (Formerly known Realme Race) Was part of the leaks and rumors as we approached the phone’s March 4 launch date, but now the phone’s official posters have revealed the upcoming handset design and some key details. Most importantly, the new posters – shared on Weibo – show that the handset will feature a triple camera setup on the back, captioned by a 64MP primary sensor. Separately, a Realme The GT banner also appeared at MWC Shanghai. Interestingly, the banner marked on the show shows a different color selection than the one shown on the official poster. The official poster shows the Real GT in metallic gray, while the banner is yellow with a black stripe on the back, reminiscent of a sports car, which also evokes the phone name.
Coming back to the official RealMe GT poster, the handset can be seen with a 3.5mm audio jack, which these days can’t be taken for granted, with a USB Type-C charging port and a speaker grille at the bottom. The power button can be seen on the right side of the phone (left in the picture). While you have to work very hard on the outline to locate the audio buttons, the phone seems to be on the left back. The rectangular camera setup on the back of the RealMe GT shows an elongated LED module to assist the basic camera setup. While the camera bump may not seem important in rendering, we should look at the phone in real life to make a fair assessment regarding this aspect.
Realme GT5G Features (Expected Expected)
It has already been confirmed that the phone will be powered by the flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset, which will go for the Real GT5G specifications. Previous leaks suggest that the phone will have an AMOLED display with a punch-hole design for a selfie camera. In terms of battery backup, the RealMe GT5G65M can pack a 5,000 mAh battery with fast charging support. Up to 12 GB RAM is being featured in the upcoming RealMe phone. If there is a pro variant of the phone, according to rumors, it may come with fast charging support up to 125W and have a display with a refresh rate of up to 160Hz.