We know that the Realme GT is its big unveiling on March 4th, and now we have some photos of Realme's handset ahead of time. This is our first official look at the phone, and the photos we have certainly give the impression of a flagship-level high-end device.
Formerly known as Realme Race, the phone was featured on Chinese social network Weibo (via MyFixGuide ) by Xu Qi Chase, Vice President of Realme Group. It has also been revealed that the color you can see in these pictures is "Galaxy Battleship ".
The design visible in the pictures reveals a USB-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a triple -lens rear camera - and the lettrage on the rear camera module shows that the main camera sensor will be a 64MP, like we had already heard .
The Realme GT has has already been confirmed to be running Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 888 processor, and it will also have 5G on board.ue we've seen so far, Realme is ready to face the likes of Samsung Galaxy S21 directly this year.
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While the March 4th launch in the calendar is for a China-only phone version, former Realme han dsets have made their way to the UK, so hopefully this one will be too. To date, Realme hasn't launched any of its phones in the US or Australia, so we'll have to wait and see availability in other markets.
Realme previously confirmed to TechRadar that the phone (then known as the Realme Race) would have a 6.8-inch display, a resolution of 3200 x 1440 pixels, and a staggering 160Hz refresh rate - although these The specs could refer to a Pro version of the handset rather than the Standard Edition.
Another high bar could be set by charging speed: the Realme GT would be the first phone in the walked with a 125W charging speed of its 5000 mAh battery, but this technology may have been delayed, according to more recent rumors .
Even without ultimate loadingbattery fast, the Realme GT is probably one of the very best phones of 2021 when it debuts in full next month , and of course we will bring you all the announcements and news from Realme as and when they arrive.