The flagship Realme equips the powerful Snapdragon 888 mobile platform and offers a 120Hz panel. The Realme GT 5G could likely be shipping with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 mobile platform. Alongside the Realme GT 5G, the Chinese smartphone maker is expected to showcase its first laptop Realme Book, a Realme Pad, and Realme Robot Vacuum as well. Realme GT 5G to launch globally via a virtual event at 5:30 PM IST; the company is expected to showcase its first laptop Realme Book alongside the smartphone. Realme Slim Book is the first laptop of the company, and it is said to come with a backlit keyboard and a metallic chassis. The $430 and $510 price tags are “first sale” prices.
There are an awful lot of cameras for a phone that is supposedly not focused on the cameras. If you want to pick nits, there are some cut corners here, as the lack of wireless charging and water resistance. At the moment, though, only a handful of (mostly pricey) devices are available with it, and with a 100 yuan introductory discount, the realme gt 5g ties the Xiaomi Redmi K40 Pro as the least expensive of them. Realme GT 5G is all set for its global debut today. Realme GT 5G global launch is happening today. The launch event will kick off at 5.30 pm IST. While it’s not confirmed whether the GT will be sold outside of China, it might be telling that Realme UK retweeted coverage of the phone’s announcement.
The online-only event will be live-streamed via Realme’s official YouTube channel. Realme’s new X7 Max 5G tries to fit into the mid-range where some really good phones such as the OnePlus Nord and Google Pixel 4a have earned their name. The GT supports Realme’s 65W SuperDart charging technology, which means the USB-C charger in the box is capable of taking you from 0% to 100% in as little as 35 minutes. I know that I can get through the working day without hunting for the charger. Yes, you can get better results at a price on the OnePlus Nord (not the OnePlus Nord CE) – though the Nord’s power pales in comparison to that of the GT. It’s time for a yearly reminder of how much better the smartphone market is when you live in a hyper-competitive area like India or China.