On December 7, the Realme GT5 Pro smartphone will formally be unveiled. The poster displays
According to the data we have so far, the Realme GT5 Pro is the first smartphone in the market to combine the third-generation Snapdragon 8 with the IMX890 telephoto sensor. With its “straight screen look and feel”—the sensation of a curved screen—and its micro-curved, exceedingly narrow-edge design, it challenges the industry’s smallest chin-curved screen.
Also, for the first time ever, Realme’s mobile phone, the GT5 Pro, will be able to charge wirelessly at a speed of 50W.
Aside from that, the Realme GT5 Pro features a 5400mAh battery, enables 100W second charging, plays “Honour of Kings” nonstop for 8 hours, can be left on standby for 406 hours, and can be charged halfway in 12 minutes.
“The powerful forces will join forces to create the highlight moment of the flagship screen,” the Realme GT5 Pro claimed in its prior warm-up, confirming that this would be the first time the world would see BOE’s customized flagship screen.
Its peak brightness surpasses 3000nit, and it employs BOE’s new base material with 1.5K resolution, according to blogger @digitalchatstation. This mobile phone screen also has “industry top” display quality, eye protection SVM, and frame control.
Snapdragon 8 Gen3 + IMX890 periscope lens + 50W wireless fast charging
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has already certified the new phone and published the ID photo. You can see that it has a big circle camera module in the middle. You may find the Realme logo on the module’s bottom right corner. A curved screen design characterizes the phone’s display. This model is provided by White. Now that @XuQiChase has shared a front-facing photo of the Realme GT5 Pro, we can all see it in more detail.
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With a 3VC Iceberg cooling system, a Sony Optical primary camera, and an IMX890 telephoto lens, the Realme GT5 Pro boasts a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 engine, LPDDR5X RAM, and UFS4.0 storage.