According to the source, the Realme Race is officially called the “Realme GT” and is positioned as a gaming phone with a high quality screen and high refresh rate, super fast loading and Snapdragon 888 in an elegant package.
According to previous news, Realme will officially launch a new generation of high-end smartphones in March. The machine will feature the highest hardware configuration in Realme’s history. The internal code name is “Race”. According to the source, the Realme Race is officially called the “Realme GT” and is positioned as a gaming phone with a high quality screen and high refresh rate, super fast loading and Snapdragon 888 in an elegant package.
Today, Realme Vice President Xu Qi said that Realme’s new flagship range is coming soon and has attached a photo of the Nissan GTR. Internet users speculate that the new flagship may have a GTR branded version. The well-known source of information Digital Chat Station points out today that the new machine with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, the flat screen with high refresh rate and the super fast loading is ideal for 6 games.
Earlier this month, a new Realme model, model number RMX2202, was released at the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. This device featured a flat panel display with a cutout in the upper left corner, a “GT” logo on the back, and a vertical two-row rear view camera design. Realme will also launch another FlagShip phone with Dimensity 1200.
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There is plenty of evidence that the Realme GT will use the rear triangular camera scheme, the specifications of which are 64MP + 13MP + 13MP lenses. According to sources, the Realme GT will come with a high refresh rate screen, a 6.8-inch front camera hole and 3200 × 1400 resolution that supports a 160 Hz refresh rate. The official announcement for the Realme GT is made after the Chinese New Year, so stay tuned.
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