Yesterday, the 3C database updated the data of a phone code-named “RMX2202” to show it has a 65W quick charge. At the beginning of this month, TENAA announced the new certified phone RealMe GT 5G, whose model is RMX2202. As a result, Realme’s flagship GT 5G this year may not be equipped with the previously rumored 125W quick charge.
TENAA’s Telecom Equipment Access Disclosure website shows what the new device will look like. The phone adopts a straight screen with a hole in the upper left corner and a “GT” logo on the back. The rear camera adopts a conventional vertical double-row design.
Realme has announced that it will hold a launch event on March 4 to officially unveil Realme GT 5G, Realme’s first flagship model in 2021. Realme named the new line after the GT, which stands for “Grand Tourer,” a luxury performance car, in a sign of its intention to build a range of high-end flagship phones.
The RealMe GT is expected to feature a 120Hz high-refresh screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a 5,000mAh battery, and Android 11-based RealMe UI 2.0. At present, the phone has opened on the official website booking, I believe that consumers will soon be able to experience the flagship model created by Realme.