Realme GT2 master exploration version has officially entered TENAA, by Japan’s well-known designer Naoto Fukazawa, really vice president Xu Qi once suggested that this high-end flagship is “industrial design ceiling”.
Realme GT2 Master Explorer uses a 6.7-inch, 120Hz high-brush AMOLED display with a single-hole center and a resolution of 2412×1080, supporting 1.07 billion colors.
The border design is not visible from the screen entry, but it is revealed that the RealMe GT2 Master Explorer has a very narrow border, even smaller than the 1.48mm border width of the GT Neo3.
It’s also the first realMe phone to feature the Snapdragon 8+ flagship processor.
The Snapdragon 8+ is based on TSMC’s 4nm process and consists of one ultra-large CortexX2, three large cortexA710, and four small cortexA510 cores. The GPU is Adreno 730.
Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ processor, RealMe GT2 Master Explorer will be realMe’s most powerful phone ever.
In addition, the design of the rear camera module is basically the same as that of GT Neo3, with a rear 50MP+50MP+2MP triple camera and a forward camera of 16MP.
Other aspects, Realme GT2 Master Explorer’s battery rated 4880mAh (typical 5000mAh), is expected to support 100 watts of quick charge. There are three colors: green, white and brown. Memory card expansion is not supported. There is no 3.5mm headphone jack.
Realme GT2 Master Quest is likely to debut in late June or early July.