Not long ago, RealMe officially announced that the next generation of RealMe flagship GT2 Pro is coming.
RealMe GT2 Pro is the realme team’s first premium flagship and will be one of the first models to be powered by the Snapdragon 8 chip.
According to GizmoChina, a photo of what appears to be the real RealMe GT2 Pro has been released.
According to the pictures, it seems that Realme GT2 Pro will adopt the under-screen camera scheme. There are no forward-shooting holes at the top of the front and no shadow screen effect. It should be a very mature under-screen forward-shooting scheme.
It is worth mentioning that it will also realize the coexistence of the under-screen camera and 2K resolution, which is the world’s first under-screen forward 2K screen.
In addition, as you can see from the pictures, the realMe GT2 Pro also has excellent border control. The top, left and right sides look almost exactly the same width, and the R Angle of the screen is consistent with the arc of the border. The overall visual effect is very comfortable.
At the same time, the arc of this frame, and the previous exposure of the rendering of some of the same, very similar to the processing of the corner.
The realme GT2 Pro will feature a right-angle bezel, sandwiche-like structure, with a metal center frame and a very simple back.
As for the camera design, Realme GT2 Pro uses an all-in-one solution that is very rare nowadays. The three-camera module is arranged horizontally on the top of the body and has two LED flashes. The whole module and the backplane are integrated in a curved way, which is very unique.