The Realme GT Master Edition will be released on July 21st, and two variants are expected.
Realme GT Master Edition may be equipped with a 50 MP Sony IMX766 main sensor and support 65W fast charging. The Realme GT Master Edition will be released on July 21.
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Although the preview image did not reveal more information about this phone, the 91mobiles recently exclusively revealed the rendering, specifications, and expected price of this phone. The configuration and unique design of the rear wall is reminiscent of leather suitcases.
Realme GT versions
The two versions of the Realme GT Master Edition have the same shell-like rear wall. But are slightly different from the camera module. Realme Vice President and Global Marketing President Xu Qi Chase shared a Realme GT Master Edition photo in a leather case on Weibo.
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It is equipped with a triple rear-view camera with three sensors placed vertically, a pill-shaped flash next to the top sensor, a gray curve on the rear edge, and the signature of the Realme brand and designer Naoto Fukasawa.
The company shared a video on Weibo, which appears to be a different version of Realme GT Master Edition. It has the same leather suitcase-like design, but the camera module is slightly different. All three sensors are oriented vertically, but the circular flash is located next to the lower sensor.
The company also announced that the Realme GT Master Edition would be released on July 21 in detail. This variant also has the Realme logo and Fukasawa signature. These models can be launched in the next few days.
Realme has not disclosed the two different versions of the Realme GT Master Edition. And further details of the specifications are unclear.
Specification and Price
Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC. The master edition is equipped with a 6.55-inch Samsung E4 Super AMOLED display, with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It is said that this phone also supports 65W fast charging.
On the camera side, there are conflicting reports that the Sony IMX766 main sensor is a 50 MP sensor, while another report claims that it has a 64 MP main sensor.
Realme GT Master Edition starts at 399 euros (approximately 35,300 rupees), with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage space, while the 12 GB + 256 GB version starts at approximately 449 euros (approximately 39,700 rupees).
It also has 6GB / 128GB variants initially, but it is likely to be canceled. The phone is expected to be available in black and white with a matte finish. A reviewer of DigitalChatStation recently announced that this phone would come in two versions: i.e. Realme GT Master and GT Master Exploration.
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