Realme will be holding its next launch event on July 21 where it will be debuting the GT Master Series which includes at least two smartphones dubbed as Master Edition and Master Explorer Edition. Apparently, a tonne of specifications of the Master Edition arrived a few days ago. Cut to now, we have learned some key specs that the Realme GT Master Explorer Edition will bring on-board.
The first bit of information is about the 19 GB of RAM that the Master Explorer Edition will pack in. This includes 12GB of physical RAM and 7GB of virtual RAM that the phone will be using to cope up with increasing demand.
Apart from that, a post by Realme VP Xu Qi Chase hints at the probable price tag of the entry-level 6GB+128GB model at CNT 3,000 or $462. For context, the 6GB RAM is physical plus there will be additional RAM that it will acquire from the internal storage in time of need such as when playing games or opening more apps or tabs, etc. it topmost variant will have 12GB of physical plus 7GB of DRE as mentioned above.
Apart from that, the Realme GT Master Explorer Edition sports a Sony IMX766 50MP sensor at the back that we have already seen with the OnePlus 9 Pro. The sensor comes with plenty of features including OIS, mature algorithm, and full pixel focus collectivity called Eye of Exploration.
The Sony IMX766 sensor is equipped with all-pixel omnidirectional focus, OIS + EIS, 4-in-1 2 micron pixel size, and 1/1.56-inch sensor size.
At the moment, we know that the device will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC and will have a 6.55-inch AMOLED 120Hz HDR10+ display producing a max of 1100 nits with DC dimming technology. The device is likely to get a 4,300 mA battery with 65W fast charging tech and will have Android 11-powered REalme UI 2.0 as software on-board.
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