Chinese smartphone maker Realme confirmed that it will be announcing the new GT Master Series in China on July 21 at 14:00 local time. Realme hasn’t provided any information regarding how many models it will launch in the GT Master Series lineup although it is confirmed that it will surely make a huge splash next Wednesday.
According to a report, it is speculated that there are at least two models under the upcoming lineup dubbed as GT Master Edition and GT Master Exploration Edition. This is coming from a popular tipster called Digital Chat Station. To our surprise, a slide containing specifications of the upcoming Realme GT Master Edition has leaked leaving little to the imagination as to what to expect on July 21.
The slide states that the GT Master Edition will arrive with a Samsung-made giant 6.43-inch 120Hz AMOLED display with a pinch-hole on the top-left corner. It will arrive with a 360Hz touch sampling rate along with 4D vibration support. The punch-hole that I mentioned above is likely to get a 32MP sensor as per the leak.
Further, Realme GT Master Edition is teased to get a triple rear camera setup which looks much like Oppo’s Reno 6 series. The setup includes a 64MP primary, a secondary 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP macro sensor. It is no doubt even if GT Master Edition takes design cues from Oppo Reno 6 series simply because REalme is a sub-brand of Oppo.
Some of the leaked renders show the phone in its glory as well. Apparently, GT Master Edition will get a Snapdragon 778G SoC. This technically hints that the Realme RMX3366 that we spotted on TENAA and GeekBench just recently is likely GT Master Exploration Edition with a Snapdragon 870 under the hood.
The slides further state that the phone will get an Android 11-powered Realme UI 2.0 out-of-the-box. It will get a Dynamic RAM Expansion (DRE) feature that should extend the RAM by 5GB. The device comes with an 8GB+128GB and an 8GB+256GB variant.
Realme GT Master Edition will get NFC as well. It will be powered by a massive 4,300 mAh battery pack fueled with a 65W SuperDart charging tech capable of taking the battery from 0 to 50 percent in 12 minutes. It will take the battery from flat to full in just 32 minutes.
Note that all these specifications are coming from a leak which looks more like a material that Realme could be used during the launch presentation. In any case, a pinch of salt is advisable as there might be changes in the above-mentioned specifications.
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