Realme GT 5G flagship phone set for a global launch on March 4

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Realme GT 5G flagship phone set for a global launch on March 4

Realme’s 2021 flagship, GT 5G, is getting launched on March 4. Interestingly, the company is going for a global launch rather than making an initial announcement in China. The Mobile World Congress Shanghai is also kicking off on Tuesday, and Realme will be showing off the new phone at the event, where it is likely to reveal some specifications and features of the GT 5G flagship at the tech exhibition, much ahead of the launch date.

On Weibo, Realme shared a Chinese actor and singer Yang Mi holding the GT 5G where its design is relatively visible. It is a glossy finish on the back that is painted grey. The camera module is rectangular, with three cameras stacked vertically. One of these sensors, the posters confirm, will be a 64MP one. It is not clear if it is a Sony sensor or a Samsung one, but chances are it is the former considering previous trends. Realme GT 5G is also confirmed to come with a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom, which is a good thing considering the recently launched X7 and X7 Pro phones have it removed. And there will be a USB-C port, as well.

Rumoured specifications of Realme GT 5G

This is all that the posters from Realme have confirmed. It is likely Realme will divulge more details about the GT 5G ahead of launch, but for now, this is the official information. However, the rumour mill has a lot more to tell. The Realme GT 5G has been there for a while, along with all its certification processes. This phone is speculated to have the RMX2202 model number recently certified by China’s TENAA. It has also been found on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website, meaning the phone will be launched here soon. 

So, the certification website suggests there will be a 120Hz AMOLED screen, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage, Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0, and 65W fast charging on the phone. The phone is already confirmed to have the Snapdragon 888 chipset. These specifications make the GT 5G a bit more powerful, at least theoretically than last year’s X50 Pro.

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