Yesterday, Realme officially announced that the all-new Realme GT5 (the successor model of the Realme GT series) would be launched on August 28. As stated in our previous article, Realme is now revealing the primary highlights of its Realme GT 5. Recently, the company has announced a significant aspect’s highlight.
This morning, Realme officially announced that the upcoming Realme GT5 will be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset, the best option in the Android segment (from Qualcomm).
The chipset was launched at the end of last year. It is based on TSMC’s 2nd generation 4nm manufacturing process and uses the Cortex-X3 Ultra-Core (clocked @3.2GHz). In addition, the chipset is also integrated with the Snapdragon X70 5G modem and Adreno 740 GPU (clocked @680MHz).
Compared with last-generation models, the chipset helps Realme GT5 provide a 35% and 25% better CPU and GPU performance, respectively. While the power reduction rate in CPU is 40% and in GPU is 45%.
In addition to the flagship chipset, the Realme GT5 also features a “Super-Frame independent display Chip X7.” The purpose of this chip is not known correctly. However, it would help provide a smooth display with a higher refresh rate.
Regarding storage, the top variant of Realme GT5 will feature 24 Gigs of LPDDR5x RAM and 1TB UFS 4.0 storage. Both of these can provide a robust storage solution together.
Regarding other specifications, the Realme GT5 is reported to feature a 6.74 inches OLED Display consisting of a single centered punch-hole. It supports 1.5K Full-HD+ resolution and consists of a single 16MP inside the punch-hole.
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On the backside, there is a triple camera setup which includes a 50MP lens, an 8MP lens, and a 2MP lens. Moreover, the Realme GT5 would be available in two battery variants. (like predecessor models): a 4,600mAh battery with 240W charging and a 5200mAh battery with 150W charging.
Before the official launch (August 28), Realme is expected to reveal more major highlights of the device.