In March 2021, Realme launched its Realme GT 5G, which was one of the most affordable flagship phones, equipped with the Snapdragon 888 5G chipset. It seems that the company is now working on the successor model as the expected model has been leaked.
This morning, a new model from Realme (RMX3300) has been listed on the AnTuTu Benchmark site powered by the upcoming flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset. As per famous blogger @DigitalChatStation, the new RMX3300 is most probably the forthcoming Realme GT2 Pro.
The device has scored 1,025,215 (1M+) points in the benchmark, which ensures that Snapdragon’s upcoming flagship chipset will be a game-changer in the smartphone industry. It is worth mentioning that Dimensity 9000 chipset from Mediatek has also scored around 1M points in the leaked benchmarks.
UPDATE: AnTuTu has officially verified these scores and announced it (on Weibo) that all the exposed scores are true and effective. Further, it also mentioned that this device (RMX3300) is equipped with 12+256GB storage combination.
In terms of improvement, the new SM8450 (Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset) has a maximum 2.995 GHz frequency and has scored 20% higher (compared with Snapdragon 888 5G). Moreover, the GPU score is also improved which is 447,926 points (37.5% higher when compared with SD 888).
In terms of specifications, the new Realme GT2 Pro is expected to feature a 6.51 inches AMOLED Display which would support a higher resolution (Full-HD+) and refresh rate (up to 120Hz). The charging power is also expected to be upgraded to 125W, but the battery capacity is unknown.
The Realme GT2 Pro is expected to feature a main 50MP lens with OIS support in addition to an ultrawide lens and a depth lens. While on the front side, the device would sport a 32MP lens.
It is expected that the all-new Realme GT2 Pro will be priced at around 4000 yuan (roughly $625). If we talk about the launch time, so it is expected that the new RMX3300 (or Realme GT2 Pro) would be included in the first batch of Snapdragon 8 Gen1 powered smartphones.For more exclusive mobile phone tips, follow up our Twitter page