The GT 2 is smaller and more modest than the GT 2 Pro, but not by much. The special use of materials is also given here.
The Realme GT 2 series is notable for its first round of a Pro version has received Qualcomm’s latest 4-nanometer set, and secondly, the special use of materials, which, in addition to being recycled, provides essentially the same structural integrity as traditional fossil plastics, costs 2 kilograms less carbon dioxide and is deceptively paper-like. The model without the Pro suffix, fitted with the Snapdragon 888, also got such a housing, but a slightly smaller one,
The Realme GT 2 is 6 inches, just It has an FHD + AMOLED panel, but 120 Hz image refresh and outstanding point-at-brightness remain. Last year’s top-of-the-line kit also features 12GB of system memory with 512GB of internal storage and a 50-megapixel Optically Stabilized (OIS) main camera, but it’s accompanied by a field-wide, 119-degree ultra-wide and a macro sensor that’s ideal to try from 4 centimeters.
5G, WiFi 6, NFC, L1/L5 GPS (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS), stereo speakers and advanced audio codecs are also available here (5.2 SBC, AAC, APTX, APTX HD, LDAC), and the display’s built-in optical fingerprint reader also functions as a heart rate sensor. The 5000 mAh battery also translates to 65 watts of charging power, and the Realme UI 3.0 is built on Android 12. The smallest (8/128 GB) memory pack in China opens at 136 thousand yuan, and the strongest model (12/512 GB) costs 161 thousand forints in local currency.