New Chinese Realme GT Smartphone Built With Samsung & Sony Parts
Chinese brand Realme, who keep claiming that they are the fastest growing smartphone brand in the world, despite very few people recognising the brand, is trying to have another crack at taking on Samsung especially their Galaxy S21 5G smartphone, ironically the new Realme GT 5G device houses a Samsung AMOLED display and a Sony camera sensor.
Despite past questions over the Australian certification of Realme mobile devices the Company which is owned by the same Company that makes Oppo devices is now launching the Realme GT 5G which comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC in an effort to try and lift their profile in the affordable premium market.
In India where Realme was known for cheap bottom end devices Indian nationals have moved to snub the brand following conflicts on the India China border with Chinerse troops.
Other features include a 4,500mAh battery that supports up to 65W fast charging and a 64-megapixel triple camera module on the rear.
The glass version comes in two colours, silver, and blue on the back of the new 5G device are shooting arrow patterns.
Other features include a 6.43-inch 120Hz Samsung Super AMOLED display which is the old Samsung display used in the S20.
The device has Dolby Atmos Dual Stereo speakers, Hi-Res Audio, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
Also on board is an older Sony 64MP triple camera sensor with a night portrait mode and AI capabilities.
The OS support is a beta version of Android 12.
An Exclusive GT Mode is only available in the Realme GT series, the GT Mode is created for users who want to jack up performance that sucks juice out of the battery.
Outside of India and China, Realme is a fairly unknown quantity with the brand making no headway in the US and limited headway in Europe.
The device is set to sell in Australia for sub $900.