Realme officially released the brand’s first high-end flagship mobile phone-Realme GT2 Pro.
What’s interesting is that Realme GT2 Pro is also the world’s first mobile phone made of “paper”. The master version of the back case is the first in the mobile phone industry to use bio-based materials.
Renewable raw materials extracted from the pulp and other materials are formed through complex processes and passed ISCC international sustainable development and carbon certification. Compared with traditional materials, carbon emissions can be reduced by up to 63%. The master version has two color schemes, namely “Paper” and “Sen”, Both are made of bio-based materials, and there are also two AG glass color combinations, namely forged black and titanium blue.
The front screen of the Realme GT2 Pro is one of the biggest highlights. It adopts a 6.7-inch 2K AMOLED infinitely variable frame screen, reaching 525 PPI, supporting an intelligent dynamic resolution of 1-120Hz, the refresh rate can be switched in real-time according to the usage scenario, which can save 50% of the screen power consumption.
In addition, this screen can reach a maximum brightness of 1400nit, a contrast ratio of 5 million:1, and it has obtained a DisplayMate A+ rating. It excels in a series of dimensions such as clarity, brightness, and color accuracy. The 1000Hz gaming control engine is covered with Corning Gorilla Victus glass, which is not fragile. In terms of core configuration, Realme GT2 Pro is equipped with a new generation of Snapdragon 8 flagship chip.
In terms of performance, it is currently the absolute number one in mass-produced chips in the Android camp. In order to suppress power consumption and bring longer-lasting performance output, Realme is also equipped with an ice core cooling system Plus, with a heat dissipation area of up to 36761mm², which is comparable to a tablet computer, with tempered VC, rigid gel, and copper alloy? The multi-layer combination such as the back cover can be called a heat-dissipating ceiling, which claims to be able to reduce the peak Wendy of the chip by 19°C.
The official also brought GT mode 3.0 to the system, which can be turned on on the desktop with one button and instantly enter a full blood state. The game can be played with the best scheduling to ensure performance requirements. Realme GT2 Pro also has a full-speed antenna matrix system, which not only has stronger 5G and WiFi signals but also increases the NFC sensing area by 5 times, achieving 360° Omni-directional sensing on the upper body of the machine, completely solving the pain points of traditional NFC experience.
In terms of imaging, Realme GT2 Pro adopts a 50-megapixel flagship dual-main camera solution, equipped with a 50-megapixel IMX766 main camera + 50-megapixel 150° ultra-wide-angle + microscope lens, respectively. The main camera supports OIS optical image stabilization, which is currently the most mainstream flagship sensor.
The 150° ultra-wide-angle lens is the first in the industry to carry it. It claims to see wider than any mobile phone on this planet. Compared with the ordinary wide-angle picture, it is more than 20% larger. It is also based on this lens. Eye mode; while the microscope mode can eliminate the effect of 40x magnification, the microscopic world can be easily photographed. In terms of battery life, The Realme GT2 Pro has a built-in 5000mAh large battery and also supports 65W flash charging. It can be fully charged in 33 minutes, allowing users to completely forget about battery life anxiety, and playing games longer.
In terms of price, Realme GT2 Pro has three memory versions, Among them, 8GB+128GB is priced at 3899 yuan, 8GB+256GB is priced at 4199 yuan, 12GB+256GB is priced at 4499 yuan, and 12GB+512GB is priced at 4999 yuan. During the first sale period, the full version will be discounted by 200 yuan, and the pre-sale will start at 21:30 tonight, and will officially go on sale at 0:00 on the 7th.
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