Since their first model, the realme GTs have always been characterized by quite innovative designs, although the new generation seems to want to go a step further. And it is that according to the renders filtered by 91mobiles, the realme GT 2 Pro will wear a somewhat similar to the old Xiaomi Nexus or the Oppo Find X3, with some differences that might not convince many.
Although the Nexus has already received some criticism for the protrusion of its cameras, I have now chosen to shift this configuration slightly to separate it a bit from the upper edge, and from the body of the phone itself, with a horizontal chamber distribution whose surface will be remarkably projected outwards, which gives the phone a rather strange look that many have already compared to barcode scanners.
Although the rest of the design of the realme GT 2 Pro seems to opt for somewhat more standardized details, with flat edges and rounded corners that resemble the latest terminals, following in the wake of the iPhone.
On the other hand, this leak also offers us some details about the main specifications of the phone, it will feature a triple setup with two 50 megapixel cameras with GR lenses, and a third 8 megapixel telephoto lens. It is also expected to include a 6.8-inch OLED screen with 120Hz WQHD resolution, along with an internal configuration that will reach the 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage, stereo speakers, and a 5,000mAh battery with a 125W UltraDart charge.
So, given its high-level specs, as well as the great description offered for these renders, everything points to the realme GT 2 Pro being one of the first smartphones to equip the recently introduced Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processors. Although this does not necessarily imply that we see an imminent launch, the presentation of this phone may be moved until the first quarter of next year.
And is that so far, realme has only officially confirmed the name of the phone and its goal of taking the brand’s GT series to high-end territory, based on the rest of the known details on rumors and leaks.