Realme GT 5G; Launching date in India; Full Specifications price & reviews | Gaming Phone
|OnePlus Nord 2
|Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
|64MP + 8MP + 2MP
The realme gt master explorer edition is finally here and being that it has first releasing in India, the master explorer edition is a new addition to the realme gt lineup. which was releasing 18th August 2021. realme have decided to switch out the snapdragon aaa chipsets. we saw in the earlier model for a snapdragon 870 chip in favor of an aluminum frame, vegan leather back curved display and flagship status imax 766 camera sensor. which was found in the oppo find x3 pro, if you ask me the slight dip in performance in order to make way for these welcomed changes is a step in the right direction for realme, especially since the price has remained the same of course. we get a usb type-a to type-c cable in the box, as well as a sim ejector tool and we do indeed get the same 65 watt super dot wired charging. which can supposedly do 100 in 33 minutes with the same 4500 mAH hour battery. all that said and done and all those nifty goodies in the box. the realme gt master edition series comes in either a voyager gray or voyager apricot. which are actually vegan leather suitcase skins or you can pick it up in dawn glass or snow mountain glass. the silicon case that comes included in the box looks a hell of a lot like the actual design of the phone. it looks absolutely striking from the back and inside. it we find the snapdragon 877 nanometer chipset. earlier on this year had plastic frames wrapping around at this time we get welcome to an aluminum frame. we have a gorilla glass 5 front and you can either pick up the vegan leather back, or the gloss back depending on which model you go for the glass one is slightly thinner but it is also slightly heavier. another extremely welcome change to the gt lineup is the introduction of the imx 766 sensor. which we saw in the oppo find x3 pro early on this year and that costs a hell of a lot more than this. it is a 50 megapixel 24 millimeter sensor with an aperture of f 1.9 that is paired alongside a 16 megapixel ultra wide and unfortunately 2 megapixel macro with unfortunately no telephoto lens. i'm going to be focusing just on that imx 766 sensor for now using the 50 megapixel indoors doesn't look the best since it's only really good outdoors but dropping it down bending down. the shot to 12.5 megapixel using that same sensor looks great. we don't have optical zoom over here. a power button on the right hand side a split volume rocker on the left we have a dual sim 5g.