Realme has found a new habit in releasing Master Editions for the flagship units that comes out of its stables, and they have done the same thing for the Realme GT. Today, we officially get the Realme GT Master Edition in all of its glory as initially promised by the company.
For these editions, the company went with Naoto Fukasawa again, bringing his experience as a Japanese industrial designer to the table.
Everyone who has seen the devices has confirmed that the idea of making the new phones like suitcases worked, even without explanation. On the new device, we have a curved 6.55-inch screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, playing home to the 32MP selfie camera. Realme takes things further with an in-display fingerprint sensor here.
Looking at the back of the unit, we have a triple camera sensor led by a decent 50MP snapper and the new ridged design, which should provide for better friction and hold.
Under the hood of the unit is the SD 870 chipset, but the standard model only has an SD 778G chipset instead. Interested users can also choose to have the new device in either 8GB or 12GB RAM, paired with an internal storage option of either 128 or 256GB.
Finally, the 4500mAh battery on the bigger edition and the 4300mAh on the smaller brother are both impressive. To sell from the equivalent of $432 in China, these devices are sure to catch on like wildfire again.