The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset will power the Realme GT2 Explorer Master when it is launched on July 12. The GT2 Explorer Master will be the first phone in the world to include LPDDR5X RAM, according to the company’s latest specs, which give us additional reason to believe it will be a powerful phone.
Realme also announced the GT2 Explorer Master will have a metal frame, a 10-bit display with HDR10+, and an up to 120Hz refresh rate in other posts on Weibo.
Compared to LPDDR5, which has a speed of 6.4Gbps, LPDDR5X RAM has a speed of up to 8.5Gbps. The new standard is advantageous since it uses 20% less electricity. As of right now, Samsung was the first business to begin producing such chips using the 14nm technology, but now Micron, situated in the US, has joined the fray.
According to official publications, the Realme GT2 Explorer Master’s screen will include more than 16,000 levels of auto brightness for a suitable “eye protection experience”. A 2.37mm thin bezel will be present at the bottom of the front panel.
Next week is the formal launch date, and in the days before the event, we anticipate Realme to reveal even more features.
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