Realme is set to unveil its annual flagship smartphone, the Realme GT5 Pro, on December 7. As the product’s launch approaches, realme is once again spotlighting the gaming capabilities of the Realme GT5 Pro.
The Realme GT5 Pro smartphone supports the functionality of “Game Exclusive Memory Pro,” according to reports. Supposedly, the game background ensures a continuous network connection for 5 minutes, a 41.4% acceleration in cold start speed, and the option for personalized game update schedules.
The Realme GT5 Pro smartphone underwent a 2-hour “Honor of Kings” test, achieving 120 frames at the ultimate image quality. The average frame rate was 119.79, exhibiting minimal variation with a standard deviation of only 0.5. Importantly, the phone maintained a maximum temperature of 43.2°C during the intensive gaming session. Additionally, it proudly boasts compatibility with Light Chasing 2.0 in the mobile game “Ni Shui Han,” delivering “PC-level light and shadow effects” for a visual experience.
The new phone, in addition to its features, will unveil a groundbreaking feature described as “unprecedented in the industry” and is likely to revolutionize users’ daily mobile phone habits. The specifics of this cutting-edge technology remain shrouded in mystery until tomorrow’s press conference, heightening anticipation among tech enthusiasts. As per the most recent official details provided by Realme Mobile, the information aligns closely with the previously disclosed updates. The upcoming Realme GT5 Pro will feature the same Sony Optical LYT-808 image sensor that the OnePlus 12 has.
Notably, Sony’s LYT-808 has 50 Megapixels, a 1/1.4-inch outsole, and employs dual-layer transistor pixel technology. Renowned for its image prowess, it stands as the most potent one-inch sensor in its category, excelling in photography. Through collaborative hardware and algorithmic design, it adeptly restores challenging bright and dark areas concurrently, preventing overexposure in bright sections and preserving details in darker regions. Furthermore, the IMX890 super light and shadow periscope telephoto will enhance the device. Currently boasting the industry’s most diminutive size and promising flagship main camera-level image quality for the telephoto experience.
In other aspects, according to previously divulged information, the Realme GT5 Pro’s design will adhere to the prevailing mainstream aesthetics. The front will showcase a 6.78-inch 1.5K resolution hyperboloid single-hole screen, acclaimed as “the foremost screen in its category.” Powering the device is the cutting-edge Snapdragon 8 Gen3 flagship chip, the most potent Snapdragon 5G Soc to date. Pioneering the adoption of 1TB storage, it heralds a breakthrough in comprehensive memory experience, hailed as “astonishingly rapid.” The rear configuration features a trio of cameras with 50 Megapixels + 50 Megapixels + 8 Megapixels, incorporating the Sony IMX890 telephoto lens, the industry’s largest periscope telephoto lens sensor. This setup supports up to 120X super zoom, officially crowned as the “telephoto monarch.
Furthermore, the device houses a built-in 5400mAh battery. It supports 100W wired fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging and comes pre-installed with the realme UI 5.0 system. Reports indicate that the Realme GT5 Pro is set to make its debut on December 7. It will be among the initial devices featuring the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 flagship chip and the novel “Super Light and Shadow Engine,” positioning it as a “dual-engine flagship.