Realme will be launching the company’s first flagship of the year – Realme GT – on March 4th next month. Ahead of its launch, one of the Realme GT with model number RMX2022 had already been certified by both TENAA and 3C regulatory bodies which revealed some of the device’s key specs.
Right now, Realme’s VP Xu Qi has also posted the AnTuTu benchmark score of the same device on his Weibo handle to shed some light on the upcoming Realme GT’s performance. According to the screenshot, the device has scored more than 770K points on AnTuTu. To give you some context, the iQOO 7 which is currently the best performing smartphone on AnTuTu only has a score of 728K points.
Based on what we’d learned so far, the Realme GT will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 888 chipset and utilizes the ultra-fast UFS 3.1 flash storage as well as an upgraded LPDDR5 RAM technology. Aside from that, its recent 3C listing also confirmed that the device is arriving with 65W SuperDart charging support.
In terms of appearance, we’d seen from its TENAA listing that the Realme GT features a hole-punch display upfront, and has a rectangular camera housing with a triple-camera setup at the back. These cameras will reportedly include a 64 megapixels primary shooter, 13 megapixels ultra-wide lens, as well as a 13 megapixels telephoto camera.
Although not officially confirmed, but earlier rumors also suggested the existence of a higher-end “Pro” model that comes with a 6.81-inches 3K OLED display with an ultra-smooth 160Hz refresh rate. This device is also tipped to support the latest 125W UltraDart charging.