Realme first introduced the GT Master Edition smartphone back in July last year. Since then, the company had launched a follow-up model dubbed as the Realme GT Explorer Mater Edition which is positioned slightly above the GT Master Edition in terms of specs.
These devices, designed by renowned Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukusawa, had gained huge popularity not just in it’s domestic market, but also on the global stage thanks to it’s unique design language as well as attractive specs which give competing models a run for their money.
Therefore, it’s not surprising that the company had sold over 2 million units of the GT Master Edition series smartphones globally in a span of just one year, according to Realme’s CEO Sky Li.
Looking beyond the Realme GT Master Edition series smartphones, the company has now shifted their focus to the forthcoming GT 2 Master Edition which will be launching later this month starting with the Chinese market.