The Realme GT2 Explorer Master is expected on July 12 with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. The company revealed more of its specs today that lead us to believe it will indeed be a mighty phone - the GT2 Explorer Master will be the first in the world with LPDDR5X RAM.
In other posts on Weibo, Realme also confirmed the GT2 Explorer Master will have a metal frame and a 10-bit display with HDR10+ and up to 120Hz refresh rate.
The LPDDR5X RAM offers higher speeds, up to 8.5 Gbps, compared to LPDDR5's 6.4 Gbps. The new standard also consumes 20% less power, making it a win-win. Currently, Samsung was the first company to start manufacturing such chips, built on the 14 nm process, and now the US-based Micron is also in the mix.
The screen of the Realme GT2 Explorer Master will have over 16,000 levels of auto brightness for a proper "eye protection experience", according to official posts. The front panel will have an ultra-thin bezel on the bottom at just 2.37 mm.
The official launch is next week and we expect Realme to tease even more features in the days leading to the event.
Source (in Chinese)
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wait that 8 plus gen 1 ain't even support LPDDR5X