Realme GT2 Pro Real Machine Diagram Reveal Under-screen Camera

Realme GT2 Pro Real Machine Diagram

Realme GT2 Pro Real Machine Diagram

Realme previously announced the GT2 Pro, which took three years to build and is the highest specification flagship in its history, the first high-end flagship built with all its might. The above are all descriptions from Realme executives, raising the expectations of the GT2 Pro while showing plenty of confidence in the machine.

According to vice president Xu Qi, Realme is the second model equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chip, according to the time, is expected to be released before the Spring Festival, or maybe even later this month, and Xiaomi 12 launch close.

Today, according to Gizmochina’s reports, a suspected Realme GT2 Pro real machine diagram was revealed, showing the front screen design with an under-screen camera solution. Reports say that the machine is not only an under-screen camera, and supports 2K resolution and high refresh rate, is the world’s first under-screen camera model to support 2K resolution.

Realme GT2 Pro Real Machine Diagram

In addition, it can also be seen from the pictures that in addition to the under-screen front camera, the realme GT2 Pro also has excellent bezel control, it looks like the top, left and right edges are basically exactly equal in width, and the R corner of the screen is also consistent with the curvature of the bezel, making the overall visual effect very comfortable.

But the authenticity is yet to be verified, under-screen camera technology has been mass-produced, but the resolution has been limited to achieve only a limited refresh rate, Realme so radical?

Previously the machine renders exposed, using a right-angle bezel design, horizontal lens module, and Google Nexus is quite similar, but the realme GT2 Pro is a protruding shape, and OPPO Find X3 has a similarity. In other configurations, the leak said GT2 Pro rear 50-megapixel main camera and ultra-wide angle, and an 8-megapixel telephoto, support for high-powered fast charging.

(Source: 91Mobiles)
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