Thursday, March 4, 2021

Realme GT 5G Bumblebee leather variant appears in an official poster


We exclusively shared an image of the Realme GT 5G Bumblebee leather variant a few days ago, and yesterday Realme shared a few photos giving us our first look at the rear glass version of the GT 5G. Today Realme Vice President Mr. Xu Qi Chase shared a poster on his Weibo account, giving us a preview of the GT 5G Bumblebee version.

The image doesn’t reveal anything new but again confirms the presence of a 64MP primary camera on the GT 5G Bumblebee variant. Realme hasn’t disclosed the purpose of the other two cameras in the setup, but rumors say we’re looking at 13MP and 13MP ultra-wide telephoto lenses.

Realme GT 5G Bumblebee leather variant appears in official poster

The automatic translation of Mr. Chase’s post reveals that the yellow variant will be called “GT Ares Special Edition-Dawn”, but we’ll wait for the official announcement on March 4 to find out the exact name of the leather version.

The vice president of the company also said that the design of the phone was inspired by classic GT models and detailed its design process. You can check out the screenshot of Mr. Chase’s Weibo message below, automatically translated from Chinese, for more.

Chinese machine translation

Chinese machine translation

The Realme GT 5G will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC and is expected to ship with Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0, 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Although there are probably other memory configurations that are not yet confirmed.

The GT 5G will ship a 120Hz display and support 65W charging, but the battery capacity remains unknown.

Source (in Chinese)

Source: GSMArena

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