Realme announces GT2 Explorer Master, event will take place on July 12



The Realme GT2 Explorer Master is reportedly arriving this month as confirmed by company officials. However, the exact date for the official event has now been announced.

According to GSM Arena, the event is scheduled to take place on July 12 at 2 p.m. Beijing time.

While the phone is rumored to be the company’s next flagship, it’s already known that the smartphone will run on Qualcomm’s premier platform: the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.

The new Realme phone will be part of the newly separated Master series (previously the Master editions were just customized versions of the X series phones). Last year, the line-up consisted of two mid-rangers, but this time around, they’re aiming higher, GSM Arena reports.

The GT2 Explorer Master will have a more powerful chipset than the Realme GT2 Pro, but we’ll have to wait for the official launch to see if it’s a worthy upgrade.

Specs leaked by TENAA suggest that might be the case: the display will be 6.7-inch AMOLED with only 1080p resolution but triple-digit charging with two variants: 100W and 150W. Other specs include a triple camera setup with two 50MP sensors, up to 12GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage.

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