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The Realme GT 5G is expected to launch in India next month

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The launch of the Realme GT 5G in India in May was hinted at by the company’s CEO. In a new QnA, Realme India Chief Marketing Officer Francis Wong confirmed that the company will launch a flagship phone on Realme’s third anniversary in the country. Although Wong did not explicitly mention the name of the flagship, it will probably be Realme GT 5G. Realme started its activities on the Indian market in May 2018 and therefore the flagship is expected to be released in May this year. The Realme GT 5G launched in China last month and comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC and a 120Hz display.

Wong in QnA published On Realme forums, answered a bunch of questions to help Realme fans know better about the CEO. Asked what his daily driver is at the moment, Wong said he could not reveal the name of the phone, but added that it is a flagship that will hit the market on the third anniversary of Realme. “I wish I could tell you the device I’m using, it’s our next flagship and will be on the market as part of our celebration of the 3rd anniversary. “Just wait for him,” Wong said.

Realme soon introduced your new flagship, Realme GT 5G, in China last month. Realme is expected to launch this model on the Indian market soon. Wong can test it for network compatibility and performance in the Indian market while the phone is ready to debut.

The Realme GT 5G is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC and has premium specifications such as a 120Hz display and triple rear camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary sensor. The Realme GT 5G also features a 4500 mAh battery with support for 65W fast charging. It is also said to offer a touch sampling rate of 360 Hz and has a tactile engine in addition to a new GT mode for gamers. The Realme GT 5G is priced in China, starting at 2799 CNY (approximately Rs 31,400) and should be in the same range as the Indian market.


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