Realme GT 2 Pro will introduce three world's firsts on December 20, including innovative build material

Sagar, 14 December 2021

Yesterday Realme announced it will unveil the GT 2 series on December 20, and today, the company announced it will introduce three new "world's first innovations" at the GT 2 Series Special Event on Monday.

These three innovations will include eco-friendly material, photography innovations, and communication technologies in the GT 2 series.

Realme hasn't divulged much about these world-first innovations yet, but, the young brand tells us it teamed up with Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa to "explore a more environmentally friendly design" by using "world’s first innovative bio-based material," which can not only reduce carbon emissions by up to 63% per kilogram but is also as strong and durable as traditional materials.

Realme will introduce three 'world's first innovations' on December 20, including bio-based material

The press notes sent by Realme don't mention the Realme GT 2 Pro, but since the company has used the word "series," we believe the "ultra-premium flagship" GT 2 Pro will be joined by a vanilla model.

Realme has confirmed the GT 2 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, and leaked images revealed the smartphone will feature an under-display camera, pack a QHD+ screen, and come with 12GB RAM and 1TB storage onboard. But thanks to AnTuTu, we know a 256GB storage option also exists.

 OnLeaks and 91Mobiles) Realme GT 2 Pro leaked renders (Source: OnLeaks and 91Mobiles)

That said, we are less than a week away from the GT 2 Series event, so expect Realme to drop more teasers about its upcoming flagship to build hype around it.


Reader comments

Except it is gonna be better than Xiaomi phones from 2012 😆, your just a brainwashed Xiaomi fan, go back to your buggy, laggy and full of ads Miui, I'm gonna stick with my stable and clean looking, no ads Realme UI/Color os. Why don't you...

  • Boredofflagships
  • 17 Dec 2021
  • Nvx

Please have the aux port

And I love it! Just hoping the module won't be sticking out too much.

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