You read that right. The new Realme GT Master Explorer Edition has a suitcase inspired back cover. Why? Because, explorer. And you know what? It’s looking pretty dope – that’s if you don’t slip a case on. Actually, no. It has a matching case to continue the suitcase theme even with a phone case on which is a nice touch.
As with most flagship devices in the market, the other differentiating feature is the imaging where it employs a 50 MP Sony IMX766 main sensor as found in competing flagships like the OnePlus 9 Pro and Oppo Find X3 Pro.
The imaging is not just about a big 1/1.56” OIS-equipped sensor; it further boasts an exclusive street photography model developed in collaboration with Ricoh photography ambassador, as well as exclusive NOMO CAM street shooting filter co-produced with, well, NOMO CAM.
Other cameras include a 16 MP Sony super wide angle lens item and a 2 MP macro lens camera, plus a 32 MP Sony IMX615 sensor front-facing camera.
However, it does not get the blessing of Qualcomm high-end SD 888; instead it has a quasi-flagship SoC, the SD870 5G, paired to up to 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage.
The display is a 120 Hz refresh rate 6.55-inch Samsung AMOLED curved screen that offers FHD+ (2,400 x 1,080) resolution and 480 Hz touch sampling rate.
The phone is outfitted with a 4,500 mAh that supports 65 W smart flash charging. And yes, it does come with a 65 W (10V/6.5A) power brick.
Beyond those, the rest of the specs are pretty rudimentary, including the usual like dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.2 and you know, the usual.
Images: Realme [CH].