In advance of its launch on August 28, the Realme GT 5’s design has been revealed. It will have a Pro-XDR display.

The Realme GT 5 will go on sale in China on August 28. A 4,600mAh battery with 240W SUPERVOOC charging capabilities was included, as well as a Snapdragon 8+ Gen SoC and up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM. The Realme GT 5’s processor, RAM, and battery details have all been officially confirmed by the business. Now that Realme has verified a few more important details, it has also unveiled the future device’s design.

Realme unveiled the look of the future Realme GT 5 in a string of photos on Weibo. The rear of the phone is made of a material the firm refers to as “miracle glass” (translated from Chinese), which they assert will provide an exclusive texture they refer to as “liquid metal silver” (translated).

The Realme GT 5’s triple rear camera sensors are positioned at the back in two circular slots that are vertically aligned and located within the elevated camera island in the top left corner of the back panel. A number of tiny LED panels surround the embedded Qualcomm Snapdragon logo, which is boxed in by an LED flash unit that sits next to these. The top of the somewhat curved front panel has a front camera hole-punch slot that is centered on it.

There are 1.46mm ultra-narrow bezels around the display’s curved edges on the Realme GT 5. Additionally, it seems like the phone is much thinner than its previous iterations. The handset’s bottom edge is where you can see a USB Type-C port, a microphone, and a speaker grille.

It is also reported that the Realme GT 5 will have a pro-XDR dynamic display with a refresh rate of 144Hz, a touch sampling rate of 2000Hz, 1.5K resolution, and a PWM dimming rate of up to 2160Hz.

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