On Monday, realme held an online event to announce its first high-end flagship smartphone, the GT2 Pro. Instead of releasing the new model, realme only disclosed some key features of the new device.
The GT2 Pro is the first high-end flagship smartphone under realme. The company is currently developing a brand-new and bio-based material that shares the same origin as paper. Bio-based materials are often extracted from renewable raw materials, such as pulp, and can reduce carbon emissions by up to 63%. These materials observe environmental protection regulations and standards such as those under the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC).
Realme’s GT2 Pro is the first smartphone featuring a 150° super wide-angle lens. It is challenging the design concept of the traditional wide-angle lens and is inspired by the fisheye lens. The camera endows users with a much larger perspective of their images. Its visual range area is 20% greater than the industry’s largest ultra-wide-angle lens.
Supported by the world’s first ultra-wideband free switching antenna technology, the realme GT2 Pro uses Gigabit ultra-wideband communication through combination, available in 48 global mainstream frequency bands, and covering more than 150 countries and regions.
Finally, the realme GT2 Pro will make progress in its NFC antenna design scheme by featuring a brand-new omni-directional sensing NFC. The two cellular antennas at the top are integrated with NFC signal transceiver functions and altogether form an NFC 3 antenna array. By doing so, the sensing range expands from the traditional 2D to 3D while increasing the surface area by 500% and enhancing the sensing distance on each side by 20%.