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Realme GT5 Pro hyped as dual-engine flagship smartphone with new design leak

The Realme GT5 Pro(?). (Source: Xiaoyu Review via Weibo)
The Realme GT5 Pro(?). (Source: Xiaoyu Review via Weibo)

Realme has confirmed that its next GT-series Android smartphone will launch as a “dual-engine flagship” with a unique combination of features soon. In the meantime, its rear panel has starred in a new leak that purports to flaunt its Huawei Mate 50 Pro-like camera hump ahead of its official reveal.

The Realme executive Xu Qi Chase has asserted that the upcoming GT5 Pro will make a groundbreaking leap in terms of smartphone technology that will keep it ahead of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 pack on its release. Then again, its apparent unique selling point may not be as unprecedented as the brand seems to think.

Based on the OEM’s new tag-line (“dual-engine flagship“), it seems that the GT5 Pro’s ultra-bright display will have an independent chip to help its 8 Gen 3 platform along…much like the new iQOO 12 series. Nevertheless, its upcoming Realme rival might have the edge with a larger battery that might have 240W charging after all.

It is thought to be housed in a chassis most like that of the Huawei Mate 50 Pro – as the Weibo user Xiaoyu Review notes in purporting to showcase that design in a new hands-on leak. The “GT5 Pro” rear panel shown in the new image is finished in an off-white shade that shows its round camera hump off in stark contrast.

As with recent Redmi K70 Pro leaks, it contains 4 lens cut-outs in equally stark relief, despite rumors of triple rear cameras. These new tips should be confirmed or denied soon, however, as Realme has finally hinted at a November 2023 launch for the GT5 Pro.

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Realme's "dual engine flagship"...
Realme’s “dual engine flagship”…
...might launch looking like this. (Source: Realme, Xiaoyu Review via Weibo)
…might launch looking like this. (Source: Realme, Xiaoyu Review via Weibo)

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