Review: realme GT 2 Pro. Still a Snapdragon 8 gen 1, but now also with ‘paper’ back

Introduction

Realme is one of the brands vying for the favor of the smartphone buyers. The products of the brand often have a more favorable price/quality ratio than the high-end models of other brands. You can also see this in the realme GT 2 Pro, a phone that is equipped with the SnapDragon 8 gen 1. You will also find this chip in the OPPO Find X5 Pro and the OnePlus 10 Pro. These phones come from the same BBK stable.

The realme smartphone is clearly recognizable. Its plastic housing feels a bit hard. That’s not annoying, because the hard back has a rough pattern that ensures that the GT 2 Pro lies comfortably in the hand. This is the so-called ‘paper design’ of realme. The design is decorated with the signature of Naoto Fukasawa, the designer of the phone. You can choose from two colors: white and paper green. In addition to these standard colours, there is also a special steel black edition.

With the signature of the designer…

The special steel version weighs 199 grams, the standard versions ten grams less. The GT 2 Pro is a somewhat thin phone; it is 8.18mm thick.


The standard colors.

The metal version is ten grams heavier.

If you look at the design, you don’t see many big surprises. It will not surprise you that the smartphone is charged via USB-C. Unfortunately, this model also lacks a connection for analog headphones. On the back you will find three lenses with which you can shoot photos.

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