Realme Power-Value Star, Snapdragon 8G2 + 240W SuperCharge + 1.5K Display!

Realme GT5

As April unfolds, major manufacturers are making moves, with many new products hitting the shelves. While the Huawei P70 series might be the most anticipated, for most users, the focus remains on value for money. Some discounted older models are worth considering. Take the Realme GT5, for instance. Personally, I think it’s quite impressive with its well-rounded specs and decent design. With the current price drop, it seems to be in a clearance phase. So, if you’re interested, now’s the time to grab it.

Realme GT5

In terms of performance, the Realme GT5 is powered by the Snapdragon 8Gen2, last year’s flagship processor, which still holds its ground well. Smoothness isn’t a concern; it should easily last you a few years. As for the screen, it’s fairly standard, with a 6.74-inch flat display at 1.5K resolution, supporting a 144Hz refresh rate with high-frequency PWM dimming. The display quality is decent, though I’m not a fan of the plastic frame, which affects both the feel and aesthetics.

Realme GT5

Battery life is decent, with two options available: one with 240W fast charging and a 4600mAh battery, and the other with 150W fast charging and a 5240mAh battery. If you’re worried about battery life and don’t often have the chance to charge, the latter option might be better. However, I prefer the 240W charging for its blazing speed, possibly the fastest available. It can fully charge in around 10 minutes, and even with a slightly smaller battery, I find it acceptable.

Realme GT5

Of course, as a mid-range device, the Realme GT5’s camera performance is average, with a main, ultra-wide, and macro lens setup that feels somewhat lacking. The IMX890 sensor with OIS does handle daily needs well, and scanning QR codes should be a breeze. Plus, it doesn’t skimp on details, featuring linear motors, stereo speakers, infrared remote control, NFC, and more. At around 200g and 9mm thick, it’s not exactly lightweight or slim, but the handling is definitely satisfactory.

Realme GT5

In conclusion, the sub-brands of various companies offer excellent products, and you can hardly go wrong with any of them, except perhaps for Redmi and Honor. There are plenty of other options on the market, like iQOO, OnePlus, or today’s highlight—Realme. The GT series is its flagship, targeting the mid-range price segment. Devices like the Realme GT5 are beloved by enthusiasts for their competitive performance, charging speed, and memory options. So, do you like it or not? Feel free to share your thoughts.

Realme GT5

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