The Realme GT 2 Pro render resurrects the Nexus 6P

The Realme GT 2 Pro render resurrects the Nexus 6P

The Pixel 6’s unconventional design sparked a lot of debate, and as one might guess, opinions were divided. Some people adored its unique and unforgettable look, while the somewhat asymmetrical shape put others off. It wasn’t the first Google phone to feature a large camera hump protruding from the rear, and some have drawn resemblance to Huawei’s Nexus 6P, which was released in 2015. If this leak about its forthcoming GT-branded phone is any clue, OPPO subsidiary Realme is attempting to resurrect that equally ugly design.

We’ve examined several Realme GT phones in the past, and they’ve all had unique designs that some may term odd. The Realme GT Master and Explorer Master models, for example, resembled travel bags in appearance and texture. Even the “regular” Realme GT Neo2 featured a unique green hue with a large black stripe going down the phone’s rear.

However, the camera bumps on both phones were mainly the same rectangular cage found on today’s smartphones. Just as the Pixel 6 defied expectations, it appears that the Realme GT 2 Pro will do the same. It may not win awards for creativity, but it does get points for bringing a unique design to the people.

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The Huawei Nexus 6P, released in 2015, would go down in history for two reasons. The first, and arguably more essential, aspect is that it will be the final Nexus phone, following the LG Nexus 5X. It was also notable for its groundbreaking camera bump design and location, which was regarded as resembling a visor.

According to 91mobiles, the Realme GT 2 Pro will have a design identical to the Realme GT 2 but with minor variations. The bump is positioned lower on the phone than the top and protrudes further outward, giving it a “barcode scanner” or tricorder feel. The phone’s edges are also flat, which makes it look more like an iPhone than any Nexus or Pixel phone too far.

According to the render, the Realme GT 2 Pro will include two 50MP cameras with GR lenses, with a third camera thought to be an 8MP telephoto lens. According to rumors, it’ll have a 6.8-inch WQHD+ 120Hz OLED screen, 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Given those specifications, it’s not hard to believe it’ll also run on the next Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor.

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Realme has only confirmed the phone’s name and ambition of taking the GT series into the high-end territory, not that this year’s Realme GT phones weren’t already high-end enough. There will undoubtedly be some discussion over that design, especially when placed on a flat surface, but it’s in line with Realme’s recent trend of adopting eye-catching designs for its GT family.

Source: 91mobiles