The official announcement of the Realme GT5 flagship smartphone is expected for August 28, but ahead of the event, the Chinese brand shared some details about the upcoming smartphone with the public. One of the features promises to be curious and even unique in the world of smartphones.
The Realme GT5 smartphone will get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, and now the manufacturer has confirmed that these are the base version of the chips and not an overclocked version like the Samsung and ZTE flagships. And if the chipset model wasn’t a surprise, then the processor performance adjustment feature turned out to be odd – the phone’s UI lets you adjust the frequency for all three chip clusters that Realme offers confirmed on the Chinese social network Weibo.
Third-party sources showed screenshots of the maximum frequency selection menu. Rumors also suggest that a Pro version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 smartphone could be released before the end of the year. Unfortunately, it is not yet clear whether Realme will release a smartphone with a variable processor frequency outside of the Chinese market.
Realme also confirmed that the GT5 will be available in a performance version with 24 GB of RAM and 1 TB of integrated storage, a configuration that is becoming increasingly popular among high-end Chinese smartphones. In addition, the display is powered by a special Pixelworks X7 chip, which is said to improve image quality.