Realme GT Master Edition’s Cameras Rumoured to be Tuned By a Veteran Camera Brand a la OnePlus

Which veteran camera brand will Realme collaborate with for Realme GT Master Edition?


Realme is gearing up to launch a new smartphone under the GT series – Realme GT Master Edition. The upcoming GT Master Edition might be Realme’s camera flagship for the year. To recall, the brand had announced a dual flagship strategy earlier this year. With this strategy, Realme will launch a performance-focused flagship, and a camera-focused flagship smartphone this year. Now, a fresh leak by Digital Chat Station reveals that Realme is collaborating with a Veteran Camera brand for the Realme GT Master Edition. Let us take a look at the weibo post,

Realme GT Master Edition

In past, several smartphone companies have collaborated with camera brands. Recently, OnePlus collaborated with Hasselblad for the OnePlus 9 series devices. Another Android OEM, Vivo also collaborated with Zeiss for the Vivo X60 series. In fact, Samsung is also rumoured to be in talks with Olympus for a collaboration. So, it makes sense to collaborate with one of the camera brands for a camera-focused smartphone.

Realme GT Master Edition: What we know so far!

The Realme GT Master Edition visited TENAA certification website a couple of weeks ago revealing the look of the handset. The upcoming smartphone will pack tiple-rear cameras inside a rectangular camera module. It also seems to have a laser autofocus sensor. Recently, the key specifications of the handset surfaced on the web, going by those, the GT Master Edition will offer a 108MP camera setup. It is also said to have a 13MP, and a 2MP sensor. The 13MP sensor should be an ultra-wide-angle lens, while the 2MP sensor could be a macro, depth, or B&W sensor.

The upcoming GT Master Edition is said to feature a 6.5inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate. This should be an AMOLED display with an optical in-display fingerprint sensor. The handset is said to be equipped with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC, and a 4500mAh battery. It is tipped to feature 65W fast charging which is something obvious considering some mid-range handsets from the company support it. Which veteran camera brand will Realme collaborate with for the upcoming Realme GT Master Edition? What’s your guess? Do let us know in the comments below.