Realme GT 2 Pro: Here is a variant with a camera like the Nexus 6P

In the months preceding the launch of Realme GT 2 series , which recently also landed in Europe during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, ​​some renderings were circulating on the net that featured the Realme GT 2 Pro smartphone equipped with a horizontal rear camera.

Realme GT 2 Pro

At the time, the OnLeaks  leak caused quite a stir not only because it represented a huge deviation from the classic smartphone design of the Chinese giant, but also because it took up the rear aspect of one of the most loved Google devices ever: the Nexus 6P.

Realme still has a version of GT 2 Pro with a horizontal camera in the works

In a series of tweets exchanged between the leaker OnLeaks and the official Twitter account of Realme precisely regarding the leak relating to this singular smartphone of the company, the international Twitter account of Realme replied to the leaker with two words that rekindled the ‘fan hype: stay tuned , English jargon that indicates to be waiting for a news about it.

The answer clears the clouds of those who thought that this singular version of the Realme smartphone was simply a small misstep by OnLeaks : at the moment nothing is known about the device, nor about the technical data sheet and not even about the probable launch date.

In recent weeks Realme has remained constantly on the radar of leakers and sector specialists for various reasons: in recent days an economic report has revealed that during 2021 the company has positioned itself in fifth place in the ranking of the top 5 smartphone manufacturers , to the launch of the Realme 9 4G model is expected shortly after the device has been almost completely revealed by an incredible leak and, moreover, it seems that the company is also working on a new smartphone equipped with the side slider that normally finds its place on phones by OnePlus.

We just have to wait patiently and find out what Realme has in the pipeline for the next few months.

Source: Realme
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