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An alleged Realme GT Master Edition surfaces on Geekbench ahead of launch

A "GT Master Explorer Edition" render. (Source: MySmartPrice)
A "GT Master Explorer Edition" render. (Source: MySmartPrice)
Realme is slated to debut the Master Edition of its GT smartphone later in July 2021. Prior to this, a device that might have its model number has appeared on Geekbench. If so, the new leak confirms that it will have a new 5G Qualcomm SoC.

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Realme launches Master Editions, or variants of existing smartphones with redone esthetics co-developed with designers, every year. The GT flagship is rumored to be the one to get this treatment in 2021. Its new version is thought to come with the recently-released Snapdragon 778G processor, a spec that might be corroborated in a new leak.

It consists of a new Geekbench 5 listing for a "realme RMX3361" with 8GB of RAM and an Android 11-based ROM. It also has Qualcomm's lahaina platform, paired with an Adreno 642L GPU. These SoC properties have been seen before on this benchmark, in listings associated with the new Honor 50 series.

Therefore, they most likely conform to the new 778G chipset. The GT Master Edition is also now rumored to be joined by an additional Master Explorer Edition. It is also rumored to have a novel finish in a similar color, although it is thought to be styled after a high-end suitcase.

Should it and its fellow special-edition siblings exist, Realme is slated to unveil them during a July 21, 2021 product event. They are likely to do so with 6.43-inch 120Hz AMOLED displays, triple rear cameras and 4,300mAh batteries.

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The "Realme RMX3361" on Geekbench. (Source: Geekbench)
The "Realme RMX3361" on Geekbench. (Source: Geekbench)
A GT Master Edition launch announcement. (Source: Realme via MySmartPrice)
A GT Master Edition launch announcement. (Source: Realme via MySmartPrice)
 
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-07-16 (Update: 2021-07-16)