Realme GT ran through AnTuTu with a 120 Hz screen, UFS 3.1 and LPDDR5 RAM

Before launch, both Realme and AnTuTu revealed the smartphone’s benchmarking results.

Realme will launch the Realme GT on March 4th. Before launch, both Realme and AnTuTu revealed the smartphone’s benchmarking results. A recent leak revealed that the gear will be available in leather and glass editions. A Chinese leakster shared a render that gives us a first look at the so-called “Bumblebee” leather edition.

Today at around 10:00 a.m. (local time) in China, Realme’s CMO Xu Qi shared a picture of the Realme GT’s (RMX2202) AnTuTu list. As a result, the phone scored 770,221 points. A high score attracted internet and media attention.

At around 11:40 a.m. (local time), AnTuTu then shared a picture of the benchmark tests that were carried out on the smartphone. This scored 688,602 points, revealing specs like a refresh rate of 120 Hz, 12 GB LPDDR5 RAM, 256 GB UFS 3.1 storage, Android 11 and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset.

AnTuTu claims that it was only possible to test a model with a score below 700K and was confused about how Realme managed to post 770,221 points as the official score. Since there was a good difference between the two results from AnTuTu, Realme came to give the answer. The company replied that AnTuTu may have used an early technical prototype of the Realme GT to get a score of 688,000. The benchmarking platform announced that it will run real tests on the Realme GT as soon as it hits the market.

About two hours later, Xu Qi shared another picture from the Realme GT’s AnTuTu list. This time the equipment scored 767,137 points. He said that this score was achieved with the phone at room temperature. He added that for reasons of confidentiality, he will no longer disclose.

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The Realme GT was expected to be official and support 125W fast charging. However, the RMC2202 3C certification indicated that it can come with a 65W fast charger.

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