LAHORE: Chinese smartphone manufacturer, realme, has announced it will be one of the first company to launch a smartphone, named as GT 2 Pro, powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Mobile Platform.
At the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit Digital 2021, realme, the world’s fastest-growing smartphone brand, announced its plans to launch the flagship GT 2 Pro which is the first Pro product of GT series and the most premium flagship of the company.
While talking virtually to the summit, realme Vice President Chase xu said that Qualcomm Technologies has always been one of the realme’s most important collaborators. The company has already started developing GT 2 Pro a few months ago, and will deliver a real high-end flagship product that will exceed the expectations of young users around the world.
In a press release, realme said that the company has worked closely with Qualcomm Technologies since its inception to bring dozens of high-quality, powerful smartphones to consumers around the world from the 4G era to the 5G era.
In 2021, realme was one of the first manufacturers to use Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and 870G 5G Mobile Platforms. realme GT Master Edition Explorer 5G with Snapdragon 870 and realme GT with Snapdragon 888 has been widely recognized by the markets around the world, it added.
With powerful performance and top 5G capabilities, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Mobile Platform, has expanded new possibilities for the development of realme’s new flagship GT 2 Pro, especially in terms of gaming, AI capability and 5G, pushing user experience to a new level and becoming the powerful engine for realme’s first premium flagship. realme will work with Qualcomm Technologies to bring new premium performance experience to young users around the world.
Established by Sky Li in 2018 and driven by its “Dare to Leap” spirit, realme has become world’s 6th largest smartphone brand and one of the top five smartphone players in 22 markets globally in just three years.
As of Q2, 2021, realme has entered 61 markets worldwide, including China and Southeast Asia, South Asia, Europe, Russia, Australia, the Middle East, Latin America, and Africa, and has a global user base of over 100 million.