Chinese smartphone giant Realme has taken to Twitter via Madhav Sheth’s official handle to confirm that it is indeed going to launch a new colour variant of its Realme GT Master Edition, with the company introducing a new Daybreak Blue hue in India.
This new variant is set to go on sale starting December 1 in India, joining three other hues on offer in Realme’s GT Master Edition offering, namely Cosmos Black, Luna White and Voyager Grey.
Pricing for this new Blue variant is the same as the other three colour options, with three storage variants on offer with this special edition hue. Here’s everything you need to know about the device.
Here’s Everything You Need to Know About the Realme GT Master Edition, Now in Daybreak Blue!
The Realme GT Master Edition is set to receive a fourth colour option, in the form of the Daybreak Blue hue, which is set to go on sale starting December 1 in India.
Pricing-wise, the device starts at Rs 25,999 for the base variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Moving up the order, there is a version with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage available for Rs 27,999, with the top-spec 8GB+256GB variant retailing for Rs 29,999.
The other three hues, which as mentioned earlier are Voyager Grey, Luna White and Cosmos Black can also be purchased for the same price and in the same specifications.
What Does the Device Have to Offer?
In terms of specifications, the Realme GT Master Edition packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G processor under the hood. Moreover, the smartphone draws its juices from a robust 4,300mAh battery that supports 65W fast charging. The phone sports a 6.43-inch Samsung AMOLED panel that offers a 120Hz refresh rate.
For optics, the GT Master Edition houses a 64MP main camera and a 32MP front shooter for selfies. Also, the phone runs Android 11 out of the box. In other Realme news, if rumours making the rounds online prove to be true, the Realme 9i smartphone will launch globally early next year.
Moreover, the upcoming Realme number series smartphone dubbed, the Realme 9 series could be right around the corner. Regrettably, Realme fans will have to wait with bated breath until next year to get their hands on the Realme 9 series smartphones.
Realme attributes the delayed launch to the current chip shortage crisis. Fresh information from ThePixel suggests that the phone will launch early next year.