The official launch of the Realme GT2 series is just a few months away from now; however, ahead of its launch, Realme has warmed up the GT2 Pro; the vice president of Realme posted a teaser that shows that the Realme GT 2 Pro will feature a robust and efficient cooling system to run ultra graphics games smoothly in the machine.
Moreover, this teaser turns up extra special as it indicates a limited edition in collaboration with Dragon Ball Z. Realme also stated the launch date of the GT2 series in the poster, with the words “The First World Budokai,” The super Saiyan eyes on the picture influenced people to travel back to the time when they waited ferociously in front of the TV to see the drama every day. Howbeit, Realme hasn’t revealed any details regarding this machine or exhibited its outlook, the majority as if now we don’t know what the Dragon Ball Z GT2 Pro Special Edition will look like. Still, it would unequivocally be the best once after its release, that we can assure completely.
Recently, Realme announced that it would organize a new product launch event on January 4; the company plans to launch its GT2 series equipped with powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
Meanwhile, the Realme GT2 series has already been receiving overwhelming responses from the tech industry even months before the release; the surprise Thunderbolt Dragon Ball Z collab adds much hype to the Realme new series. There are some things which are updated and people update it with each other, it is none other than anime, from Children’s to adults everybody loves anime especially Chinese and Japanese people attachment to anime would never wear off, peculiarly for those unaware.
Dragon Ball Z is a much popular Anime series around the globe, made its debut in 1989 and ran till 2003, it’s been nearly 20 years since the last episode of the anime aired on television. Still, the craze for anime has not stopped, but more people are joining the team. Dragon Ball Z anime has sowed the first seed for anime to become a global phenomenon; most importantly Dragon Ball series was one of the first anime that was successful in the west. Perhaps, this could be the first anime for many, which further adds up the recipe of nostalgia to the forthcoming Realme GT2 Pro Dragon Ball Z Special Edition.
Let’s move on to the smartphone specifications. The GT2 Pro is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. The processor is paired with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage. It features a 6.7-inch display with Quad HD+ resolution, 120Hz high refresh rate; it supports a built-in screen fingerprint sensor, the phone mounted with a triple camera construction on the back cover with a 50 MP + 50 MP + 2-megapixel sensor. In contrast, the selfie camera features a 32MP to snap beautiful portraits.
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