Realme GT Master Edition Price in Bangladesh 2022
Released Date: 2021, July 30
OS: Android 11, Realme UI 2.0
Camera: 64MP 2160p
Display: 6.43" 1080x2400 pixels
Storage: 128/256 GB
Battery: 4300mAh Li-Po
Processor: Snapdragon 778G 5G
Specifications and Price in Bangladesh
Price in Bangladesh
(8GB+128GB) = 31,990 Taka
(8GB+128GB) = 31,000 Taka
(8GB+256GB) = 38,000 Taka
|Announced||2021, July 21|
|Released Date||2021, July 30|
|Technology||GSM / CDMA / HSPA / EVDO / LTE / 5G|
|2G bands||GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2 CDMA 800 & TD-SCDMA|
|3G bands||HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100 CDMA2000 1xEV-DO|
|4G bands||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41|
|5G bands||1, 41, 78, 79 SA/NSA|
|Speed||HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A, 5G (1.9 Gbps DL)|
|Dimensions||159.2 mm x 73.5 mm x 8.0/8.7 mm (depending on color)|
|Weight||174/178 g (depending on color) (6.14 oz)|
|SIM||Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)|
|Type||Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors|
|Size||6.43 inches, 99.8 cm2 (~85.3% screen-to-body ratio)|
|Resolution||1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~409 ppi density)|
120Hz, HDR10+, 1100 nits (peak)
|WLAN||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot|
|Bluetooth||5.0, A2DP, LE|
|GPS||Yes, with dual-band A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO|
|USB||USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go|
|Internal||128/256 GB UFS|
|OS||Android 11, Realme UI 2.0|
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G (6 nm)|
|CPU||Octa-core (1x2.4 GHz Kryo 670 Prime & 3x2.2 GHz Kryo 670 Gold & 4x1.9 GHz Kryo 670 Silver)|
64 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide), 1/1.73&amp;amp;quot;, 0.8µm, PDAF
8 MP, f/2.3, 16mm, 119˚ (ultrawide), 1/4.0&amp;amp;quot;, 1.12µm
2 MP, f/2.4, (macro)
|Secondary camera||32 MP, f/2.5, 26mm (wide), 1/2.74", 0.8µm|
LED flash, HDR, panorama
[email protected]/60fps, [email protected]/60/240fps, gyro-EIS
|Alert types||Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones|
|Sensors||Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass|
|Messaging||SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM|
|Battery type||Non-removable Li-Po|
|Battery capacity||4300 mAh|
|Charging||Fast charging 65W, 100% in 33 min (advertised)|
|Color||Gray, White, Aurora|
Realme GT Master Edition Full Details and Review:
With the Realme GT, the new maker was able to boast of launching the cheapest smartphone with the Snapdragon 888 in the middle of the year. Now follow Realme and present the Realme GT Master Edition. It is not clear to us what Realme wants to express with the nickname “Master.” Contrary to what one might expect, the “master version” is actually a light version: the case is now made entirely of plastic and the processor is slow. But it does come with a 120Hz AMOLED display, an extraordinarily fast loading time, and an almost identical camera setup.
In the following test, you will find out if the Realme GT Master Edition can master the middle class. So we will also look at the toughest competitors, the OnePlus Nord 2, Poco F3, and Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G.
Design and Processing of Realme Realme GT Master Edition
The Realme GT had the common feature of being a “flagship killer” with a glass back and a plastic frame. In contrast to the stylish nickname, the Realme GT Master Edition is a little more modest: the housing is made entirely of plastic. However, it’s nice that Realme uses a matte surface for three color versions (gray, white, and black). It prevents fingerprints and scratches and provides a good grip on the hand. If you value a really good grip and want “vegan leather” (synthetic leather) instead of plastic, you should go for the gray version (with the perforated hard case look).
The dimensions of the smartphone are 159.2 mm x 73.5 mm x 8 mm and it weighs 176 grams. The Realme GT Master Edition is as big and heavy as the Realme GT and OnePlus Nord 2. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G is the only 16-gram lighter. Overall, it’s still a reasonably compact smartphone that can be used with one hand when needed. Putting buttons on Realme is a bit unusual. The volume controls are on the left, and the power button is on the right. But after a few hours, you get used to the placement and get along well with it. It can be used to unlock a fingerprint sensor on the display. The speed and accuracy of unlocking are extremely high. Here, Realme does not fool anyone within this price range. Alternatively, Face-Unlock is, of course, available through the front camera. A USB Type-C port with 2.0 standards can be used for charging or data connection. There is an endangered headphone jack for those who enjoy listening to music via cable. However, the SIM slot reveals a small frustration at a glance. Two SIM cards can be inserted, but there is no space for a microSD for memory expansion.
The design of the smartphone is otherwise quite vague. The bezels are average, and the front camera is mounted in a punch-hole groove on the left. There is no Gorilla and no IP certification. Glass ads However, the display glass withstands a scratch test with a screwdriver without damage-no need to worry. The rear camera is less than a millimeter away from the case. So the smartphone is relatively slightly slippery on the surfaces and flushed on the protective cover. True masters do not pay much attention to an external things-the smartphone have a vague design, but otherwise, it is stable and well-made. Anyone looking for a more stylish smartphone should check out the OnePlus Nord 2 or the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G. But the Realme GT Master Edition had nothing to complain about: no-frills housing.
Realme GT Master Edition Delivery Opportunity.
The Realme GT Master Edition comes with a 65-watt power adapter, a USB-A to USB-C cable, and a gray protective case. A screen protector is also attached to the display.
The Super AMOLED Display of the Realme GT Master Edition
The Realme GT must live up to its name in terms of display. It uses a 6.43-inch AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and a flat display edge. The resolution is 2400 x 1080 pixels and thus achieves a high pixel density of 410 pixels per inch in 20:9 format. In the end, it’s probably the same panel that was used on the standard Realme GT. It is backed by an equally high brightness of 1040 lux, which makes it possible to use it outdoors without any problems. HDR content comes on its own thanks to the powerful brightness. There is also Widevine L1 certification for HD quality Netflix and Display +. Amazon Prime Video can also be used in full resolution.
The color display can be set to three different modes. You can choose from the “Vivid” mode, which is based on the P3 color space and offers slightly more bright red and green. There is also an sRGB mode called “Mild”, which provides more neutral colors, and finally “Brilliant”, with a particularly vibrant AMOLED color. A subtle calibration of the color temperature is also possible. Of course, there is a reading mode and a dark mode with less blue radiation. The dark mode can be set to three different levels of light gray, gray, and black in the background, although the gray layers must be suboptimal to conserve battery power. For sensitive users, there is an anti-flicker mode (DC dimming). It is hidden in the Realme Lab.
With a 120Hz display, the Realme GT offers twice the refresh rate of a typical 60Hz panel. As a result, the content looks very fluid and the fun of using it increases. 120Hz mode is always “smart” and drops to 60Hz when it is no longer needed. This applies, for example, to video playback on Netflix or the entire YouTube app. On the other hand, in social media feeds and Google Chrome, you benefit from a higher Hertz number, and the display stays at 120Hz for a long time until a touch is registered. Overall, the automatic switch works fine. A notification is not available on LED and Realme GT Master. However, there is an always-on function available.
which can be activated permanently or limited to a certain time of day. The layout of the AOD can be adapted in a variety of ways and gives the user almost unlimited possibilities. For example, you can display your own pictures or design your own pattern.
The Good Performance of Realme GT Master Edition
In terms of performance, the master version of the Realme GT has a much weaker chip than the standard version, Snapdragon 888. A Snapdragon 778G has been used. The octa-core processor is a brand new SoC using a 6-nanometer process, with 8 cores in each of the following clusters: 1x ARM Cortex-A78 @ 2.4 GHz prime core 3x ARM Cortex-A78 @ 2.2 GHz performance cluster 4x ARM Cortex-A55 @ 1.9 The energy-efficient cluster also has an Adreno 642L graphics processor and, of course, a 5G modem. Compared to the competition, the chip performs as follows:
The Realme GT Master Edition averages both CPU-centric Geekbench benchmarks and 3DMark graphics benchmarks. It is faster than the OnePlus Nord CE, the Redmi Note 10 Pro, and the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 4G. However, it has been overtaken by the Realme GT in standard versions of the OnePlus Nord 2, Poco F3, and more. This will tie the score with the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G, which we, unfortunately, did not test. The speed of the Snapdragon 778G is definitely enough for everyday use. Unless you are a speed junkie or hardcore gamer, apps open quickly and render easily in the browser or Chinahandys.net apps. More demanding games like PUBG or Fortnite still play well on the Realme GT Master. However, gamers should make better use of the Poco F3 or Realme GT since the maximum detail levels are displayed more smoothly there. Otherwise, the Realme GT Master always keeps a cool head, even under heavy loads, and there is no thermal throttling.
The Realme GT Master Edition is available with 128GB or 256GB of storage. The UFS chip speeds up to 1GB / s for reading and 840MB / s for writing. The RAM reaches 28GB/s and measures 6GB in the 128GB version and 8GB in the 256GB version. Both are enough for excessive multitasking, and there is no loss of speed even though there are many apps in the background. RAM can be expanded by 3GB via internal memory. However, we do not believe that this is in any way relevant to performance. The Master is a man of golden build-The Realme GT Master Edition provides as much performance as you need in your daily life and for the price range. However, it can’t keep up with the performance surprises like the Poco F3 or Realme GT.
Realme GT Master Edition: System
The Realme GT runs on the RealmeUI 2 user interface based on And of id 11. An Android 12 update will definand saleablelater in the year, as Realme usually does a good job here. As far as features go, Realme has done a great job over the last few years, making RealmeUI a seemingly enjoyable answers and sales system. There are a lot of configuration options in the settings menu. Icon styles, fand, font sizes, and color schemes can be adjusted, in addition to the settings for using and, of course, with or without the app drawer. There are also controls via various management syswhichs and, of course, course swipe gestures. There is also a soph-state approval and notificaOverall, the gement to Google between and, of course, a game center. Also, there is now a quick start overall, which can be used to quickly toggle and access apps more quickly with a swipe from the right. Overall, the Realme UI is a default, ul system with a successful and clean look. less sporty than MIUI and EMUI but a little more fault-prone, except for OxygenOS, and competitive in function. Advertising or spam apps are not available by default, except for WPS Office and LinkedIn.
Excellent camera Realme GT Master Edition
The Realme GT Master Edition has a camera similar to the Realme GT. However, a closer look reveals that the main camera has a slightly smaller sensor with a smaller pixel size. The selfie camera has been upgraded from 16 to 32 megapixels. Overall, the camera setup looks like this: Main Camera: 64 MP, f/1.8, 25mm, 1/2′′, 0.7m, PDAF Ultra Wide Angle: 8 MP, f/2.2, 16mm, 119, 1 / 4.0′′, ′′, 1.12 Macro: 2 MP, f/2.4, Selfie: 32 MP, f/2.5, 26mm, 1/1.74′′, ″, 0.8µm
The main camera is in daylight.
In broad daylight, the Realme GT Master Edition produces very powerful shots. “Realistic” is certainly not a feature used to describe photos. Even without AI mode, the colors look extremely strong and chic. Sometimes colors are incorrectly reproduced, such as cobblestone, which is blue. Still, the recordings overall look very lively and should definitely appeal to some users. In terms of detail, the 64-megapixel sensor delivers excellent results, and the sharpness of the images is generally optimal. However, mobility sometimes becomes stagnant in difficult light conditions, and slight image noise is observed.
Night shot of the main camera
The Realme GT Master Edition does well in low-light shots unless it’s black. Night shots benefit from the wrong color accents and, as, a result, look quite lively. However, there is no visible image noise and the details are not particularly high. This effect is even stronger when very little light is available.
Ultra-wide-angle cameras provide average results for smartphones under 30,000 taka. However, it is only in rare cases that you get shots that are aesthetically pleasing. The colors are also somewhat “over-the-top” with the UWW camera, and the HDR effect sometimes looks a bit artificial. The sharpness and detail at the edges of the image are visually reduced.
Realme GT Master does a good job of separating foreground and background and rarely makes mistakes. The color representation is also good overall, although we notice a slight red tinge. Overall, Realme is good for taking portraits.
Selfies with a 32-megapixel camera have high levels of detail and good sharpness at just the right distance. The presentation of color is also not unnatural but pleasantly strong. Slight burnout occurs only in particularly bright areas in the background. Overall, the Realme GT Master Edition makes good selfies.
Realme could do without a 2-megapixel macro camera. The recordings contain little detail, the colors are washed out, and the pictures are hard to find because of the specific focus points. The camera simply does not provide any extra value.
Realme GT Master records video up to 4K and up to 30FPS. Unlike the normal Realme GT, 4K 60 FPS is not possible. In addition, only the main camera can take Full HD 60FPS and 4K recordings. On the other hand, ultra-wide-angle and selfie cameras are limited to full-HD 30FPS. The color display in the videos is also a bit stronger. Also, 4K recordings look a bit oversharpened. However, stability works very well in all resolutions, and focus also does its job perfectly. Otherwise, we really liked the full-HD 60FPS recording. Videos from the front camera are also good quality, but unfortunately, they are not stable.
Inter-mediate conclusion camera of Realme GT Master Edition
The Realme GT Master’s camera regularly captures photos with the same strengths and weaknesses as the Realme GT. Presenting a natural color is certainly not the power of recording. But the photos can be satisfying with good sharpness and many details. In addition, a little too much color can provide good results depending on the subject. However, the performance of the main camera in the 4K recording is somewhat disappointing: here are a few details: the videos are generally worse than on the Realme GT.
Connectivity of Realme GT Master Edition
The Realme GT Master Edition offers a dual SIM slot but no space for a microSD card. The smartphone supports the new 5G standard and all network frequencies, which is important for Bangladesh.
4G： LTE FDD: Bands 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/19/20/26/28/66
4G： LTE TDD: Band 38/39/40/41 5G n1 / n3 / n5 / n7 / n8 / n20 / n28 / n77 / n40 / n41 / n78 / n38 / n66
Reception power is a power of Realme. Mobile data is always well received on the go, and the Realme GT Master Edition score here is higher than average. The telephone function serves its purpose and supports VoLTE and WLAN calls. There was no problem using the hands-free function.
In addition, the latest wireless standards are available with Bluetooth 5.2 and WiFi 6. In addition to SBC, AAC, and aptX, LDAC supports Bluetooth reception. Reception and data throughput tests on WiFi have always been satisfactory. Navigation via GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, and Galileo with very high accuracy, but without dual GPS. A directional demonstration is certainly possible thanks to the e-compass. In addition to brightness, proximity, and acceleration values, other sensors include a gyroscope and NFC. Not even an FM radio with a 3.5mm headphone jack is available, nor is an infrared transmitter. Connection values are as varied as possible and all work as expected. However, there is a downside compared to the Realme GT: instead of a dual-speaker setup featuring an ear cup and a loudspeaker, the master version has a mono loudspeaker only at the bottom. The sound is quite fine, but it does not reach particularly high volumes and could do so with a bit more alloy.
The Battery pack of Realme GT Master Edition
With a 4300mAh battery, the Realme GT Master Edition has a slightly smaller battery than the normal Realme GT. The runtime of the smartphone is still comparable to the standard version and lower midfield locations. With 200 lux, the cell phone consumes 8% of the battery while watching one hour of YouTube videos, including Full HD. 12 to 15% for gaming and socializing. media use. In our experiment, the smartphone lasted an average of two days with a display-on time of about 6 hours.
In PCMark battery testing, the Realme GT Master Edition operates for 11.5 hours at 120Hz. With 60Hz, you can get more than an hour from the battery. It also confirms our idea from practical use: you shouldn’t do it for a little more runtime without the 120Hz option. The battery life of the Realme GT Master Edition version is rather average. The Realme GT Master Edition offers a highlight with its loading speed. With the supplied 65W charger, you again get 50% battery life for less than 10 minutes. For our test, the whole charging process took 32 minutes. This is a really nice value. If you connect your cell phone to the power supply just before you leave home, you will have enough power for the whole day at any time.
The Opinions of MobileShopsBD About Realme GT Master Edition
The Realme GT Master Edition is already priced at around 31,990 takas. At this price, you get a nice overall package with the smartphone, which can set itself apart from the competition by a few points. A special power 120Hz AMOLED display and fast loading speed can be mentioned as a special power. The Realme GT Master is one of the fastest smartphones priced at less than 35,000 takas. In terms of design, though, the Realme GT Master Edition is a little more straightforward than most competitors, with a sleek glass back. Also, the omission of the MicroSD slot and stereo speakers is a bit embarrassing, and the camera is just average. The Redmi Note 10 Pro can be considered as an alternative to the Realme GT Master Edition. The Redmi has a better build and more powerful head cameras. However, it can not record stable 4K video, loads more slowly, and has low system performance. This is where personal preferences come into play. Overall, the Realme GT Master Edition is definitely one of the best smartphones under 35,000 taka.