Realme GT2 Pro Price in Bangladesh 2022
Released Date: 2022, January 08
OS: 12, Realme UI 3.0
Camera: 50MP 4320p
Display: 6.7" 1080x2400 pixels
Storage: 128/256/512 GB UFS 3.1
Battery: 5000mAh Li-Po
Processor: Snapdragon 8 Gen1
Specifications and Price in Bangladesh
Price in Bangladesh
|Unofficial Price||55,000 TK|
|Announced||2022, January 04|
|Released Date||Released 2022, January 08|
|Technology||GSM / CDMA / HSPA / EVDO / LTE / 5G|
|2G bands||GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2 CDMA 800|
|3G bands||HSDPA 800 / 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100 CDMA2000 1xEV-DO|
|4G bands||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 66 - International 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 66 - China, India|
|5G bands||1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20, 28, 38, 40, 41, 66, 77, 78 SA/NSA|
|Speed||HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A, 5G|
|Dimensions||163.2 x 74.7 x 8.2 mm (6.43 x 2.94 x 0.32 in)|
|Weight||189 / 199 g (depending on color) (6.67 oz)|
|SIM||Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)|
|Type||LTPO AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 1B colors|
|Size||6.7 inches, 91.2 cm2 (~74.8% screen-to-body ratio)|
|Resolution||1440 x 3216 pixels (~509 ppi density)|
|Protection||Corning Gorilla Glass Victus|
120Hz, HDR10+, 500 nits (typ), 800 nits (HBM), 1400 nits (peak)
|WLAN||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/6, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot|
|Bluetooth||5.2, A2DP, LE, aptX HD|
|GPS||Yes, with dual-band A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS|
|USB||USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go|
|Internal||128/256/512 GB UFS 3.1|
|OS||Android 12, Realme UI 3.0|
|Chipset||Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen1 (4 nm)|
|CPU||Octa-core (1x3.00 GHz Cortex-X2 & 3x2.50 GHz Cortex-A710 & 4x1.80 GHz Cortex-A510)|
50 MP, f/1.8, 24mm (wide), 1/1.56", 1.0µm, omnidirectional PDAF, OIS
50 MP, f/2.2, 15mm, 150˚ (ultrawide)
3 MP, f/3.0, (microscope), AF, 40x magnification
|Secondary camera||32 MP, f/2.5, 26mm (wide), 1/2.74", 0.8µm|
Dual-LED dual-tone flash, HDR, panorama
8K, [email protected]/60fps, [email protected]/60/240fps, gyro-EIS
|Alert types||Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones|
|Loudspeaker||Yes, with stereo speakers|
|Sensors||Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, color spectrum|
|Messaging||SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM|
|Battery type||Non-removable Li-Po|
|Battery capacity||5000 mAh|
|Charging||Fast charging 65W, 100% in 33 min (advertised)|
|Color||Paper White, Paper Green, Steel Black, Titanium Blue|
Realme GT2 Pro Full Details and Review
Realme aims to offer a young audience premium smartphones with an original design and a reasonable price. If the Realme GT2 Pro undoubtedly ticks the first two boxes, its price (from 55,000 TK) makes it a product that one does not buy on a whim. On paper, its technical characteristics and equipment are enough to reassure a potential buyer: a high-end screen, the latest generation processor, and ultra-fast charging do not leave anyone indifferent. But what is it in reality? To find out, we used it for a little over two months, and we delivered a complete test here.
Attractive Design of Realme GT2 Pro
One thing is certain: Realme deploys treasures of creativity to offer products with original designs. Witness the recent 9 Pro Plus, changing color after exposure to the sun, or the very surprising GT Master, whose rear face strangely resembled a suitcase shell (in certain versions). However, sometimes this creative audacity leads to much less convincing products, as was the case with the Realme 8. To design the Realme GT2 Pro, Realme once again called on Naoto Fukasawa, a Japanese industrial designer who was entrusted with the look of the GT Masters, as well as the chemist SABIC. The second concocted a bio-based polymer that the first finely chiseled to recall the appearance and texture of a sheet of paper.
The result is, in our opinion, a real success: the Realme GT 2 Pro is unlike any other smartphone on the market today. if we accept the “very short” Realme GT2, which we will tell you about a little later. For the rest, Realme remains on familiar ground. The back camera takes the form of a now-classic domino, for once not very prominent; the chassis is made of good quality machined aluminum, the sides of which house a USB-C port and the traditional mechanical keys.
The front face, protected by a sheet of Gorilla Victus glass from Corning, obviously accommodates the 6.7-inch screen, whose thin black borders are barely noticeable. In a very classic way, a punch housed in the upper left corner houses the front camera while the fingerprint reader takes place under the slab. Of optical technology, we consider it reliable and fast.
Realme is kind enough to provide a shell for the Realme GT2 Pro. Made of gray plastic and also bearing the signature of Naoto Fukasawa, it effectively protects the device, but hides its rear face. It is too bad, however, that the smartphone does not benefit from any IPX certification, the manufacturer contenting itself with affirming that its Realme GT2 Pro is resistant to splashes, without guarantee.
Among The Best Display of Realme GT2 Pro
The Realme GT2 Pro screen is made of an original Samsung AMOLED LPTO 2.0 panel. It measures 6.7″ diagonally and covers 89% of the front face. It displays a resolution of 1440 x 3216 pixels in a 20:9 aspect ratio (density of 526 ppi). In terms of technical specifications, it is worthy of the top-of-the-range: variable refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, reproduction of more than a billion colors, and HDR 10+ compliance answer the call. Nothing to complain about either in terms of brightness, announced at 500 nits nominal, 800 nits in high brightness, and 1400 nits peak (especially in local HDR).
A detail that is important, the slab has straight edges and does not flow like the high-end products of the competition. This might offend some people, but we are not. By not overflowing the sides of the device, the panel is indeed protected from accidental touch pressure that can occur when holding the smartphone between two fingers (especially when taking photos in landscape format).
With such characteristics, we expected an excellent quality display… and we were right. The default settings boost the colors a little too much for our taste in order to make them more flattering to the eye. To remedy this, we recommend selecting the “natural” mode in the settings instead. The colorimetric rendering then borders on perfection, both in still images and in the video.
According to your tastes, it will be possible to activate the “bright HDR” video mode to increase the brightness when playing HDR sequences (but at the risk of draining the battery a little faster). The O1 Vision display engine, inaugurated almost three years ago by Oppo (Realme’s sister company), improves low-definition moving images.
The technology acts on color management, sharpness, and kinematics of the image with great AI blows. Disabled by default, O1 Vision can be useful if you regularly watch SD sequences. By choosing an AMOLED LPTO 2.0 panel and implementing a set of premium technology, Realme gives the Realme GT2 Pro an excellent display that has nothing to envy competing smartphones marketed as two to three times more expensive.
Unsurprisingly Audio Test of Realme GT2 Pro
We are not going to overdo it on the audio aspect. Why? Quite simply, because there is not really material for it. The Realme GT2 Pro has two speakers: one takes place on the underside, and the other also acts as an earpiece. The sound they produce is clear and rather pleasant, as long as you are not too careful about the presence of bass.
These are indeed under-represented, which is hardly surprising given the thinness of the smartphone (and therefore the smallness of the soundbox). On the other hand, the mids are clear and the high frequencies are audible, while the spatialization of the stereophonic scene is not extraordinary. Listening to a podcast, a telephone conversation, or an audiobook is pleasant, the frequencies of the human voice being in the medium. At a pinch, we can listen to music or even watch a series without real suffering, which is already not so bad.
Since the Realme GT2 Pro does not have an audio jack, you will need to go through a USB-C adapter or a Bluetooth connection to use it with headphones or earphones. We will preferably choose a Dolby Atmos compatible device, especially to watch a film: the sound then takes on another dimension.
High-end Performance Test of Realme GT2 Pro
Positioned at the top of the range at Realme, the Realme GT2 Pro is built around the Snapdragon 8 Gen1, Qualcomm’s flagship SoC in 2022. It is accompanied by the Adreno 730 graphics chip, 12 GB of RAM, and 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage, not stretchable.
This quality hardware suggests very good raw performance, which we were able to verify with our traditional tests. The Realme GT2 Pro obtains a score of 958,395 points in the Antutu benchmark, which evaluates the overall capacity of a smartphone. Geekbench 5 credits it with 3,518 points in multi-core mode (1,218 in single-core). Finally, 3D Mark Mobile Wild Life gives it a modest score of 9,501 points. So it’s a fact, that the Realme GT2 Pro is a beast of a race in terms of computing power.
No matter what kinds of tasks we throw at it, the Realme GT2 Pro pulls them off with flying colors. The most resource-intensive applications run smoothly. The most demanding 3D games run smoothly at maximum framerate with a high level of detail. In any case, this is what we have seen with the trio of Call of Duty Mobile, Geshin Impact, and PUBG.
No problem either when it comes to juggling between applications, multitasking, and taking advantage of the processor power and the 12 GB of working memory. Admittedly, the Realme GT2 Pro heats up when pushed to its limits, but less than we might have feared. This pleasant surprise is explained by the care given to the cooling mechanism, which is based on a stainless steel steam chamber and thermal paste incorporating diamond powder (just that).
Realme GT2 Pro: Software and User Interface (UI)
The Realme GT2 Pro is equipped with Android 12 and the in-house realmeUI 3.0 overlay. Twin sister of ColorOS (used by Oppo and OnePlus in some countries), it only really differs in name, and we have already presented this interface to you, which is becoming more efficient over the versions. The main strength of RealmeUI 3.0 is that it offers a clean interface. In this, it does not really differ from that of Android Stock but has a good idea to fill most of the functional gaps. For example, you can customize the interface in seconds thanks to the countless icon packs available on the Play Store, create folders, and opt for a “drawer” or classic presentation.
The added functions are particularly interesting. The “Game Center” will satisfy gamers by blocking certain types of notifications. For example; the sidebar provides quick access to the most frequently used applications, and we can also activate the quick launch, which displays a customizable selection when unlocked by fingerprint. We particularly appreciated some “serious” functions provided by Realme. Among them, is the simplified management of multitasking and multi-windowing, which some competitors would do well to learn from.
system cloning, which allows the creation of a completely separate software environment. We can discreetly entrust him with his professional (or personal) applications and data so that they do not appear on the interface visible by default. Finally, the “Realme Labs” section offers versions in the development of upcoming features. Hidden in the heart of the preferences, there is, at the time of writing this test, a measurement of the heart rate using the fingerprint reader as well as a “sleep capsule” which prohibits the use of certain applications during time slots to be defined.
More original and quite well-known, the “dual-mode music sharing” function allows the simultaneous use of Bluetooth and wired headphones. It’s useful if you want to share your music with a friend (and you have a USB-C to audio jack adapter). As you will have understood, we fell in love with realmeUI 3.0. This well-thought-out overlay has evolved intelligently to become one of (if not the) most efficient on the market! In our view, it represents one of the major advantages of Realme smartphones.
Good Battery Life and Fast Charging Of Realme GT2 Pro
The Realme GT2 Pro has two 2,500 mAh batteries, giving it a total power capacity of 5,000 mAh. This duality is required by the SuperDart 65-watt ultra-fast charging technology (the two batteries are charged in parallel). According to the manufacturer, it allows the passage from 0 to 100% in 33 minutes. To do this, you must use the power adapter and cable supplied with the smartphone.
This is not the first time—far from it—that Realme has implemented SuperDart technology. This is not the first time, either, that we have noticed that the promised speed is indeed there. In our tests, it took us between 32 and 34 minutes to fully perk up the battery of our Realme GT2 Pro. We can Only appreciate this performance, which almost makes us forget the absence of induction charging.
The autonomy of the Realme GT2 Pro is good, but not extraordinary. This is hardly surprising, as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC and the AMOLED screen (even if it is of the LPTO 2.0 type) are very energy-consuming. In reasoned use, you can get almost a day and a half of use, or even two days by deactivating some secondary functions (Bluetooth, 5G, always-on display, etc.). In geek mode (3D games, video streaming, frequent photo, and video shoots), we exceed the day of autonomy. Very correct, therefore, but not yet the best.
Well-Done Photo & Video of Realme GT2 Pro
The rear camera of the Realme GT2 Pro consists of three modules:
Main: 50 Mp Sony IMX 766 sensor (1/1.56” — 1 μm photosites); 24mm f/1.8 lens,
Ultra wide-angle: 50 Mp sensor (1/2, 76 “- 0.64 μm photosites); 15mm f/2.2 lens,
Microscope: 3 Mp sensor; 20mm f/3.3 lens; maximum magnification factor: 40x.
At the front, the camera only has a single module consisting of a 32 Mp sensor (1/2, 74″ – 0.8 μm photosites) and a 21 mm f/2 lens, 4.
No surprises with Realme’s shooting interface, which is as simple and intuitive to use as ever. It offers everything you would expect in photographic terms, even if we are a little unsatisfied with the “street” mode, which we don’t really see the point of. In terms of gadgets, we also find the nice fish-eye effect, which produces funny images, the “3D photo”, which highlights the main subject of the scene, or the 50 Mp mode, which does not bring much more in terms of finesse.
In bright light, the photos produced by the Realme GT2 Pro are of very good quality as long as you do not exceed the 2x zoom. Of course, there is a small loss of detail in the corners of the scene in ultra-wide-angle, but nothing dramatic. The colorimetry is quite well balanced (as long as we limit the use of AI outdoors in direct sunlight) and we appreciate the speed of the autofocus.
The image remains quite usable at 5x zoom, provided you do not enlarge it too much. You have to have the faith of the coalman to venture beyond, the result losing a lot of detail to become blurry at 20x. We appreciated the quality of the images produced in low or very low light. The details are present, and the digital noise, necessarily visible, is still quite discrete. Dual optical and digital stabilization greatly reduces the risk of motion blur when shooting. However, care should be taken to set the camera properly for night shots, as the exposure time can reach a few seconds.
The “starry night” mode allows you to shoot images of the Milky Way if you have a clear night sky and an absence of light pollution. Realme has also chosen to implement a microscope module. It is accompanied by two LEDs, providing illumination of the subject to be photographed. It is fun, but a little tedious to use (the absence of autofocus does not facilitate obtaining a pleasant result). It acts as a nice gadget that we will probably use once or twice before forgetting it. In our opinion, it would have been wiser to replace it with a telephoto lens.
The Realme GT2 Pro also takes good portraits of a simple scene, though it is more difficult if it is a little complex. Overall, the images are perfectly usable, even if a somewhat attentive examination quickly highlights the artificial aspect of the effect. It should also be noted that it is impossible to modify the intensity of the background blur after shooting, as most competitors offer. Shame.
A final word on the video. The Realme GT2 Pro can capture 8K sequences at 24 frames per second at a maximum, provided that it ignores image stabilization. This possibility is, in our opinion, closer to the marketing argument than anything else, with 8K compatible hardware being rather rare in 2022. The result benefits from proper stabilization. 4K recording goes up to 60 frames per second at a maximum. The result is convincing in ultra-wide-angle, as with the main module, including when the light drops.
Realme GT2 Pro: The Opinion of MobileShopsBD
The Realme GT2 Pro is undoubtedly a convincing smartphone, with successful design and finishes, excellent computing power, a very pleasant screen, and decent battery life. Add to that a very fast charging technology as well as good performance in photography, and you will understand our enthusiasm at the end of this test!
Of course, everything is not perfect: it lacks an IPX certification as well as induction charging. We would also have liked the Realme GT2 Pro to be a bit cheaper than its starting 55,000 TK, even if the competition often pushes the bill higher.