realme GT 2 series coming with three new world’s first

realme earlier this week organized the realme GT 2 Series Special Event, and while I was expecting them to reveal the new realme GT 2 series smartphones, they decided to focus on what it would offer instead with no smartphone in sight.

As realme’s most premium flagship smartphone, the GT 2 series will come with features that realme claims to be world firsts.

This means that the features available on the coming GT 2 series will be first found on the series, and not other smartphones.

The three features are the back cover being made of bio-polymer material, a 150° ultra-wide camera, and use of realme’s Innovation Forward Communication in the series.

Having a smartphone that has a bio-polymer material means that the smartphone will be eco-friendly.

realme claims that this is one of their efforts to reduce the use of fossil raw materials which contribute to global warming.

In terms of the camera, the first ever 150°ultra-wide Camera with fisheye mode will allows the camera to capture a wider perspective in each photo.

The realme GT 2 Pro’s ultra-wide camera in particular will be able to expands the phone’s field of view by 278% compared to the main camera’s 84° field.

Last but not least, the Antenna Array Matrix System which consist of three technologies: the world’s first ultra-wide-band antenna switching technology (HyperSmart), a Wi-Fi Enhancer, and 360° near-field communication (NFC) technology, will ensure stable connectivity across the board when you are using the the GT 2 series.

As the name suggest, all three technology will allow better reception and a balanced WI-FI signal when in use.

The shape of the realme GT 2 series has not been revealed just yet, but it is said to be available in the first quarter next year.

Anyway, since realme does sell smart devices at affordable prices, it’s expected that this flagship of theirs will also sing the same tune when its finally made available.

Regardless, I’m pretty keen on the fisheye camera although I need to see if I can get one tested when it’s released next year.