Realme GT 5 Pro with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, 16GB RAM, 100W fast charging launched in China: price, specification



  • Realme GT 5 Pro price in China starts from CNY 3,399 (Rs 39,800 approx).
  • It comes with up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.
  • The smartphone also offers 100W wired charging and 50W wireless charging.
  • Realme GT 5 Pro price and specifications were officially announced in China on Thursday. It is the brand’s newest flagship phone and it is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. Other key features include up to 24GB of RAM, 4,500 nits peak brightness, 100W fast charging and the 50MP Sony LYT-T808 sensor. Based on these features, the Realme GT 5 Pro closely competes with the OnePlus 12 that launched earlier this week.

·        Realme GT 5 Pro price, availability details

  • Realme GT 5 Pro starts at CNY 3,399 (Rs 39,800 approx) for the base model with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. It comes in two more variants of 16GB + 512GB and 16GB + 1TB priced at CNY 3,999 (Rs 46,800 approx) and CNY 4,299 (Rs 50,400 approx), respectively.
  • The smartphone comes in three colour options of Red Rock (orange), Starry Night (black) and Bright Moon (white). The Orange and White variants have a leather finish on the back, while the Black one comes in a matte finish.

Realme GT 5 Pro specifications, features

  • Display:Realme GT 5 Pro features a 6.78-inch 1.5K curved AMOLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate, 4500 nits of peak brightness, and 2160Hz PWM dimming. It’s an 8T LTPO panel with Pro-XDR support.
  • Processor:The smartphone is powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset paired Adreno 750 GPU.
  • RAM and storage:Realme GT 5 Pro comes with up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage.
  • Rear cameras:It houses a 50MP Sony LYT-T808 sensor with OIS, a 50MP Sony IMX890 periscope telephoto sensor with OIS+EIS, and an 8MP OmniVision OV0810 ultra-wide angle lens.
  • Front camera:The smartphone has a 32MP front sensor for selfies.
  • Battery, charging:The new Realme flagship packs a 5,400mAh battery with 100W fast charging, and 50W wireless charging support.
  • Software:On the software front, Realme GT 5 Pro runs Android 14-based Realme UI 5.0.
  • Other features:The smartphone also comes with IP64 rating, 3VC iceberg cooling system, NFC, Dolby Atmos, an under-display fingerprint sensor, and Hi-Res audio.

Key Specs

realme GT 5 Pro
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 | 12 GBProcessor
6.78 inches (17.22 cm)Display
50 MP + 8 MP + 50 MPRear camera
32 MPSelfie camera
5400 mAhBattery
  • The Realme GT 5 Pro features a telephoto lens equipped with IMX890 low-light periscope.
  • The IMX890 can capture shots comparable to those taken with SLR cameras.
  • The Realme GT 5 Pro will run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset.

Smartphone brand Realme is gearing up to launch the GT 5 Pro in China on December 7th, and as part of the pre-launch details, the company has shared insights into the upcoming smartphone. The latest reveal focuses on notable advancements in the camera samples and technology of the Realme GT 5 Pro.


The upcoming phone features a main camera with Sony’s Lytia LYT808 sensor and a telephoto lens equipped with IMX890 low-light periscope, promising high-quality pictures. Realme highlights the integration of cutting-edge hardware and advanced algorithms, including its proprietary ultra-light shadow engine and Arcsoft’s customised portrait algorithm.

Realme GT 5 Pro camera samples, details

  • Realme shared that it has teamed up with Chinese filmmaker Lu Chuan to share camera samples using the IMX890 low-light periscope sensor.
  • The periscope telephoto lens in the upcoming Realme GT5 Pro is noted for its improved light sensitivity compared to other smartphones.
  • The camera can provide high-quality images at common focal lengths, offering 3x optical zoom and 6x lossless zoom.
  • As per reports, the lens maintains clarity even at extreme zoom levels, reaching up to 120x.
  • Realme asserts that the IMX890 can capture portrait shots comparable to those taken with SLR cameras.
  • The partnership seeks to incorporate emotion and narrative into images, going beyond mere visual depiction.

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