Realme dares to use sub-display cameras and should try that in the next flagship. So new pictures of the Realme GT 2 Pro have appeared, which come along without a punch-hole or water-drop notch. But is the technology mature enough to convince in the new Realme flagship?
- GT 2 Pro appeared in pictures – apparently with a sub-display camera
- Technology has so far not really convinced in other smartphones
- The brand is expected to reveal more about the smartphone on December 9th
The Realme GT 2 Pro will be one of the smartphones to watch out for in 2022. It is announced as the first real premium flagship from the Chinese manufacturer and is said to be characterized above all by its design. This should be a mixture of the Oppo Find X3 Pro and the Pixel 6 from Google. While the images published so far only showed the back, it is Gizmochina now managed to get their hands on a photo of the front of the smartphone.
As you can see in the picture below, it is noticeable that the screen bezels on the sides and on top of the smartphone are quite thin. Above all, we don’t see any recess for a selfie camera.
In fact, the Realme GT 2 Pro is said to have a selfie camera under the screen. According to the sources of Gizmochina the smartphone will be available in two versions, at least one of which should have a sub-display camera. So it would be the first Realme smartphone to use this technology.
Previous attempts were rather unconvincing
A technology that you could already see at ZTE with the Axon 20 or the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. The tech press was not 100 percent convinced. However, the selfie camera under the Chinese manufacturer’s screen seems to be better implemented. No evidence of the presence of the camera can be seen from the angle shown. There is also no noticeable difference in pixel density as in the Samsung foldable. It remains to be seen how this will work out in real use.
The Chinese magazine also reported that the Realme GT 2 Pro will have an HDR-compatible 2K screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. For this purpose, it should be equipped with video motion enhancement technology or MEMC. As a multimedia smartphone, the Realme GT 2 Pro seems to be really interesting!
How do you feel about sub-display cameras? An exciting trend or just a pointless technology? Let us know in the comments!