The Realme Race has been teased for a while by the Chinese smartphone maker, and the company has now confirmed that this handset will instead be called the Realme GT 5G and that it’s being announced on March 4.
Realme has confirmed the phone will launch in China next month, and we’re then expecting to hear details of a worldwide release after that. Previously, Realme phones have been available in the UK so we may see it there.
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