There’s a new mid-range flagship smartphone on the block, one we’ve been hearing about for a while. The Realme GT is the first of a new line from up-and-coming phone brand Realme, and it looks like a big rival to the OnePlus Nord.
Announced in China, and likely also coming to other countries around the world in the future, this seems to be a pretty affordable phone, so when it gets a wider launch we’ll be sure to test it and compare it with its rivals.
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