realme GT5 Pro: SD8 Gen3, triple cam, 16GB RAM scored 2.2M points on AnTuTu

realme GT5 Pro’s scores overtake the OnePlus 12 and a reference device on AnTuTu 10.

The first batch of recipients of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is coming out and the latest is the realme GT 5 Pro. This upcoming flagship smartphone sports the said processor and three cameras at the back.

But the latest report revealed that the handset scored a staggering 2.2 million points on the popular benchmark AnTuTu (version 10). realme GT5 Pro scored 529,065 on CPU, 914,327 on GPU, 440,192 on RAM, and 346,112 on UX. 

Those numbers total to 2,229,696 to be precise, slightly beating the OnePlus 12’s 2,110,808 score and the reference SD8 Gen3 device’s 2,139,281. This may suggest that realme optimized the hardware and software of its newest smartphone.

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realme GT5 Pro, as per report, also appeared on TENAA listing where some of its specifications are as follows:

  • 6.78 inches screen size
  • 1264 x 2780 display resolution
  • AMOLED screen
  • Up to 16GB of RAM
  • Up to 1TB of internal storage
  • Triple-rear camera setup
  • Single-selfie camera setup

That same report suggested as well that realme GT5 Pro’s base CPU clock speed is 3.3GHz, the same speed of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. The triple camera allegedly features Sony’s new IMX966 camera as the main shooter, joined by another Sony lens, the IMX890, as a telephoto sensor.

The release date and price of realme GT5 Pro are yet to be confirmed. In the meantime, check out our specs of realme GT5 Pro below.

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