- Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth confirms multiple Realme GT models will launch in India.
- The company also plans to launch more 5G Narzo phones.
- Realme phones above Rs 15,000 will come with 5G support going forward.
Realme has a lot of new phones planned for the Indian market in the coming months. We know the brand is planning to launch the Realme GT 5G in India, but that won’t be the only model in the GT series. Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed that Realme GT 5G will launch this quarter, with multiple GT products in the pipeline as well. Additionally, the Realme executive revealed that more 5G Narzo phones will also be launching. Realme has been expanding its 5G phone portfolio rapidly and the brand currently offers the most affordable 5G phones in India. Realme also plans to be among the first to launch 5G phones under Rs 10,000.
Realme GT 5G and more GT products launching in India soon
The Realme CEO promises that all phones above Rs 15,000 will be 5G phones going forward. This comes after the company had promised that all Rs 20,000 and above Realme phones will support 5G. Realme GT 5G flagship phone powered by the Snapdragon 888 is expected to launch in India this month. Additionally, we have also heard about the Realme GT camera flagship and the Realme GT Master Edition, which could be the same device or two separate phones. All of these models are expected to launch in India at some point this year.
Realme GT 5G launch date in India is yet to be revealed. The phone launched globally in June with a 120Hz AMOLED display, Snapdragon 888 chipset, 64MP triple cameras, and a 4,500mAh battery with 65W fast charging. Separately, 91mobiles exclusively revealed the Realme GT Master Edition renders, price, and specifications earlier this week. The phone will come with a 120Hz sAMOLED display, Snapdragon 778 or 870 5G SoC, 64MP triple cameras, and 65W fast charging. The Master Edition phone will be priced starting from EUR 399 (approx. Rs 35,000). We hope to learn more about Realme’s plans for the GT series in India in the coming weeks.