The Realme GT series will be released in India on August 18. Meanwhile, before the launch of the new series, the company has announced that it will discontinue its popular Realme X series. Madhav Seth, CEO of the company, said that the company is stopping the existing X series to take advantage of the benefits of the upcoming GT series. In an interview with Tekradar, Seth said the X series was being replaced by GT and the GT was the new X.
The entry of the X series took place in July 2019
The company launched its X series in July 2019. The company has launched Realme X as its first affordable flagship smartphone under the series. Its starting price is Rs 16,999. Notably, it was the company’s first smartphone with a pop-up selfie camera. After this, Reality X2, Reality X2 Pro, Reality X3, Reality X3 SuperJoom, Reality X7 and X7 Pro are listed in this series.
The last smartphone to come under this series is the Reality X7 Max5G. Coming at a starting price of Rs. The competition for this smartphone is in the market by the OnePlus Nord 2 and Oppo Reno 6 Pro.
Two GT series smartphones are coming up on August 18th
The company will be releasing the vanilla variant and GT Master Edition under the GT series on August 18th. Seth has confirmed that RealMe GT will enter India with global specifications. On this phone, the company will be offering Snapdragon 888 processor with 120Hz AMOLED display. In terms of price, the price of new smartphones can be over Rs.