Deep Dive Teardown of the Realme GT 5 Pro (RMX3888)

Deep Dive Teardown of the Realme GT 5 Pro (RMX3888)

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The Realme GT5 Pro opted for BOE's solution for its display. It offers a resolution of 2780x1264 in a 6.78" diagonal package. The manufacturer also claims that it achieves a peak brightness of 4500 nits, which is over double the brightness of the Samsung S23 Ultra or Apple 15 Pro Max. We were unable to verify this performance. However, given the nature of OLED displays, it's unlikely that the device will maintain the peak brightness level for extended periods. The rear camera setup of Realme GT5 Pro uses Sony's sensors exclusively and is composed of a 50 MP wide-angle camera with a LYT-T808 sensor, a periscopic telephoto camera using 50 MP IMX890, and an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle camera equipped with IMX355. The front camera uses an IMX615 sensor, like Sony's design. There were three new packages used in Realme GT5 Pro: #SGM3843 AMOLED Display Power Supply (SGMicro), •#INN040W048A GaN Power FET (Innoscience), and #AS734x Spectral Color Sensor (AMS). The Realme GT5 Pro supports WiFi 7, Bluetooth GPS L1 and L5, NFC, and wireless charging. There are 12 antennas, nine of which are in the main frame; the 2.4 GHz WiFi/BT antenna and the NFC antenna are separate modules placed on plastic, and the wireless charging coil is also a separate module.

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