We know that the Realme GT will be announced on March 4. Today, AnTuTu shared a screenshot, showing the actual performance of this phone.

Apart from this, we learned that the Realme GT will have a leather and glass back editions. One of the well-known Weibo tipster shared a leaked render that gives a glimpse of the so-called “Bumblebee” leather edition.

Well, today was a very saturated day for the Realme GT. Realme CMO Xu Qi shared a screenshot of the AnTuTu listing of the Realme GT (RMX2202). The screenshot shows the phone scored 770,221 points. Agree that this is quite a high result. So it’s logical this screenshot attracted the attention of many users.

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We already told you that AnTuTu shared its screenshot of this device as well. However, in it, the phone scored 688,602 and revealed specs like a 120Hz refresh rate, 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage, Android 11 OS, and Snapdragon 888 mobile platform.

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As you understand there was a conflict between these two screenshots. And AnTuTu said that it could only find one model with a score of under 700K and they were confused about how Realme could announce 770,221 as the official score.

Realme GT antutu

The manufacturer responded that AnTuTu saying most likely they used an early engineering prototype of the Realme GT to get a 688K score. So AnTuTu promised to get another test on Realme GT when it is officially launched.

Anyways, two hours later, Xu Qi shared another screenshot of the AnTuTu listing of Realme GT. And this time, our protagonist reached the mark of 767,137. He claimed that this score was achieved by running the phone at room temperature.

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