Realme GT 2 Pro review

Realme’s GT 2 Pro combines flagship specs and a 150º ultra-wide camera

Realme GT 2 Pro review
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Digital Camera World Verdict

Realme’s latest flagship packs the same super-wide 150º camera as the OnePlus 10 Pro, top-tier power, and a killer screen. It also costs less than the competition, thanks to the fact it misses out on premium glass design, optical camera zoom, and wireless charging. If you don’t mind those omissions, the GT 2 Pro is a great camera phone given its price.


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    Excellent performance

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    Expansive 150º ultra-wide camera

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    Impressive main camera

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    Bright, vibrant 2K display


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    Ultra-wide camera lacks autofocus

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    No wireless charging

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    No telephoto camera

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    No RAW from 150º camera

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There’s a lot about the Realme GT 2 Pro that makes it feel sort of like a OnePlus 10 Pro light – heck, you could even look think of this phone as a vanilla OnePlus 10. The camera shares much of what makes the OnePlus 10 Pro’s snapper sing, and its design, charging tech, and zoom have all been dialed right back. 

The Realme GT 2 Pro is very much a flagship despite its price and positioning. Its 2K display is excellent – the first flat panel to feature the LTPO 2.0 technology found in Oppo and OnePlus’s new flagships, and its cutting edge Snapdragon processor is a tried and tested performance champ. 

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Basil Kronfli

Basil Kronfli is a freelance technology journalist, consultant, and content creator. He trained in graphic design and started his career at Canon Europe before moving into journalism. Basil is also experienced in video production, independently running the YouTube channel TechEdit, and during his time at Future, he worked alongside the Digital Camera World team as a senior video producer.