Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1., Apart from the Motorola Edge 30. Pro there arent a lot of challengers. At almost 50K youre, getting a 2K display fast charging and the promise of good gaming performance with the GT 2 Pro.. But is that enough, Or is the Moto, a better choice? Hey everyone Im Roydon youre, watching Gadgets 360 and lets try finding answers to some of the above questions in our full review of the Realme GT 2 Pro.. The base variant of the Realme GT 2. Pro is priced just under Rs. 50000 and it comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.. The Rs. 57999 variant gets you 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, which is what I have. Lets start with. The design first. The Realme GT 2 Pro has an unique texture for its back panel. If you pick the white or green variants, which is said to mimic the look and feel of paper products., Even after a couple of weeks, it didnt pick up any permanent stains or marks from daily use.. The wavy texture offers a good grip and also ensures that fingerprints and smudges are never an issue.. While I quite like the understated look and the overall aesthetics of this phone from the back. It looks very similar to other Realme phones in the GT 9 and even C series.. I wish Realme had given it a bit more character.. The GT 2 Pro is not too thick and the 189 grams of weight is well distributed, making it relatively light and easy to carry with you.

. The phone also has good stereo speakers and is Dolby Atmos certified.. However, you dont get wireless charging or an IP rating which are big, misses and are features that the Edge 30 Pro offers. One of the phones biggest selling points is the 6.7 inch AMOLED display.. It has a 2K resolution with a 10 bit colour depth and a maximum brightness of up to 1400 nits.. This is also an LTPO 2.0 type AMOLED panel, which allows the refresh rate to vary from 1Hz to 120Hz, based on your activity.. To top it all off. Realme has used Corning Gorilla Glass Victus for scratch. Protection. The display performs incredibly well for playing games and watching videos.. The latter looked very good, with excellent colour, saturation, sufficient brightness and good HDR rendering., The Realme GT 2 Pro runs Realme UI 3.0, based on Android 12.. The look of the interface is customisable and it runs smoothly., Even though it comes with some pre installed. Realme apps, you can declutter the phone by simply uninstalling most of them.. Realme has also pledged to support this phone in the long run, with three years of Android, OS updates and four years of security updates, which I think is a show of good faith., Realme GT 2 Pro performance Running on the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Soc, the Gt 2 Pro handled most popular social and productivity, apps very well., The interface was always snappy and fluid. Gaming performance was equally solid.

. Asphalt. 9 Legends ran smoothly with a solid frame rate and good graphics.. The phone didnt overheat too much either.. However, more demanding titles such as Fortnite made the body of the GT 2 Pro uncomfortably hot after prolonged gaming.. After a point, I had to put the case on this phone because the heat got unbearable.. This wasnt an issue with every game but graphically demanding titles, certainly push the GT 2 Pros cooling system to its limits.. The phone performed very well in benchmarks too, delivering an impressive score of 972119 points in AnTuTu., Realme GT 2. Pro cameras, The Realme GT 2 Pro has a good set of cameras that perform well during the day and in low light.. Realme has used the Sony IMX766 50 megapixel sensor for the main rear camera.. It has OIS and can shoot up to 8K 24fps videos. In daylight. Autofocus was quick and landscape shots had rich details and colours.. Close ups also had very pleasing background blur and excellent details. Low light. Pictures were very good too, with little to no noise and an above average level of detail.. Close ups taken in low light were sharp and had good detail thanks to OIS. The ultra wide camera on the Realme GT 2 Pro uses the 50 megapixel Samsung JN1 sensor same as the OnePlus 10 Pro. Barrel. Distortion and HDR were handled well., Theres a 150 degree. Shooting mode in the camera app which lets you take advantage of the lenss full field of view.

Low light photos werent as bright compared to ones taken with the main camera, even though night mode was automatically engaged, but it was still very usable.. The third camera has a 2 megapixel sensor with a micro lens that allows you to capture extreme close ups at 20X or 40X magnification.. You can use it to capture some interesting perspectives of everyday objects.. The selfie camera in the Realme GT 2 Pro has the same 32 megapixel Sony IMX615 sensor as the one on the OnePlus 10 Pro.. It captures good photos in general.. Video recording capabilities are also top notch. On the Realme GT, 2 Pro. 8K videos shot during the day and at night looked good, but stabilisation made any movement of the camera. Look a bit jerky. Videos recorded at 4K looked great too and had much smoother stabilisation.. The camera app allows you to switch between the main and ultra wide cameras, while recording at this resolution. Battery life was also quite good.. On average, I was easily able to get through one full day and a bit more on a single charge.. The phone also lasted for 20 hours and 41 minutes running our HD video loop test.. You can fully charge the 5000mAh battery from empty to full in a little over half an hour, which is very quick.. The 65W SuperDart fast charger comes in the box.. The Realme GT 2. Pro is a very good premium. Smartphone that punches well above its weight.

. The 8GB of RAM variant offers the best value and I would recommend it over the Motorola Edge 30 Pro for its superior display, unique textured, design, better battery life and reliable cameras.. However, if an IP rating and wireless charging matter to you, then the Motorola would be the smarter choice.. The 12GB variant of the GT 2 Pro is still less expensive than most other Snapdragon, 8 Gen 1 smartphones, but at nearly Rs. 58000. I think options such as the Samsung Galaxy S21, FE, 5G Review or even the OnePlus 9 Pro 5G Review are more complete flagships and offer better value at this price.. Thanks for watching our full review and do let us know in the comments section what you think about the GT 2 Pro.