Realme launched the GT Master and GT Explorer Master smartphones twelve months ago.

Naoto Fukusawa designed the distinctive suitcase design for these devices, inspired by the desire to travel during pandemics.

Sky Li, CEO of Realme, stated that the smartphone duo was very popular from its launch.

Even though the Explorer was not widely available, 2 million units were sold worldwide.

Realme GT Explorer Master is a device that appeals to a broad audience. It has a great camera and large, bright display.

Thanks to its eye-catching design, it was an incredible deal at EUR500 last July.

Although the GT Master was smaller and had a weaker chipset, it still offered a lot for its EUR350 price tag.

Realme is working on a successor and has confirmed that the GT2 Explorer Master will feature a Snapdragon 8+ Generation 1 chipset.

This is a significant upgrade in terms of performance. In addition, it will be arriving this month with a 5,000-mAh battery. We expect more details to come in the coming weeks.