On Weibo, Realme GT5 revealed more details about its upcoming launch on August 28. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset will be used, but today we know it will be the base 3.2 GHz version and not the overclocked one used by Samsung and ZTE.

A mighty variant of the flagship device will feature 24GB RAM and 1TB storage – a combination that has become more common in new flagships, particularly in China.

In addition, a teaser on Weibo revealed a Pixelworks X7 display chip that will enhance video quality.

There’s no surprise about the Realme GT5 chipset, but the ability to adjust CPU clock levels is a real rarity and the first to offer such granular control. An interface allowing all three clusters’ speeds to be adjusted independently was seen in leaked screenshots. A separate post on Weibo confirmed the feature hours later.

There will also be a Pro version of the device with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset later this year. Whether all the neat features teased for the domestic crowd will be available internationally remains the big question. Hopefully, we’ll have answers soon.