Realme has unveiled its flagship smartphone GT5 Pro, which can be unlocked with a palm print.

GT5 Pro uses a 32MP front camera to draw a hand pattern. It is likely paired with an ultrasonic proximity sensor that monitors the camera and detects active palms.

Realme says palm unlock is faster than face recognition. Thanks in part to machine learning using more than 10 thousand models.

But this unlocking method is auxiliary. The main one is the fingerprint scanner under the display.

The GT5 Pro can also recognize gestures. For example, pinching with your fingers creates a lot of problems, and if you swipe left or right, you can see the running applications. By holding your index finger, you can activate the oxygen control. If you show three fingers, the smartphone will take a screenshot.

The GT5 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, a 6.78-inch 144Hz AMOLED display with 4,500 nits peak brightness.

Inside there is a 5400 mAh battery with support for 100 W fast wired charging. The smartphone charges from 0 to 50% in 12 minutes. There is also 50W wireless charging.

The main camera received a 50 MP module, an ultra-wide-angle one – 8 MP, a telephoto – 50 MP with 3x zoom.


▪️ 12/256 GB: 3298 yuan or 43 thousand rubles.
▪️ 16/256 GB: 3598 yuan or 47 thousand rubles.
▪️ 16/512 GB: 3898 yuan or 51 thousand rubles.
▪️ 16 GB/1 TB: 4198 yuan or 55 thousand rubles.

The smartphone is available in a black glass case. When ordering, you can also choose options with gold and brown leather. [Engadget]

Source: Iphones RU

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