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    GT 2 Pro Paper Green Available In Malaysia Now

    Following the successful launch in the local market back on March 24 earlier this year, realme has announced that the Paper Green GT 2 Pro is now available in Malaysia.

    The Paper Green GT 2 Pro has a price tag of RM 2,999 and is available in all realme Malaysia Brand Stores as well as realme authorised stores.

    The realme GT 2 Pro

    The GT 2 Pro comes packed with powerful features to complement its stunning design – starting with the world’s first 2K AMOLED Flat Display with LTPO technology, the device adopts a Super Reality Display that delivers realistic visuals.

    The phone is also built with the world’s fastest Android processor with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Platform for seamless performance and a triple-camera setup with the world’s first 150” Ultra-Wide Camera, a 40x Micro-Lens Camera, and the 50MP IMX766 Primary Camera

    GT 2 PRO PAPER GREEN & PAPER WHITE SIDE BY SIDE.

    The exclusivity comes from its industry-first bio-based polymer exterior Paper Tech Master Design developed in collaboration with world-renowned designer Naoto Fukusawa to deliver a premium paper texture, resetting the bar for premium standard flagships.

    It all started with a question: how do we make a product which is environmentally friendly, aesthetically pleasing, and durable?

    Naota Fukasawa

    GT 2 PRO PAPER GREEN

    Paper Green

    The Paper Green colour is the newest member of the GT 2 Pro family in addition to Paper White and Steel Black.

    This new Paper Green GT 2 Pro phone will come with 12GB RAM and a storage of 256GB. It has a price tag of RM 2,999 and is available in all realme Malaysia Brand Stores as well as realme authorised stores.

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