realme GT Neo, the sibling to the realme GT is coming on March 31st in the home country. The Neo had been teased during the launch of the realme GT, which took place early this month. This new smartphone will be bringing the latest Dimnesity 1200 SoC chipset, which is the next-gen chipset from MediaTek designed with a 6nm process and has clock speeds of up to 3.0GHz. Apart from the chipset there aren’t any other specs revealed by the company yet, but we expect it to be another flagship phone like the realme GT, if not better.
realme GT Neo — Expected Specifications
There have been TENNA listings released recently, which feature a new realme device supposedly the realme GT Neo smartphone. The listings give away the design and certain specs, which can be expected with the upcoming Neo smartphone. The device images in the listing imply a new curved display phone bearing RMX3116 model number; enclosed in a similar realme GT finish on the rear. There’s realme’s ‘Dare to leap’ branding right under the larger camera module that houses triple rear cameras along with an LED flash.
And that’s not all, the listings further suggest a punch-hole display panel that is said to be measuring 6.55-inches, which makes it slightly bigger than the realme GT (which has a 6.43-inches display). Under the hood, it is now confirmed that it’s going to be Dimensity 1200 SoC, which not only makes the Neo a performance-driven phone but also makes it 5G capable. The chipset capabilities include refresh rate displays up to 165Hz, Full HD+ resolution, HDR support; these could be the certainties ’cause the realme GT already has a 120Hz refresh rate panel.
Furthermore, the listings suggest that the device would be running Android 11 out of the box, which means it could ship with realme UI 2.0 as well. And, lastly, the other prominent aspect is the battery that could have a 4400mAh capacity; featuring dual 2200mAh batteries.
Now that the launch date of the realme GT Neo is official: we can expect more of it with the official launch teasers or leaks; so stay tuned and come back for more coverage of the realme GT sibling.