Realme is launching the Realme GT Neo on March 31st (only 4 days left), and yesterday the company confirmed that the device would come with a Sony IMX682 sensor.
According to the company, the main unit supports multi-frame synthesis technology, which will improve the details of the pictures and lets you zoom in to an image and crop it without losing sharpness and clarity.
The phone will have the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset, which is a 6nm architecture and brings high-performance Cortex-A78 cores. Realme GT Neo impresses gamers with its 4D vibrations and a 3D tempered liquid cooling system, consisting of stainless steel and copper to reduce the temperature by up to 15° C.
Moreover, the phone will certainly come with 6GB of RAM and perhaps another variant with 8GB of RAM. As for the storage compartment, the phone would feature 128GB and 256GB space.
The phone will also come with Android 11 with Realme UI 2.0 running on the top and a 6.55″ display.
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