Realme GT Neo 5 full specs detailed – 240W Fast Charging, 16GB RAM, 1TB Storage


The next big release from Realme is nearing. The tech brand is currently busy generating hype for its upcoming “240W fast charging phone:” the Realme GT Neo 5. Leaks and teasers on this phone have been constantly coming these past few days, and we know that it might be the first smartphone in the tech industry to have 240W superfast charging speeds.

The Realme GT Neo 5 recently showed up at TENAA, China’s version of the FCC, for certification and approval purposes. The GT Neo 5 series appears to have two models. The TENAA posts certifications and test results for both pones, also published some very clear photos and a full list of specs on its website


Both phones have model numbers of RMX3706 and RMX3708, and come with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with 2772×1240 pixels of resolution, but have different battery capacities. The GT Neo 5 with model number RMX3706 will come with a 4600 mAh battery that supports 240W flash charging capacity, while its sibling RMX3708 will come with a bigger 5000 mAh battery but supports 150W flash charging. Previous reports indicated that 240W flash charging can deliver a full 100% charge in just 8 minutes, and will keep the device juiced through the day.

Both devices are listed with an octa-core processor (it should be Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip) with a max frequency of 3GHz. We recently heard about a GT Neo 5 version with 150W charging that will use the Dimensity 8200 instead. The listing also specified a triple camera system – 50MP IMX890 with 0.6-20xzoom + 8MP + and 2MP camera units on the back side, and it will have a 16MP camera on the front. 

The chipsets on both variants are paired with three RAM configurations (8GB/12GB/16GB) and four storage configurations (128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB). Realme also included an in-display fingerprint scanner, an IR blaster, and 5G connectivity. Both devices measure at 163.85 x 75.75 x 8.9mm and weigh around 199g.

It sure feels like Realme GT Neo 5G should debut soon (possibly next month), and we’ll keep an eye out for more information on it. It is expected to be showcased at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain.

Source: TENAA (1), (2)


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