Realme GT Neo 6 Render Shows Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Powerhouse

Despite the recent release of the GT Neo 5 in February, Realme is already diligently working on the development of its successor, aptly referred to as the Realme GT Neo 6.

The leaked render showcased above provides a clear glimpse of the upcoming GT Neo 6. Its high-quality presentation confirms the utilization of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset as the powerhouse behind the device. Additionally, based on the surrounding area of the inscription, there is a possibility that it may feature an illuminated design similar to what we observed in the GT Neo 5.

The press renders of the Realme GT Neo 6 showcase a rear triple-camera arrangement complemented by an LED flash. Furthermore, the smartphone will feature SUPERVOOC fast charging capability and NFC support. On the right side of the device, users can find the power and volume keys.

Given that the GT Neo 5 incorporated RGB lights next to the Snapdragon logo on the rear, it is reasonable to expect a similar offering in the upcoming GT Neo 6. While these press renders provide valuable insights, they currently offer the only available details regarding the device.

Realme GT Neo 6 Rumored Features

As per a prior leak, the GT Neo 6 is expected to feature an OLED display with slim bezels, boasting a remarkable 144 Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, it is rumored to support fast 100W wired charging. The main camera is said to be a 50 MP sensor equipped with optical image stabilization (OIS), while the device is anticipated to run on Android 13 right out of the box.

While the exact launch date remains unknown, considering the onset of leaks, it is reasonable to assume that the release could be just a few weeks away. However, based on previous leaks, the smartphone is expected to launch in the third quarter of 2023. As we move forward, more information about the device may emerge if it appears on certifications and benchmarks in the upcoming weeks.



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