Realme GT Neo2 will get TENAA licensed, may launch as GT Neo Gaming in some markets


The Realme GT Neo2 that surfaced yesterday with its pictures and specs has been licensed by TENAA, shifting it a step nearer to the launch and corroborating yesterday’s leak.

The GT Neo2, sporting mannequin code RMX3370, is powered by the Snapdragon 870 and runs Android 11, presumably with Realme UI 2.0 on prime. It is constructed round a 6.62″ FullHD+ AMOLED display with a fingerprint reader beneath. Whereas TENAA would not point out its refresh price, a earlier leak claimed the smartphone will function a 120Hz panel.

The show additionally has a 16MP selfie digital camera contained in the punch gap, and across the again is an oblong digital camera island housing two LED flash modules and three cameras – 64MP, 8MP, and 2MP.

Realme GT Neo2 on TENAA
Realme GT Neo2 on TENAA

The Realme GT Neo2 can have 6GB/8GB/12GB RAM and 128GB/256GB/512GB storage onboard, however no microSD card slot for storage enlargement.

The smartphone will are available Mirror Black, Dream Blue, and Tremendous Orange colours (machine translated from Chinese language), and TENAA says it is going to pack a battery with a rated capability of two,465 mAh. Though that is doubtless the scale of a single cell and the everyday capability will probably be 5,000 mAh.

Realme GT Neo2 render leaked by OnLeaks
Realme GT Neo2 render leaked by OnLeaks

Realme GT Neo2 renders leaked by OnLeaks

It is unclear how briskly the Realme GT Neo2 will cost, however we presume it is going to help at the least 50W charging since no smartphone within the present GT lineup goes slower than that.

There is no phrase from Realme in regards to the GT Neo2 but, however an official-looking poster that popped up on Twitter suggests the GT Neo2 will probably be offered as GT Neo Gaming in some markets, which is hardly a shock because the GT Neo out there in China was launched because the X7 Max 5G in India.

Realme GT Neo2 gets TENAA certified, might launch as GT Neo Gaming in some markets

The picture additionally reveals that the smartphone’s rear panel will flaunt a “Gaming Design,” and the supply claims it is going to have two reminiscence choices – 8GB/128GB and 12GB/256GB priced at $499 and $599, respectively.

Supply 1 (in Chinese language), Supply 2


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