On March 22, Realme will launch another smartphone that promises to surprise with very desirable and useful news for all users.
In its promotional campaign for the smartphone, the brand has just confirmed that the new GT Neo3 will be equipped with the Dimensity 8100 processor and a fast charge of 150 watts.
Realme GT Neo3 with MediaTek Dimensity 8100 at the controls
On social networks, Realme promotes the event in which it will present its GT Neo3 smartphone, revealing some of the specifications with which the terminal will arrive. Now was the time to unveil the processor that will be in charge and the GT Neo3 arrives with MediaTek’s new Dimensity 8100 paired with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 internal storage.
But the brand went even further and also revealed that the new smartphone will have an independent chip to guarantee better performance and better energy consumption.
According to the information published so far, we also know that the GT Neo3 will be equipped with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution which will be punch-hole to accommodate the front camera.
Optically, it will feature a triple rear camera setup featuring a 50-megapixel main sensor, complemented by an eight-megapixel ultrawide and a macro sensor with two-megapixel resolution. On the front will be a 16-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls.
Realme GT Neo3 will be the first smartphone with 150 watt fast charging
Recently, Realme also confirmed that the GT Neo3 will arrive equipped with support for 150-watt fast charging. It will actually be the first smartphone to hit the market with this feature.
According to Realme, with this support the terminal will be able to charge the battery to 50% in just 5 minutes. Unfortunately, the brand does not specify the full charge time, but it will probably take 15-20 minutes with this super fast charge.
And in the race for this feature, Chinese brands remain in the lead, already offering support for fast charging in the high-end and mid-range segments. Apple and Samsung, who continue to resist this trend, could they change their minds and start betting on this feature as well?
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