Chip aside, the Realme GT Neo 3T features a 6.62-inch FHD+ E4 AMOLED display with a very decent 120Hz refresh rate and 1300 nits of peak brightness. There’s a nice big 5000mAh battery, which boasts 80W fast charging support. Sponsored Links. The new phone operates on the Realme UI 3.0, which is based on Android 12. It comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor and storage – there are 8GB RAM with 128GB storage and 8GB RAM with 256GB storage options – is expandable via a microSD card. For a mid-range smartphone, the Realme GT Neo 3T has a decent triple rear camera setup. This consists of a 64MP primary camera, 8MP ultra wide-angle camera, and an additional 2MP macro camera. Upfront, there’s a 16MP selfie-camera.
The phone with the chequered flag receives ‘global’ distribution, but it won’t make it to the United States. The Realme GT Neo 3T smartphone, which will be added to the popular GT Neo line, has been announced for global release. The new mid-range smartphone comes in a racing-flag-inspired design on the back panel, as well as more subdued colour variations. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 CPU powers the Realme GT Neo 3T, which seems a little out of date when you consider that the Snapdragon 888 Plus 5G chipset powers the OnePlus 9R (both Realme and One Plus are owned by BBK Electronics, along with Oppo, Vivo, and iQOO).
Realme has announced the GT Neo 3T globally – but that just means the 61 global markets it operates in, which include Europe and Australasia but sadly not the US. The 8GB RAM / 128GB internal storage variant of the Realme GT Neo 3T costs $470 and the 8GB RAM / 256GB internal storage variant costs $510. It’s available in Shade Black, Drifting White, and Dash Yellow color options.