The GT Neo6 SE, Realme’s most recent mid-range smartphone, is now available for purchase in China. Rewind: the device was first hinted at by the firm in late March when it said that it would be the first smartphone with a 6,000-nit display. This number, predictably enough, only affects a small portion of the GT Neo6 SE’s display.

It has already been verified by Realme that the GT Neo6 SE’s 6.78-inch panel will produce 1,600 nits. The company further states that it purchased the OLED panel from BOE, which also provided its S1 model, which likewise includes an LTPO backplane for variable refresh rates and outputs at 2,780 x 1,264 pixels with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Furthermore, Realme coated the huge display with Gorilla Glass Victus 2, the strongest glass Corning currently offers.

Additionally, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 3 chipset, which Qualcomm unveiled at the end of March, is found in the GT Neo6 SE. It should be noted that the OnePlus Ace 3V is powered by the same chipset. The GT Neo6 SE is far less expensive than the OnePlus counterpart, even though it has LPDDR5x RAM, UFS 4.0 flash storage, and 100 W cable charging capabilities for its 5,500 mAh battery.

In addition, the GT Neo6 SE from Realme sports an OIS-assisted 50 MP primary camera (Sony IMX882) in addition to an 8 MP ultra-wide angle (Sony IMX355) and a 32 MP front-facing camera. Regretfully, Realme has not yet provided an update regarding the GT Neo6 SE’s foreign availability.

  • 8 GB RAM and 256 GB of storage for CNY 1,699 (about $235)
  • 12 GB RAM and 256 GB of storage for CNY 1,899 (about $262)
  • 16 GB RAM and 256 GB of storage for CNY 2,099 (around $290)
  • CNY 2,399 (~$331) for 16 GB RAM and 512 GB storage


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