Realme launches its GT Neo2 smartphone with 120 Hz screen

A new economic option in high-end mobiles has been released and here we inform you about all the details.

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The equipment was put together by a mobile design studio: the realme Design Studio. Photo: Xatak Android

The Chinese company really has been getting into the smartphone market little by little because it has cheap and good performance equipment. Its most recent launch is the GT Neo2, a device that claims to be the favorite in terms of value for money.

The recent model has the Qualcomm ® Snapdragon ™ 870 5G processor, considered one of the best options for its balanced and powerful performance. In addition to this, it has the GT 2.0 mode, which will optimize the gaming experience with the CPU and the touch ratio. This processor has a chipset manufactured in 7 nanometers FinFet, with eight cores of up to 3.2 GHz and with the corresponding compatibility of 5GWifi 6, and Bluetooth 5.2.

Another highlight is its stainless steel steam cooling system, which will help the team process high-resource applications and sets without overheating. For this, it has eight three-dimensional layers that dissipate heat due to a thermal diamond gel, used as a cooling material.


Big screen and battery

The Realme GT NEO2 comes equipped with a 6.62- inch 120Hz EA AMOLED display, a 600Hz touch sampling rate, and a peak of 1300 nits of brightness.

The battery also shows significant power with its 5000mAh, with a 65W SuperDart fast charge, which will allow the device to be charged to 100% in 36 minutes.

High-quality photos

The main camera has a 64MP AI lens for high-resolution images. For its part, the front camera has a 16 MP selfie camera with film simulation filters and street photo mode.


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