Realme GT Neo 5 Leaked Renders Reveal Back Panel Design

Realme is all set to launch the GT Neo 5 smartphone in the Chinese market on February 9 at 14:00. The device will provide a smooth gaming experience, and Tide Play with 240W fast charging support. Recently, the charging capability of the GT Neo 5’s 240W has leaked on the web. Now, the leaked renders of the Realme GT Neo 5 have surfaced on the web, courtesy of Abhishek Yadav. The leaked renders reveal the GT Neo 5 back panel design.

Coming to the back panel design, the Realme GT Neo 5 will come with a triple camera setup inside, housing two circular cameras with LED flash. The render also reveals that the upcoming GT Neo 5 will come with LED lights at the rear. Let us take a closer look at the design renders of the Realme GT Neo 5 and everything we know about the device so far.

Realme GT Neo 5 Design teaser:

The leaked design renders suggest that the Realme GT Neo 5 will launch with a curved back panel with an LED light on the right side that will show notifications, calls and other alert information. This feature will be helpful in pointing out those important alerts which you may have missed while being busy.

Realme GT Neo launch date & Specifications:

Earlier, Realme confirmed that the GT Neo 5 would be the first smartphone to offer 240W fast charging, and now we know that it will be announced on February 9. The company revealed that the launch would happen at 2 PM local time in China. Moreover, the Realme GT Neo 5’s 240W charging technology offers two hours to talk on 30 seconds charge. 

Official information about the phone is hard to reach, but we have plenty of rumours and leaks from reliable leaksters. The GT Neo5 is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, though we may see a version with the Dimensity 8200 that “only” supports 150W fast charging.

Other information mentions a 50 MP main camera with an IMX890 sensor and OIS. Furthermore, the display is likely to be 6.7AMOLED with a 144Hz refresh rate and a resolution of 2772×1240 pixels.

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