Realme GT Neo 5 is all set to launch in China on 9th February with impressive features, including 240W fast charging technology, IR blaster, multi-colour LED strip, and more. Prior to the launch, the company is gearing up to launch its next flagship smartphone, the Realme GT 3.
The company recently confirmed the launch of the new GT flagship without revealing its official name. The next GT flagship is expected to be the Realme GT3, which is likely to launch later this month at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023 event or in the first half of March.
While we wait for the official launch date and name, meanwhile a new report has revealed the name and key specifications of the next GT flagship. Recently, a report by well-known tipster @OnLeaks revealed the retail box of the next GT flagship.
The retail box confirmed that the next GT flagship will be the Realme GT3 and will sport the company’s latest charging technology. Moreover, the box image shows the premium GT3 package with “240W” written on the side.
Based on the leaked information, it is safe to say that the Realme GT3 will be equipped with 240W SuperVOOC charging technology, which was launched last month. On the flip side, the upcoming Relame GT Neo 5 will be the first phone with the same charging capacity. This technology offers two hours to talk in 30 seconds charge.
Realme GT3 Expected Specifications:
While the specifications of the Realme GT3 are not known at the moment, the upcoming smartphone is expected to feature a 1.5K OLED display with 144Hz refresh rate, triple rear camera setup with a 50-megapixel sensor, 4500mAh battery with 240-watt charging support, Android 13 OS out-of-the-box, and 5G network connectivity.
Furthermore, the upcoming device is likely to be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. At present, there is not much information about Realme GT3. We’ll keep you posted when we get to know more about the upcoming Realme GT3 smartphone in the coming weeks.
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