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Realme GT Neo 3 150W is coming for review

Realme GT Neo 3 150W is coming for review

Realme GT Neo 3 150W is coming for review. The Realme GT Neo 3 which was introduced at the beginning of China in March, and started its global voyage in the last week with India is now in Our office to give a thorough review. The main highlight of this GT Neo 3 is the 150W UltraDart charging, but there’s an alternative of 80W that comes with more power.

The GT Neo 3 is available in three colors: Asphalt Black, Sprint White as well as Nitro Blue. It’s the third that we’ve got and is known as” the Le Man’s version in China. It’s the Realme GT Neo 3 150W comes in a black retail box, which includes the SIM card tool for ejecting it, some documents and a USB-C cable, a case with a protective cover, and, most importantly the charger is 160W.

This GT Neo 3 is built around a 6.7″ 120Hz FullHDand 10-bit AMOLED screen which is secured with Gorilla Glass 5. It also has a fingerprint reader beneath for biometric authentication, as well as heart rate monitoring, as well as punch holes on the top to accommodate a 16-megapixel selfie camera. You can see it’s located in the center and is a first for Realme because its previous smartphones had punch holes that were off-center or notched.

Realme GT Neo 3 150W is coming for review

On the rear, we’ll find an oblong-shaped island with three cameras: a fifty-megapixel principal (with OIS) 8MP ultrawide as well as a 2 MP macro. The plate of the module is glossy and is made of plastic, which makes it susceptible to scratches and fingerprints. In addition, the camera that protrudes above it also gathers dust, but this isn’t the case for the other two cameras sitting close to the bump.

The camera bump can cause the phone to move around on flat surfaces and the case included does not do much to fix it. That said, the Realme GT Neo 3’s rear panel is covered with a fingerprint-resistant AG glass, and our Nitro Blue version has a fine pattern visible upon close inspection. There are two stripes running across the length of the phone.

They are separated by the camera’s topmost island and the Realme logo as well as the “Dare to leap” tagline that is located at the bottom. Realme refers to this as the Racing Stripe Design, which is a symbol of speed and performance, as well as a tribute to the drivers who raced in Le Mans. Le Man’s races.