Realme confirms GT6 camera and screen details

Yordan, 13 June 2024

Realme is launching GT6 on June 20, and today, we received some details straight from the horse's mouth. The company itself revealed that the phone will have a Sony LYT-808 sensor for the 50 MP main camera, and we should also expect a 2x telephoto lens.

The new phone will also use an 8T LTPO OLED panel by BOE with up to 6,000 nits peak brightness and 2160 Hz PWM, according to an email sent out to partners. The same press message also revealed the phone would cost under €1,000 (about $1,100 or INR90,000), which isn't much of a surprise – Realme has never sold a smartphone with such a high price tag. It remains to be seen how close to the €1,000 mark it will be.

Realme GT6 pricing, camera and screen details teased

The landing page Realme setup also confirms the GT 6 will have the HyperTone Image engine and support 4K Dolby Vision video recording. We also know it will have a Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chipset, fueling AI features such as Smart Loop, Smart Removal and Night Vision Mode.

The global announcement of the GT6 is taking place next Thursday, but it is already sold in China under the name GT Neo6. Previously, the GT Neo6 SE went international as GT 6T.



Reader comments

What is a x2 telephoto lens for when the integrated main sensor is of good quality and can do x2 with little loss like most smartphones? A 2.5 or x3 zoom should be the norm

  • NinBin
  • 17 Jun 2024
  • I@H

It's not really a flagship killer if it's 85% of a flagship and 85% of the flagship price, good specs for sure but its the value to look out for - there are flagship challengers that sell for around $600 and that should be the competition f...

  • JustJr
  • 16 Jun 2024
  • tu6

My price point considers all the points you've mentioned (on paper specs), else I would've just set the price like the F6. If it's sold above $600, they better have a good reason cause there are other options available for those ...

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