Realme GT Neo 5's full specs revealed by TENAA
We have been hearing about the Realme GT Neo 5 since last month, which Realme recently confirmed will be the first phone to support 240W wired charging. While Realme is yet to detail the GT Neo 5's specs sheet, what's believed to be the GT Neo 5 has been listed on Chinese certifying authority TENAA's website with full specs, leaving little to the imagination.
We are looking at two versions - one with model code RMX3706 and another with RMX3708. The only difference between the two is the battery size. The former has a rated battery capacity of 2,425 mAh, while the latter has 2,225 mAh. That means the typical battery capacity of RMX3706 and RMX3708 will be 4,850 mAh and 4,450 mAh, respectively. This is assuming the smartphones are packing dual-cell batteries.
Previous leaks claimed the GT Neo 5 would have a 150W version and a 240W model. The former will pack a 5,000 mAh battery, whereas the latter will come with a 4,600 mAh cell.
That said, both RMX3706 and RMX3708 will come with a 6.74" 2,772x1,240-pixel resolution AMOLED screen, an octa-core processor with a max frequency of 3GHz, and four cameras. There will be a 16MP camera on the front and a triple camera setup on the rear consisting of 50MP, 8MP, and 2MP units.
Both variants will have three RAM (8GB/12GB/16GB) and four storage (128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB) options, an in-display fingerprint scanner, an IR blaster, and 5G connectivity. Interestingly enough, despite the difference in battery size, RMX3706 and RMX3708 will be 8.9mm thick and weigh 199g.
The Realme GT Neo 5 will be unveiled next month. Realme hasn't revealed the date yet, but we believe it will be introduced to the global markets at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain.
- Rotciv Ikias
- 13 Jan 2023
50mp or 100mp does not matter when comparing cameras except it's something wierd like 2,5, or 7mp. It's understandable that he seeks raw performance more than cameras but that doesn't mean he should say cameraa are second useless ...
- 11 Jan 2023
Well, tbh as someone who look for upper-mid range phone for gaming I'd say his reason makes sense. 50 mp is already enough as it is, why would you need 100 mp++ when all it does is just upscale the images using their algorithm anyway. ...
- 10 Jan 2023
Not serious made phone. Just like basic smartphone, nothing special. Suitable for kids