Realme's new GT Neo5 teaser shows purple LED light on the back
Realme is launching the GT Neo5 with 240W charging on February 9, and it is already gearing up for the event with a series of teasers. An 8-second trailer showcased the camera design, confirming three shooters on a square island, and what appears to be a purple LED light on the side.
The brand also shared details about the fast charging. It will involve a GaN adapter and 12A cable, with three separate charge pumps for the 10-cell design. TUV Rheinland certified the battery to be safe, and Realme claimed 30 seconds of charge will be enough for 2 hours of talk time.
Also, the battery is said to complete 1,600 full charge and discharge cycles without losing more than than 20% of its capacity, which is twice the industry standard of 800 cycles.
Realme GT Neo5 charging teasers
The phone is expected to have a 50MP main camera with a Sony IMX890 sensor and OIS. It could be powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, although rumors suggested a Dimensity 8200 is also in the works for a cheaper alternative with “slower” 150W charging. There is more than a week until the official launch, and we expect Realme to post more teasers in the days leading to the event.
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- 06 Feb 2023
Well in that case you are right. Nothing is first as a mainstream. Or Razer with its RGB back panel but thats not the same thing.
- Rotciv Ikias
- 06 Feb 2023
But we were talking about the overall first to implement this design which is not nothing They are just the first company to make it mainstream on a smartphone
- 05 Feb 2023
Lenovo - for those who do