The Realme GT Neo 3 smartphone charges up half of its battery in 5 minutes. Remarkable, isn’t it?
Speed is one of the basic elements that influence the evolutionary trajectory of civilizations. It has the power to charm generations, irrespective of age, gender or demography. Speed, added as a character trait into the identity of anything attracts attention. Realme’s marketing brain is smart enough to include this attribute in their latest product the GT Neo 3.
The GT badging on the Realme GT Neo 3 smart phone invokes a feeling of mobility, just like a Grand Tourer racing on the fast track. To make the GT theme more explicit, the rear panel of the blue and white colour variants (available colours are Asphalt Black, Nitro blue, and Spring White) were given racing stripes which are used on cars with a GT badge.
The charging speed of the 150 watts model is also an add on to the projected image of the Realme GT Neo 3 phone. It charges up half of its battery in 5 minutes. Remarkable, isn’t it?
The matte AG glass rear and the plastic frame do give the phone a bit of a cheap feel to hold. But, it is lightweight at 188gm which is an impressive figure for a big phone with a 6.7 inch display. With 8.2mm thickness, it is indeed immensely comfortable to handle.
Realme GT Neo 3: Features galore
The smart phone’s front is covered with Gorilla Glass 5, but there’s no such protection on the back, and no IP rating for water and dust-resistance which means an extra layer of protection in the form of a case is required.
The phone performs well with a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 chipset. It can support Sub6 5G and has Wi-Fi 6, NFC and the latest Bluetooth 5.3 as standard.
The display has a flat 6.7-inch panel with impressive specs like OLED, 120Hz refresh rate, and HDR10+ support. The display looks sharp and the colours are bright, viewing angles are good and the 120Hz refresh rate also is worth a mention.
Camera department comes as a charmer
The main camera on the rear has a 50MP IMX766 OIS f/1.88 spec, while the macro option is 2MP. The main camera is optically stabilised and works well in daylight. In regular or night mode, the shots that are good for uploading on social media.
The 8 MP ultra-wide is decent in the daytime, but not as good as the main camera with respect to details and colours tend to be a little less appealing. The 16 MP selfie camera is good with details and dynamic range. It handles skin tones really well. The portrait mode results are also attractive at medium range.
The rear camera can shoot video at up to 4K and 60fps, and the OIS helps keep footage nice and stable. Front-facing video is limited to 1080p, and lacks that stabilisation.
The stereo speakers on the phone are loud and clear even at high volumes and the vibrations feel pretty sharp and responsive enough.
The 4500 mAh 150W battery pack (5000mAh for 80W) offers superfast charging options. It goes from 5 percent to 45 percent in 5 minutes and this Realme phone achieves these initial speeds when the rapid charging mode is enabled. In the regular mode, the phone only takes a few more minutes to achieve half the level of battery charge. With full charge, the phone can be trusted for a full day of operation.
A modern chipset, bright display, dependable battery life and above all, the high speed charging altogether makes this Realme phone irresistible.