Realme GT Neo 3T –  impression view: Better small range smartphone in world 

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Realme GT Neo 3T –  impression view: Better small range smartphone in world:  The smartphone has a 120Hz AMOLED display, a 64MP primary camera, 8GB of RAM, and rapid charging at 80W. From September 23, the gadget will be available for Rs. 29,999 via Realme’s e-store, physical retail outlets, and Flipkart. Buyers can save up to Rs 7,000 during the first sale. The smartphone is scheduled to be heavily discounted shortly before the Flipkart Big Billion Days and Amazon Great Indian Festival Sales, making it the cheapest phone with a Snapdragon 870 SoC on the market. The smartphone is available in three colours: Dash Yellow, Drifting White, and Shade Black. The back panel of the yellow and white colour variations has a checkered flag motif. We utilised the white colour option for a few days to see what we thought of the newest Realme gt neo 3t phone. More Updates at

Design of Realme GT Neo 3T

The smartphone gets high ratings for design owing to its checkered flag finish. The Realme GT Neo 3T has a punch-hole cut-out on the left side, minimal bezels, and an in-display (optical) fingerprint scanner. It gets a racing flag design on the back, as well as triple cameras and an LED flash. The volume rocker is on the left, as is the power button. All of these are well-placed for one-handed operation. The smartphone has a single speaker at the bottom, as well as a charging connector.

Display of Realme GT Neo 3T 

The Realme GT Neo 3T has a 6.62-inch Full-HD+ E4 AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The panel has 1300nits of brightness, a 100% DCI-P3 broad colour gamut, a 106 percent NTSC colour gamut, 16000-level dimming, and is covered on top by a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 glass. The overall colour output of the display is attractive, and the viewing angles are standard.

What Are the Specifications of the Realme GT Neo 3T?

The Realme GT Neo 3T will offer 80W fast charging, according to reports. Realme promises that the Rs. 7,000 price cut would make the new gadget the most cheap smartphone with this feature. Furthermore, the Realme says that the 80W SuperDart charging technology can provide 50% of the gasoline in just 12 minutes. While there are phones that enable 120W fast charging, Realme’s technology in the GT Neo 3T is believed to be reasonable, especially with the discount.The new Realme GT Neo 3T will be powered by the Snapdragon 870 CPU, making it a top smartphone. The teaser posters reveal the presence of a racing flag design, which is similar to that of many other Realme premium smartphones. The ads also reveal that the new phone would have three cameras, one of which will be a 64MP main lens. The phone will also have a 120Hz E4 AMOLED display. Pricing and availability for the Realme GT Neo 3T in India will be disclosed at the launch, which is just a few days away.

Performance of realme GT Neo 3T

  1. Except for some preloaded trash, the Realme UI is unobtrusive.
  2. The Snapdragon 870 SoC is one of the finest in its class.
  3. Outstanding gaming performance and stability
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The Realme GT Neo 3T is powered by Android 12 and comes with Realme UI 3. The main difficulty here is that no one wants the preinstalled programmes. What is Tile Master 3D? What is Fish Solitaire? Nobody asked for it.

It’s not a big deal, though, because you can wash them out in seconds and the interface is clean and simple. Realme hasn’t introduced any extra information windows that may be confusing, and there’s no UI clutter to get in the way. Contrary the popular belief, it outperforms the OnePlus Nord 2T in this regard. The programme is simple, with a completely distinct approach to the outside design. However, if you go deeper into the Settings menu, you’ll find a few nice little toys. The Labs menu, for example, allows you to utilise the in-screen fingerprint scanner as a heart rate reader.

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