Realme GT Neo

Today, Realme officially announced that the first phone powered by the Dimensity 1200 processor will be released on March 31. It will be the Realme GT Neo. As the poster shows, the phone adopts a rectangular camera module design. Also, the back shell carries the words ‘DARE TO LEAP’.

Realme GT Neo Features

As a Weibo blogger said today, the first terminal of Dimensity 1200 has already appeared on GeekBench. been run out. That’s not difficult to guess we are dealing with the Realme GT Neo, which is going to be another high-refresh rate direct-screen super-fast charging machine. The engineering machine has a 6GB RAM. Its single-core running score is 974, while the multi-core running score is 3350.

In addition, the blogger provided screenshots for comparison. They show running scores of the Snapdragon 870 (single-core 989, multi-core 3322) and the Exynos 1080 (single-core 922, multi-core 3319).

Earlier, a new Realme model RMX3116 appeared on the website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The certification information shows that this phone has a body size of 159.9×73.4×7.8mm. It sports a 6.55-inch screen, dual 2200mAh batteries that support 65W fast charging, has dual card dual standby functions, and runs on the Android 11 system.

Dimensity 1200 Key Parameters

In January this year, MediaTek officially released the Dimensity 1200 chip. The latter uses TSMC’s 6nm process, 1 Cortex-A78 large core at 3.0GHz, 3 Cortex-A78 at 2.6GHz, and 4 Cortex-A55 cores at 2.0GHz. The performance is increased by 22% and energy efficiency is increased by 25%. The GPU scale has not changed much, and the performance is improved by up to 13%.

Realme GT Neo

The Dimensity 1200 supports full-scenario 5G connections, 5G high-speed rail mode, 5G speed enhancement of up to 40%, and downlink speed up to 400Mbps+. It also supports 5G elevator mode, intelligently perceiving 5G elevator scenes.

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