Realme has launched yet another version of one of its most popular models, the Realme GT, in addition to showing what its devices will be with Android 12.
In its day we called the Realme GT “the bargain of the year” , thanks to the use of high performance components with a contained price; It must have been successful, because since then the company has focused on releasing more versions like the Realme GT Master Edition .
Today’s version is the Realme GT Neo 2, and although Realme has not confirmed that it will be released in Spain, it is proof that this design has become the basis for Realme for all its mid-range releases. /high. This is a very familiar model, the main aesthetic differences being the larger screen (6.62 inches) and the new green color that adds to the blue and black.
Speaking of the screen, it is an AMOLED with a maximum brightness in peaks of 1300 nits , and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Inside, it has a Snapdragon 870 accompanied by up to 12 GB of RAM, cooled with a camera of stainless steel steam. It comes with a 5,000 mAh battery that, like the rest of the GTs, can be recharged quickly with the 65 W charger. The main camera is 64 MP, with new features such as the street photography mode released recently. The Realme GT Neo 2 is priced in India at 31,999 rupees, about 367 euros at the exchange rate, with a launch to be confirmed in Spain.
What will arrive for sure is the new Realme UI 3.0 layer, which makes the leap to Android 12, the new version of Google’s operating system. In addition to the new features of the system, Realme has introduced some changes, especially notable in the design that the company calls “Fluid Space Design”; The idea is that it is more organized and the mobile feels more “fluid”, but it will also bring aesthetic changes such as new 3D icons and new customization options with global colors. The new floating window 2.0 will allow us to continue watching videos while we do other things, allowing us to move and control it as we want.
To improve performance, Realme will use the AI Smooth Engine, which will tune the system to make better use of the hardware; memory usage has been improved, reduced by 30% without affecting app performance, and memory fragmentation has been avoided.
Regarding privacy, Realme UI 3.0 will include a function to share photos privately, eliminating metadata such as the location where we took the photo. The apps will also have more limitations to access the location, and a history of the permissions they have requested will be saved.
Realme UI 3.0 will arrive this November to the first devices, although Realme has not shared the list of the first compatible models.