Realme seems to be pumped up to welcome 2023 on a high. Recently they announced Realme 10 Pro (review) and Realme 10 Pro+ (review) in India and now the brand has been making headlines with their Realme GT Neo 5 leaks and rumors. What has been missing in these leaks was how the phone will look. Well, today we will be taking the wraps off the Realme GT Neo5 design. So, here’s what Realme plans to do with this upcoming device.
Smartprix has exclusively brought to you Realme GT Neo5 first look, in partnership with noted leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeak. From the image that we have come across, one can see a rectangular black area at the top of the rear panel covering around one-third of the smartphone.
The black area also consists of a rectangular camera island with two circular protrusions, out of which one consists of a single sensor, and the other one consists of two sensors. The flash in the device can be seen next to the sensors. We can also see Matrix AI Camera written next to the flash. At this point in time, we can’t say what the matrix camera is going to be. The device has been seen in white color as of now, but we are sure to get more color options when it actually launches.
The Realme branding can be seen near the bottom left corner of the device. As we also get a glimpse of the right spine, the power button can be spotted there. Considering that, we can say that the device’s volume rockers will be placed on the left spine. This shows that we are going to see a complete makeover in terms of the design of the Realme GT Neo 5 as compared to its predecessor.
What have rumors and leaks told us about Realme GT Neo 5 so far?
Realme is likely to introduce the Realme GT Neo 5 in two versions with different charging capabilities and probably different chipsets. One of the GT Neo 5 versions is rumored to ship with 240W fast charging support and will become the fastest-charging phone in the world. Apart from that, we can get to see the regular edition of the smartphone with 150W fast charging support.
Talking about the processor, expectations are that the 240W version will be driven by an underclocked Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. The 150W variant could feature a MediaTek Dimensity 8200 processor under the hood.
In terms of camera, the smartphone is expected to feature a 50MP primary sensor with OIS (optical image stabilization), an 8MP ultrawide camera, and a 2MP depth/macro sensor in the triple back camera configuration at the back. It might have a 16MP sensor in a punch-hole camera cutout on the display for selfie and video calling purposes.
As of now, there is no official confirmation regarding the same from Realme’s side. So, all the users are suggested to take these rumored specs with a grain of salt.