Realme is apparently continuing to expand its GT series. Following on the heels of the GT Neo 5 in China, and internationally as the Realme GT3, the company appears to be planning a toned-down version of the device. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about this unannounced phone, either. This time, however, it stopped by TENAA, offering a quick peek at its overall design.
Realme GT Neo 5 Lite
As previously expected, the Realme GT Neo 5 Lite is ditching the fancy see-through window and RGB lighting of the regular GT Neo 5 model and adopting a simpler camera island and rear panel instead. The overall design remains very similar, though.
As far as specs go, we still don’t know everything about the Lite variant, but rumors suggest it will run on a Qualcomm SM 500, also known as Snapdragon 7 Gen 2 chipset or Snapdragon 7+ Gen 1. Instead of 23 the MP camera of its big brother GT Neo 5 Lite is expected to have 206 MP main camera with yet to be announced Omnivision OV64M sensor. Additionally, the source says the phone will also feature an 8MP camera — possibly an ultra-wide camera and some sort of third, lower-res secondary camera. On the front – 23MP selfie.
GT Neo 5 Lite is said to be equipped with a 6. 64-inch, 100Hz AMOLED display with 1.5K resolution and in-screen fingerprint sensor. Incredibly fast charging is one of the regular GT Neo 5’s claims. One version of the phone exists with 150 W charging, another version has amazing W. The GT Neo 5 Lite apparently degrades the experience a bit and does 100W charging on the 5, mAh battery.