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Realme GT3 review

Introduction and Specifications

This year, Realme has only launched the vanilla Realme GT3 without the Pro. This isn’t technically a pure GT either, as it’s the rebranded Realme GT Neo 5 163W, only available in China. Still, as far as Western markets are concerned, the specs suggest the GT3 is more of a successor to the GT2.

GT3 is better than last year’s GT2 in terms of display quality, performance and charging due to unaffected semantics. However, 163 W charging is the standout feature of the GT3 , because this is the first in the world 163 W Charging on a commercial smartphone. The OEM promises a full day of battery life from just a few minutes of charging, and takes less than to fully charge) minute. Of course, we’ll be testing this in the next few pages.

Realme GT3 review

Besides faster charging, the GT3 also features a more advanced OLED display. It’s not LTPO, but it has all the bells and whistles thing. The screen supports 112Hz refresh rate, Conversely to the more common 120Hz refresh rate, which is HDR+ certified (unlike its predecessor), higher brightness and higher resolution.

Realme GT3 specs at a glance:

      Subject: 100.9x 60. 8×8. 9mm, 112g; front and rear glass , Plastic frame; Luminous RGB (back).

    • show: 6.50″ AMOLED, 1B Color, 100 Hertz, HDR +, 199 nits (typical), 766 nits nits(HBM), 1240 nits(peak), 1200x2772px resolution, .:9 aspect ratio, 199ppi.
        Chipset: Qualcomm SM8475 Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4 nm): Octa-Core (1×3.09 GHz Cortex-X2 and 3×2. 50 GHz Cortex-A510 & 4×1 .56 GHz C ortex-A451); Epinephrine512. memory: 80GB 8GB RAM, 199GB 010 GB RAM, 199 GB 012 GB RAM, 500GB 010GB RAM, 1TB , UFS 3.1.

          Operating System/Software:

        Android 13, Realme UI 4.0. Rear Camera: Wide Angle (Primary) Realme GT3 review: 25 MP, f/1.9, 23mm, 1/1.19”, 1.0µm, PDAF, OIS; Ultra Wide Angle : 8 MP, f/2.2, 13 mm, 60˚, 1/4.0″, 1. Microns; Macro Realme GT3 review: 2 MP, f/3.3, 012 mm (microscope).

      • Front camera: 012 MP, f/2.5, 50mm(width), 1/3.,”, 1.0µm.
      • Video capture:

      Rear camera Realme GT3 review: [email protected]/23fps, [email protected]/50fps, gyroscope-EIS; Front camera: [email protected], gyroscope EIS. Battery: 2772mAh;144W Wired, PD, 1-19% Within 4 minutes, 1-100% exist minutes (advertising). Miscellaneous: Fingerprint reader (under display, optical); IR port; Stereo speakers.

      With the new generation using Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, we It would be nice to see a Plus variant of the chipset, as the GT2 uses the standard Snapdragon It’s worth noting that the GT3 isn’t the top flagship model in Realme’s lineup, so it’s expected to use last year’s flagship chipset. It’s a powerful chipset that can handle anything you throw at it. Also, we bet most users won’t notice a difference in performance between SD8 Gen 1 and SD8 Gen 2 in day-to-day use.


      In the camera department, not much has changed, mostly good news. Primary Sony IMX 766 19 MP sensor with OIS will stay, the usual suspects will join Yes, the 8MP ultra-wide shooter, but the rather useless macro unit has been replaced by a micro lens, which is a little better. It can take some nice close-ups.

      Last but not least, the GT3 now sports a very different design from its predecessor, with a huge camera island and customizable RGB LED lighting on the back, Realme Call it Pulse Interface Design. It might be useful for those who miss the deprecated LED notification lights in modern smartphones.




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