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Realme GT Neo 4 with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 tipped to launch next month

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The GT Neo 4 smartphone is purportedly being developed by Realme. Next month, the business intends to introduce it in China. It’s noteworthy that the product was last month posted on the company’s website in China and India. The most recent development is the disclosure of important information about the GT Neo 4 smartphone by reputable tipster Digital Chat Station. It is anticipated to make its debut as the Realme GT Neo 3’s replacement.

The Realme GT Neo 4 will avoid mid-range chipsets like the MediaTek Dimensity 8100, claims the tipper. The next device is rumored to instead be powered by a top-of-the-line Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU. It is stated that the smartphone has a flexible AMOLED display with a 1.5K resolution, or around 1220p resolution, which is halfway between FHD and QHD standards. Additionally, it will provide a 120Hz refresh rate and up to 2160Hz PMW for the number of auto brightness settings. The smartphone is anticipated to have a 100W quick charging capability. Remember that there were two different charging setups for the GT Neo 3: 80W and 150W.

Finally, DCS claims that the Redmi K60, which has not yet been revealed, will compete with the Realme GT Neo 4. Realme hasn’t released any official information on the GT Neo 4 yet, so we advise treating this leak with caution. In the upcoming weeks, we anticipate additional information to become available online.


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