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Realme GT Neo3 image leaks reveal a tweaked camera module

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The Realme GT Neo2 was launched last year with the Snapdragon 870 chip and a triple camera setup. It now appears that the company is planning to release its successor, the Realme GT Neo3 soon. A tipster on Weibo has shared an image of a Realme device, which he claims will be a part of the upcoming GT Neo3.

As per the image, the device has a different design with a slightly tweaked camera module. The triple camera system has the third lens is positioned at the bottom as opposed to the existing Neo2 camera placement.

Realme GT Neo3

Unfortunately, they have not yet revealed the complete specs of the cameras. Considering that it will be a successor to the Neo2, we can hope for a better primary lens, somewhere in the ballpark of 50MP or 64MP.


On the rear, it has a tri-color design with a mix of Silver, Black, and Orange. It has the Realme branding at the bottom. Apart from the design, the tipster reveals that the Realme GT Neo3 will come powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chip.

It will have a 5,000mAh battery with support for 100W fast charging technology. Realme has recently launched the GT Neo2 in Dragon Ball Z limited edition in China. Later on, the company has confirmed that the limited edition model will also reach the Indian and European markets very soon.

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