Realme GT Neo was reportedly noticed on India’s IMEI database, the Bureau of Indian Requirements (BIS) certification web site, and the Geekbench benchmarking web site, so it seems just like the cellphone may hit the market quickly. The cellphone will likely be a part of the Realme GT collection, which started with the launch of the Realme GT 5G in China earlier this month. Though the Realme GT 5G has not but come to India as a consequence of these listings, it’s protected to imagine that the Realme GT Neo will likely be launched within the nation quickly. The Realme GT is slated to launch in China on March 31st.
Realme first teased the Realme GT Neo when the Realme GT launched earlier this month. Final week it was introduced that the Realme GT Neo will likely be launched in China on March 31st.
Tipper Mukul Sharma tweeted considered over the cellphone in India’s IMEI database. A Realme cellphone with the mannequin quantity RMX303, believed to be the Realme GT Neo, was reportedly listed within the database. He additionally introduced that the identical mannequin quantity was found on the BIS certification website in addition to on Geekbench. The Indian IMEI and BIS entries counsel the cellphone will begin up within the nation and will not arrive in China till the identical day, Wednesday March 31st. Neither of those two entries offers additional particulars in regards to the cellphone.
The Geekbench record in query reveals the identical mannequin quantity with Android 11, 6GB, and 8GB of RAM, in addition to a MediaTek Dimensity SoC that we all know from the corporate’s teaser, the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC. The cellphone scored 970 factors in single-core and a pair of,812 factors in multi-core efficiency checks.
Realme didn’t launch the Realme GT 5G in India and in addition launched details about a launch of the Realme GT Neo in India. The Realme GT Neo will launch in China on March 31st at 2:30 p.m. CST (12:00 p.m. IST).
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