Realme GT Neo 2 Lands in More South Asian Countries; Flagship Performance For Half the Price

Faisal Rasool

The global rollout of the Realme GT Neo 2 continues. The first international market where this flagship killer landed was India. And Realme has now brought it to Thailand in Malaysia. And it might come to other Asian markets, including Pakistan, soon. Another member of the GT family, the Realme GT Master Edition, was just announced nationwide too.

The GT series is meant to deliver all-rounder flagship performance that doesn’t break the bank. Realme GT Neo 2 is the brand’s latest attempt at this concept. 

The phone’s shell is multi-layered, reflection and fingerprint resistant, and silky to the touch. It comes in three finishes -- matte black meets bright green in the Neo Green, Neo Blue is iridescent, and Neo Black is elegant and clean.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 at the heart of the Realme GT Neo 2 can breeze through any gaming title or app you can throw at it. This mobile platform is an overclocked edition of the Snapdragon 865+ from last year paired with lightning-fast UFS 3.1 storage. Realme’s largest vapor cooling chamber keeps the phone from throttling.

The new addition to the Realme price list aka the GT Neo 2 packs a 5000 mAh cell for all-day battery life. To power the GT Neo 2 up, you get the cutting-edge 65W SuperDART charge technology. You get 88 hours of music playback and 8 hours of uninterrupted gaming out of a single charge.

The display on the GT Neo 2 is nothing short of flagship-grade. It’s a 6.62” AMOLED E4 panel made by Samsung. It can hit an eye-searing 1300 nits of brightness, a best-in-class contrast ratio, and an unbeatable 600Hz touch sampling rate. Its refresh rate auto-adjusts between 30Hz, 60Hz, 90Hz, and 120Hz based on the content rendered. Plus, a set of 360° light sensors smoothly adapts to the ambient light.

The camera system on the GT Neo 2 is capable but nothing to write home about. We’re looking at a cluster of 64MP wide, 8MP ultra-wide, 4cm macro lenses, and 16MP in-display selfie cameras. You get an endless supply of photography modes built into the default camera app.


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