realme GT Neo6 SE is coming with Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 SoC


realme GT Neo6 SE

Realme has officially confirmed that the upcoming realme GT Neo6 SE will be running the highly anticipated Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 SoC. This processor promises to deliver flagship-level performance while maintaining efficient power consumption. Thanks to its architecture mirroring the powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. This news comes shortly after OnePlus announced the same chip for their upcoming OnePlus Ace 3V.

realme GT Neo6 SE: A New Mid-Ranger with Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 SoC

Benchmarks have shed light on the technical specifications of the 7+ Gen 3 SoC. It is expected to feature a 1+4+3 core configuration, with a single prime core clocked at 2.8 GHz, four performance cores running at 2.61 GHz, and three efficiency cores operating at 1.9 GHz. The Adreno 732 GPU will also be available, further bolstering the device’s graphical capabilities.

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Beyond the confirmed chipset, rumors suggest the realme GT Neo6 SE will boast a stunning 1.5K OLED display, ideal for crisp visuals and immersive multimedia experiences. A large 5500mAh battery will also be present, paired with impressive 100W fast charging technology for rapid power replenishment.

The company will also unveil the standard realme GT Neo6 alongside the SE model. This flagship offering will pack the even more powerful Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC (SM8635). And potentially support up to 16GB of RAM. With Android 14 likely pre-installed, the GT Neo6 promises to be a powerhouse for demanding users.

Both the realme GT Neo6 and Neo6 SE are expected to launch sometime later in March or early April. Giving consumers exciting new options in the smartphone market. With the SE model offering a balance of performance and affordability thanks to the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3, and the GT Neo6 catering to power users with the cutting-edge Snapdragon 8s Gen 3, Realme appears poised to cater to a wide range of user needs.

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