Realme GT Neo 6 SE: TENAA Certification Reveals the Design

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Realme is currently working on their smartphone for the Chinese market, the Realme GT Neo 6 SE. The smartphone has already been leaked multiple times revealing the design language and more. Now, the phone has received a TENAA certification confirming the design that we saw in the leaked images. Moreover, this certification also hints that the launch of the smartphone is imminent. The Chinese company has currently stated a release sometime in April without giving a specific date. For now, let’s check out the new TENAA listing and explore more stuff about the design.

In the earlier real-life leaked pictures, we saw that the phone has a huge rectangular camera module on the rear side of the device. However, there was no exposure to the front side. Now, we also know how the phone will look from the front, thanks to the TENAA listing spotted by Ithome.

Realme GT Neo 6 SE: TENAA Certification Reveals the Design

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Starting from the rear side, this phone seems to be portraying a bold design, which aligns with the GT branding. On the front side, the smartphone will have curved edges. Moreover, the phone shown in the TENAA listing is black,  but it is also expected to come in a green color option.

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Realme GT Neo 6 SE: TENAA Certification Reveals the Design

The Chinese manufacturer has confirmed to use of the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 for the Realme GT Neo 6 SE. Moreover, the company has also revealed that the phone will feature an 8T LTPO OLED BOE display with 1.5K resolution. It will have fancy features such as up to 120Hz refresh rate, 6,000 nits of local peak brightness level, 1,600 nits of global peak brightness, and up to 1,000 nits of brightness in manual mode. Moreover, it will also have a 2,160Hz PWM dimming rate and a 2,500Hz touch sampling rate.

That said, the upcoming Realme phone surely seems to pack a lot of spicy stuff. Hopefully, more details regarding the release of the device will be revealed soon.

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