Realme GT 6T Confirmed to Come With 120 Hz LTPO Screen


Realme GT 6T

The Realme GT 6T is set to launch in India in the coming May 22. Days before the official launch, the company revealed the display specs of the upcoming smartphone. It will come with an AMOLED LTPO screen, which will feature a 120 Hz refresh rate.

Realme GT 6T screen

In addition, Realme has confirmed that the GT 6T’s screen will have a peak brightness rating of 6000 nits. While that’s impressive, you need to understand that peak brightness rating is actually pointless. Companies generally measure it from a very small area of a display. What’s more important is that this rating is taken while playing HDR content. So, this isn’t the brightness level you will see the screen getting to during regular use.

But yes, the fact that we’re seeing a 120 Hz AMOLED screen in a mid-range device is a good thing. Realme has also previously confirmed that the GT 6T will come with Gorilla Glass Victus 2 protection. This would mean better protection from scratches and shatters.

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Other Confirmed Specs of Realme GT 6T

Besides the screen, Realme has shared a good number of specs of the upcoming phone. The Realme GT 6T will come with Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3, which is the current fastest mid-range chipset. So, you can expect to get a snappy experience while running games and resource-intensive apps.

Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3

The Realme GT 6T will also feature a 5000 mAh battery. This means a decent runtime after a full charge. It has support for 120W charging too. That will make the phone go from 0% to 100% pretty fast.

Realme GT 6T

Worth noting that the teaser images of GT 6T that the company has shared hint that it’s a rebrand of GT Neo6 SE. That phone didn’t make it outside China, so the brand may just be introducing it with a different name outside the Chinese market.

Realme GT Neo6 SE launch 2

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