Realme’s GT 6T, Available For Less Than $400, Boasts The Brightest Smartphone Display To Date

In the shape of the GT 6T, Realme has released the new Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 processor for the Indian market. The SoC is positioned as the nation’s newest flagship chipset, even if it is meant for the sub-flagship market because it is comparable to the top 8 Gen 2 platform for 2023.

AnTuTu scores of roughly 1.5 million are anticipated for the 7+ Gen 3, in part because of a new Iceberg cooling system that features a vapour chamber that is an arguably astounding 10,0014mm2 in size. It works well with the “massive” 5,500mAh battery of the GT 6T, and its USB-C charging capability of up to 120W allows for SuperVOOC to operate at a faster pace than that of the more expensive OnePlus 12 or OPPO Find X7 Ultra from the same parent company.

The GT 6T also sports a new Nano Mirror Design rear panel in Razor Green or Fluid Silver, housing a 50MP Sony primary camera. It also launches Realme UI 5.0 with the OEM’s most recent software features, including a new Dynamic Island clone called the Flash Capsule.

However, its flattened 8T LTPO AMOLED display with 1.5K resolution and a new theoretical maximum brightness record may make up for the lack of wireless charging and Wi-Fi 7.

Even before “Instant Bank” discounts and trade-in rebates, the Realme GT 6T is priced at INR 30,999 (~$372) for 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. However, it can also be ordered as a 12GB/512GB top-end SKU for INR 39,999 (~$480, or maybe even less) starting on May 29, 2024 on