The GT Neo 6 is likely to be Realme’s next GT series smartphone to launch in India

In India, Realme might soon release a smartphone from the GT series. It is expected that the phone will be released in May. Expected to be packed with capabilities, the next realme GT aims to elevate the user experience to new levels. The upcoming phone from Realme has not yet been given a name, although rumors suggest it may be called the GT 6.

Realme is relaunching the sixth repetition of its GT Series in India following a two-year break. The brand’s sixth anniversary falls on the same day as the launch. Realme is aiming to become a “Top Performer” by concentrating on smartphone performance and going after India’s mid-high end market.

Industry-first features have always been introduced by the GT Series. For example, the Realme GT 2 Pro featured the world’s first 2K AMOLED flat display with LTPO 2.0 technology in addition to a bio-based polymer Paper Tech Master design created in collaboration with Naoto Fukusawa. In addition, the realme GT NEO 3 gained attention for having one of India’s first dimensity 8100 5G processors and the “World’s First 150W Charging Flagship.”

Based on a Geekbench listing, it is believed that the phone would run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC. This points to an elevated level of effectiveness and performance, which is consistent with Realme’s goal of providing powerful devices.

Reports suggest that the GT 6 will come in at least one version with a remarkable 16GB of RAM. This large memory capacity would provide seamless user experience and seamless multitasking, particularly for taxing tasks like gaming and content development.

Software-wise, the phone running Realme UI 5.0 sets a high standard and is probably based on the most recent version of Android 14, which is 14. Realme UI has received recognition for improving the general usability of Realme devices with its feature-rich customization options and user-friendly interface.

Another area where the GT 6 is expected to shine is battery capacity. An FCC listing indicates a large 5,500mAh battery that can support 120W SuperVOOC fast charging. The battery is divided into two cells, each with a capacity of 2,680mAh. Power users will find this combo to be accommodating as it offers quick recharge and longer usage hours.

A listing in the Camera FV-5 app raises suspicion about the device’s image capabilities, with a 50MP main camera sensor being mentioned. Realme has a reputation for emphasizing camera performance in its products, so the addition of a high-resolution sensor could enhance the device’s ability to take stunning pictures and record videos.

Further information regarding the phone’s identity and possible release can be obtained by examining the model number RMX3851, which can be found on the Indonesia Telecom website.

Additionally, there have been rumors floating that the GT 6 may be a rebadged GT Neo 6, which is expected to make its China debut on May 9. Among its notable features is the GT Neo 6’s IP65 dust and water resistance title, which, pending official confirmation, may also apply to the GT 6. Followers are counting down the days until the formal unveiling to see if the GT 6 will live up to the high standards these leaks and rumors have raised.