belated. Realme GT3 is a smartphone that charges in 10 minutes. Now - globally!
As expected, a couple of days ago Realme launched its Realme GT3 ultra-fast charging smartphone globally. Nothing unexpected happened. Before us is one of the varieties of the Realme GT Neo 5 smartphone sold in China.
Realme GT Neo 5 is available with either a larger battery and slower charging (5000mAh, 150W). Or vice versa - the battery is smaller, but the charging is record-breaking (4600 mAh, 240 W). And Realme GT3 is just a copy of the one with record charging.
What do you need to know about this ultra-fast charger? What is she full ofStew charges a smartphone in just under ten minutes. That the manufacturer, of course, had to be clever with cooling. That the smartphone has already installed 13 temperature sensors. That the charging process, it seems, is being monitored by artificial intelligence (I'm in a panic). From interesting. They promise that the battery degrades to 80% of its original capacity in 1600 charges. Those. for four years with a ponytail if you charge your smartphone once a day.
Let's briefly go over the rest of the characteristics.
There is a lot of memory. From 8 to 16 GB of operational, from 128 to 1024 GB of permanent. There is no support for memory cards. (In the Chinese twin, the younger version is not 8+128 GB, but 8+256 GB, but this is for the version with slower charging. The younger version with 240 W charging for Neo 5 is 16+256 GB).
Screen. Also extremely cool. Though it doesn't seem to be LTPO. But AMOLED. 6.74" diagonal (109 cm²). Resolution 1240x2772 (451 ppi). Ultra-high refresh rate - up to 144 Hz.
Cameras. 16 MP front, 50+8+2 MP rear. 2 MP - proprietary microscope. 8 MP - millgift wide-angle module. 50 MP - the main camera with a quite serious Sony IMX890 sensor and optical stabilization. As usual, only a telephoto is missing to the title of a full-fledged flagship.
Other. There is an NFC module, dual-band Wi-Fi, Type-C, an IR blaster. The fingerprint scanner is built into the screen.
Of the curious chips - appearance. More precisely, a rectangle that can glow in different colorson the back of the device.
Image borrowed from Realme GT Neo 5
P.S. In my opinion, it's time to wind down this race of ultra-fast batteries.
On Realme GT3 there are already a number of reviews and first glances (including in Russian). I hide a few things under the cat.First reviews of Realme GT3
- Mobile-review.com: Quick review of realme GT3
- MySmartPrice: Realme GT 3 240W First Impressions
- TrustedReviews: First Impressions: Realme GT 3 Review
- Hi-Tech@Mail.Ru: First look at realme GT3 - the top smartphone with the most powerful charging in the world
- GSMArena: Realme GT3 hands-on review
Realme GT3 Key Features:ScreenAMOLED, 6.74", 109 cm², 1240x2772, 451 ppi, 144 Hz, 1B (10 bit) colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch HardwareQualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
3.19 GHz, 1 x Cortex-X2, 3 x Cortex-A710, 4 x Cortex-A510, Adreno 730 Memory RAM 8-16 GB, ROM 128 GB-1 TB, no memory card, LPDDR5X, UFS 3.1 Mobile Internet5G
EDGE Mobile networks5G
GSM Li-Pol battery, 4600 mAh, fast charging 240 W Dimensions163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9 mm Weight199 g Rear camera: triple, flash, autofocus
- 50 MP, f/1.9, 1/1.56", 1.00μm, Sony IMX890, OIS
- 8 MP, wide-angle, f/2.2, 112°, 1/4.00", 1.12μm
- 2 MP, macro, f/3.3, 20.00mm, microscope
front camera: 16 MP, f/2.5, 1/3.09", 1.00μm, Samsung ISOCELL 3P9, no flash, no autofocus NavigationGPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo OS Android 13, realme UI 4.0 SensorsAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Approximation, Light, Fingerprint scanner (screen), NFC USBType-C v2.0