Realme GT Neo 5 to soon make its entry with the first 240W charger in China in February

Realme is now set to release its next mid-range smartphone. The Realme GT Neo 5 is soon going to be released in the Chinese market in February.

With the device, it has also introduced the highest charging power Type-C interface charger of 240W. With this charger, you can charge your device in seconds. It is the first flash charger with over 200W longevity.

It is said to feature built-in 6580mm² graphene phase change heat dissipation along with a 240W dual GaN mini-Charger supports 240W SuperVOOC protocol.

The charger is also said to have PS3 fireproof design with full-link security. Along with these 13 temperature sensors would be built into GT Neo5 for more safety.

According to the previous leaks, the smartphone is expected to have a 6.7 inches OLED display with a refresh rate of 144Hz. Powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor with up to 16GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. It would even feature the latest Realme 4.0 based on Android 13. Along with this, it would have a Sony IMX890 sensor with support for OIS.

Along with this according to tipster Sammy Fans, the Galaxy A14 5G will be available in four color shades including Black, Silver, Dark Red, and Light Green. In Europe, it would cost 229 euros for the 4GB+64GB.

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