Realme GT Neo 6 SE likely to launch next week

For the past few days, Realme has been teasing the arrival of the Realme GT Neo 6 SE. However, it is yet to officially confirm the launch date. Today, it rolled out the following poster to hint that the GT Neo 6 SE will debut next week in China.

Last month, OnePlus announced the OnePlus Ace 3 as the world’s first Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 phone in China. The GT Neo 6 SE will be the second smartphone to feature it.

Realme GT Neo 6 SE launch timeframe

While Realme has revealed only a few details about the display of the GT Neo 6 SE, the rumour mill has already leaked a lot of details. As per reports, the smartphone will come equipped with a 6.78-inch BOE 8T LTPO panel that offers a 1.5K resolution of 2780 x 1264 pixels and a 120Hz refresh rate. The screen promises a peak brightness of 6,000 nits.

The GT Neo 6 SE’s topmost variant is likely to offer 16 GB of LPDDR5x RAM and 1 TB of UFS 4.0 storage. The device is likely to pack a 5,500mAh battery with 100W or 120W fast charging. It will have a 50-megapixel main camera with OIS support. It is likely to run on Android 14, with a layer of Realme UI 5 on top.

According to reports, the Realme GT Neo 6 SE will also be released on the global market. However, instead of the Neo branding, the company is likely to launch with the Realme GT 6 moniker.

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