Comparing Realme GT 6T vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: which is the better mid-ranger around Rs 35,000?

Realme launched its first GT-series phone after a two-year hiatus, the Realme GT 6T. It’s also India’s first Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 SoC-powered smartphone. The Realme GT 6T starts at Rs 30,999 in India, and in this price range, the Motorola Edge 50 Pro makes a great alternative to the Realme GT 6T. 

In this post, we’ll walk you through each aspect of both devices to help you decide which smartphone is better for you–the Realme GT 6T or Motorola Edge 50 Pro. 

Motorola Edge 50 Pro vs Realme GT 6T: specs at a glance


Motorola Edge 50 Pro

Realme GT 6T 


6.7-inch 1.5K pOLED panel, 144Hz refresh rate, 1300 nits, 446ppi, 1220×2712 resolution

6.78-inch 1.5K AMOLED panel, 120Hz refresh rate, 1200 nits, 446ppi, 1220×2712 resolution


161.1 x 72.4 x 8.2 mm

162 x 75.1 x 8.7 mm





Android 14

Android 14-based Realme UI 5.0

Rear camera

50MP primary, 10MP macro, 13MP depth

50MP primary, 8MP ultrawide

Front-facing camera

50MP selfie shooter

32MP selfie snapper

Video capture

4K at 30fps

4K at 60fps


Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 3

Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3

Battery & charging

4,500mAh battery, 68W/125W charging, 50W wireless, 10W reverse

5,500mAh battery, 120W charging


8GB/12GB RAM and 256GB storage UFS 2.2

8GB/12GB RAM and 128GB UFS 3.1 and 256GB/512GB UFS 4.0 storage 


Luxe Lavender, Black Beauty, Moonlight Pearl, Vanilla Cream

Fluid Silver, Razor Green

Motorola Edge 50 Pro vs Realme GT 6T: Price in India

Motorola Edge 50 Pro

Realme GT 6T 

Rs 30,999 for 8GB/128GB

Rs 31,999 for 8GB/256GB

Rs 32,999 for 8GB/256GB

Rs 35,999 for 12GB/256GB

Rs 35,999 for 12GB/256GB

Rs 39,999 for 12GB/512GB

Motorola Edge 50 Pro vs Realme GT 6T: Design

The Motorola Edge 50 Pro combines a stylish design with a sleek form factor. It features a curved screen and a vegan leather back, enhanced by an added fragrance. The phone has a sturdy aluminum frame with a matte finish, making it lightweight (186g) and easy to handle at 8.19mm thick.

Motorola Edge 50 Pro Design

It is IP68-certified for water and dust resistance, suitable for all-weather use. The rear camera module with triple sensors and an LED flash sits flush with the body, although the sensors protrude slightly, causing a wobble when placed flat. It’s available in three shades: Luxe Lavender, Black Beauty, and a special-edition Moon Light Pearl with an acetate finish.

Realme GT 6T Design

The Realme GT 6T features a plastic body with a glossy dual-tone finish and a curved screen form factor, although the edges are not particularly sleek. The handset is 8.65mm thick with slightly flat edges to prevent accidental touches and ensure a good grip, weighing 191 grams.

The back of the phone has three protruding rings for the cameras and an LED flash, which can cause it to wobble when lying flat. It comes in two colour options: Fluid Silver and Razor Green.

Motorola Edge 50 Pro vs Realme GT 6T: Display

The Motorola Edge 50 Pro features a 10-bit 6.7-inch pOLED 3D curved display with a 1.5k resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, DCI-P3 color gamut, and 2,000 nits brightness. While reviewing the Motorola Edge 50 Pro, we found that the display offers an excellent user experience. However, there were some occasional accidental touches common with curved screens. 

Motorola Edge 50 Pro Display

The screen delivers vibrant colours, deep blacks, and supports HDR10+ for clear outdoor viewing. The 144Hz refresh rate ensures smooth performance, though it can adjust down to 60Hz based on content.

Realme GT 6T Display

The Realme GT 6T features a 6.78-inch 1.5k AMOLED display, notable for its peak brightness of 6,000 nits, though this level is only achievable in specific conditions to prevent burn-in. While reviewing the device, we found that it typically offered 1,000 nits to 1,600 nits brightness, ensuring readability even in direct sunlight. 

The display has an LTPO panel with an adaptive refresh rate ranging from 1Hz to 120Hz to save battery. It delivers vibrant colours, high contrast, and excellent viewing angles, and supports Dolby Vision.

Motorola Edge 50 Pro vs Realme GT 6T: Performance

The Motorola Edge 50 Pro packs the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 SoC under the hood. In real-world testing, we found that the phone performs smoothly without freezes, jitters, or app crashes. It handles multitasking and gaming well, running graphically intensive games like BGMI and COD flawlessly. On Geekbench, it scored 1,142 in single-core and 3,119 in multi-core tests. It secured 8,27,231 points on Antutu.  

The Realme GT 6T is powered by the all-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 SoC. During our time reviewing the Realme GT 6T, it offered fast load times, smooth multitasking, and the capability to handle intensive mobile games. It delivers smooth gameplay without stutters or frame drops and handles casual tasks well. On Geekbench, the device secured 1,826 in single-core and 4,544 in multi-core tests. It scored 14,50,949 points on Antutu. 

Motorola Edge 50 Pro vs Realme GT 6T: Cameras

The Motorola Edge 50 Pro features a triple camera setup, including a 50MP OIS primary camera, a 13MP ultrawide lens, and a 10MP 3x telephoto lens. The 50MP front camera with autofocus captures detailed selfies. During our review, we found that the cameras, validated by Pantone for accurate skin tones, perform well in well-lit conditions, producing detailed and sharp images with good dynamic range. 

Motorola Edge 50 Pro Cameras

In low light, the primary camera performs decently with well-exposed shadows and highlights. The portrait mode offers excellent edge detection and various focal lengths for natural bokeh and accurate skin tones. The front camera occasionally overexposes selfies but maintains a good balance of facial detail.

Realme GT 6T Cameras

The Realme GT 6G features a dual-camera setup with a 50MP main sensor and an 8MP ultra-wide lens. While reviewing the device, we found that the main sensor captures high detail and good colours with a preference for warmer tones, though the dynamic range is somewhat limited. 

The 32MP front camera delivers decent selfies with accurate skin tones, although slight over-processing can reduce detail. Portraits are generally good with excellent edge detection in well-lit conditions but struggle in low light.

Motorola Edge 50 Pro vs Realme GT 6T: Battery and charging

The Motorola Edge 50 Pro has a 4,500mAh battery, slightly smaller than its competitor. It scored 12 hours and 30 minutes on the PCMark battery test, but it is optimized to last a day with regular use. During testing, watching a 30-minute 4K YouTube video at 50% brightness and volume reduced the battery by just 4%. 

The 125W charger can fully charge the phone in 30 minutes. Note that the base 8GB variant includes a slower 68W charger, while the 125W charger comes with the 12GB RAM variant. 

The Realme GT 6T features a 5,500mAh battery with 120W fast charging, capable of charging from 20% to 100% in about 30 minutes. During testing, YouTube playback at 50% brightness and volume resulted in a 3% battery drop after 30 minutes.

Motorola Edge 50 Pro vs Realme GT 6T: Software

Motorola Edge 50 Pro Software

The Motorola Edge 50 Pro runs on Android 14-based Hello UI out of the box. It features minimal pre-installed apps, as it only includes essential Motorola apps and the Google suite but avoids third-party bloatware, maintaining a clean user experience.

Realme GT 6T Software

The new GT-series smartphone comes with Realme UI 5.0 on top of Android 14. Out of the box, it includes 52 pre-installed apps, primarily from Google and Realme, with additional third-party apps. However, you can uninstall them if not needed, ensuring customisation options as per your preference.


Both phones offer great value for money, and each has its own fair share of advantages and disadvantages. If you want a faster display, better cameras, and a clear UI experience, the Motorola Edge 50 Pro is for you. 

However, if you want better display quality, faster performance, and superior battery life and charging speed, get the Realme GT 6T.