- Realme GT Neo2 renders in a gradient Blue colour have surfaced online.
- The handset has been officially confirmed by the company and is expected to launch later this month.
- Realme GT Neo2 will be available in Black and Blue colour options.
Realme GT Neo2 5G has been officially confirmed by the company and is expected to launch later this month in China. Thanks to the recently leaked renders, the GT Neo2 design has been completely revealed and we know the phone will be available in a Black colour option. Now, while we wait for the announcement from the company, Realme GT Neo2 official-looking renders have been leaked in a new Blue colourway, courtesy of OnLeaks in association with GizNext. The design of the phone is familiar with a punch-hole cutout for the selfie snapper, a triple camera setup in a rectangular module and an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Realme GT Neo2 design
The new Realme GT Neo2 renders show the phone will have a punch-hole cutout on the top-left corner for the selfie snapper and narrow bezels. The phone has a new gradient design in a Blue colour hue. The volume keys are on the left side while the power button is placed on the right side of the frame. The bottom edge is where the USB Type-C port, speaker grill and primary microphone are placed. The top houses a single microphone for noise cancellation during recording videos. The fingerprint sensor should be placed under the display.
Realme GT Neo2 specifications
The Realme GT Neo2 is said to sport a 6.62-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a punch-hole cutout. It is said to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 5G chipset paired with 8GB RAM and up to 128GB storage that should be further expandable. The phone runs on Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 custom skin out of the box and packs a 5,000mAh battery with either 50W or 65W fast-charging support fuels the phone. The phone has a 64MP primary camera accompanied by an 8MP wide-angle lens and a 2MP macro lens. On the front, it is said to have a 16MP snapper for selfies and video chats. The rest of the specifications remain under wraps, for now.