Realme GT 6 Specifications Release date for International Version Announced

Realme GT 6 Specifications Release date for International Version Announced

The international release date of Realme’s GT 6 smartphone is set for June 20th. On the other hand, the Realme GT 6 models available in China and globally will be different. China might receive a smartphone that has superior hardware and is more powerful.

Many sources indicate that this global version is most likely a rebranded Realme GT Neo 6, which made its debut in China in May and is powered by a Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor.Nevertheless, specifics regarding these developments are lacking.

Realme GT6 Specifications Leaked

A 6.78-inch flat OLED BOE S1 display with 1.5K resolution is expected to be featured on the Realme GT 6, according to Gadget360. To ensure longevity and aesthetic appeal, the device ought to have a metal core frame. A fifty-megapixel rear camera on the smartphone might provide excellent images.

A 6,000mAh battery for all-day use might come with the Realme GT 6. When necessary, quick charging is possible thanks to its compatibility for 100W wired fast charging.

The latest leak indicates that the Chinese version of the Realme GT 6 may include the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 CPU, contrary to earlier speculations that said the global model would. The Snapdragon 8s Gen 3, Qualcomm’s most potent CPU, is used in several manufacturers’ flagship products.

The Chinese Realme GT6 is anticipated to make its public debut this month or in July. It’s interesting to note that, according to GSMArena, the smartphone manufacturer may have accelerated its launch because of the October Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 introduction. By releasing the smartphone ahead of schedule, the company hopes to seize market share and gain a firm foothold.

Realme Sustaining Momentum

Reaching 200 million phones faster than Vivo, Huawei, Samsung, and Apple, Realme achieved a significant milestone in November of last year, according to Counterpoint Research. Based on Forbes, the Chinese company is notable for how quickly it achieved this goal.

Realme and Oppo took a break in 2017. Officials from Realme say that it is mostly independent now. It’s noteworthy that Realme is owned by BBK, the same firm that controls Vivo, Oppo, and OnePlus, and that both use the same production line.

To combat the pandemic’s effects, Realme started a vigorous e-commerce campaign. In places like the Philippines, the brand rose to the top with extensive online marketing and partnerships with local businesses.

Notably, Realme’s enthusiasm to collaborate with other companies has resulted in the release of limited-edition phones such the GT Neo 2 with a Dragonball Z theme and the Realme 10 Pro with a Coca-Cola theme.

Realme’s reputation is further enhanced by the quality of its devices. The Realme GT 5 Pro is a fantastic value when combined with the iQoo 12. The GT 5 Pro sports Sony’s Lytia sensor and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 CPU, with a price tag of 3,499 yuan ($419) in China.

Notably, the flagship phones from OnePlus and Oppo are surpassed by the Realme GT 5 Pro. Realme, like other Chinese sub-brands, may eventually have to choose between staying value-oriented and entering the luxury sector in order to increase earnings, according to market experts.

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