On May 4, Realme will introduce the vanilla GT2 in India, and the company is preparing a fresh launch only days later. The debut of the Realme GT Neo3 in the Asia-Pacific nation will mark the beginning of its worldwide deployment on April 29.
To cheapen the historical significance of the name, the press release confirming the date refers to it as “the D-Day.”
At MWC 2022, Realme CEO Madhav Sheth announced the GT Neo3 and it took the brand a month to make the phone public, introducing it in China first. As the quickest smartphone charger, it comes with a 150W option and an 80W variant that comes with a bigger battery.
Additionally, it sports a Le Mans-inspired paintjob, which was first seen in Indian teasers, indicating that it would be offered in that nation as well. A 6.7-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a 50MP primary camera, and Android 12 are also included.
A CNY1,999 version of the Realme GT Neo3 is available in China, however the 150W model costs at least CNY2,599. According to current currency rates, the luxury version is expected to retail for at least INR30,000 in India, which converts to $315 and $405, respectively.