Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Realme released the vanilla Realme GT3 this year, without a Pro version. Although this isn't a pure GT, as it's actually a rebranded Realme GT Neo 5 240W exclusive to China, its specs indicate that it is more of a successor to the GT2 for Western markets. Semantics aside, the GT3 boasts significant improvements in display quality, performance, and charging compared to last year's GT2. Its standout feature, however, is the world's first 240W charging on a commercial smartphone. Realme promises all-day battery life with just a few minutes of charging, while a full charge takes less than 10 minutes. We put this claim to the test in the following pages.

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Along with much faster billing, the GT3 also embraces a advanced OLED display. It is no LTPO, but it has all the whistles and bells. The screen supports 144Hz revitalize rate, as opposed to the more common 120Hz revitalize rate, it is HDR10+ certified (unlike its predecessor), and it is more vibrant and has a greater resolution.

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Realme GT3 specifications at a glimpse:

  • Body: 163.9x75.8x8.9mm, 199g; Glass front and back, plastic frame; Illuminated RGB (on the back).
  • Display: 6.74" AMOLED, 1B shades, 144Hz, HDR10+, 500 nits (typ), 1100 nits (HBM), 1400 nits (peak), 1240x2772px resolution, 20.12:9 aspect proportion, 451ppi.
  • Chipset: Qualcomm SM8475 Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4 nm): Octa-core (1x3.00 GHz Cortex-X2 & 3x2.75 GHz Cortex-A710 & 4x1.80 GHz Cortex-A510); Adreno 730.
  • Memory: 128GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 12GB RAM, 256GB 16GB RAM, 512GB 16GB RAM, 1TB 16GB RAM; UFS 3.1.
  • OS/Software: Android 13, Realme UI 4.0.
  • Back video cam: Wide (main): 50 MP, f/1.9, 24mm, 1/1.56", 1.0µm, PDAF, OIS; Extremely wide angle: 8 MP, f/2.2, 16mm, 112˚, 1/4.0", 1.12µm; Macro: 2 MP, f/3.3, 20mm (microscopic lense).
  • Front video cam: 16 MP, f/2.5, 25mm (wide), 1/3.09", 1.0µm.
  • Video clip catch: Back video cam: 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60fps, gyro-EIS; Front video cam: 1080p@30fps, gyro-EIS.
  • Battery: 4600mAh; 240W wired, PD, 1-50% in 4 minutes, 1-100% in 10 minutes (advertised).
  • Misc: Finger print reader (under display, optical); Infrared port; stereo audio speakers.

Returning to the front, we see the tiny focused punch-hole for the selfie video cam and the slim, in proportion bezels all about. Well, all-time low one is ever so slightly thicker, but not enough to ruin the balance. The bezels are definitely among the thinnest about.

Huge 144Hz OLED display

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Together with the new billing technology, the display is the greatest update over the GT2 from in 2015. It is currently bigger (6.74 "), has greater resolution (1240 x 2772px, 20:9 aspect ratio), runs at 144Hz, formally supports HDR10+ and has 10-bit color deepness. It is a flagship-grade display in all aspects.

The under-display finger print positioning is once again a problem - it is put too shut to all-time low side and requires some uncomfortable thumb gymnastics to open the telephone when holding it with one hand.

Overall, we suched as the new GT3 design as it is remarkably light for a 6.74-inch mobile phone with a glass develop. It evaluates simply a gram timid of 200g, and we were happily surprised by the minimally protruding video cam bump too. However, we would certainly have greatly valued the extra assurance of having actually a Gorilla Glass layer and any degree of official access protection, as these are commonly found in the same price brace. And although very pleasant to touch and immune to spots, the frozen surface is incredibly unsafe.

HRR control

The HRR control is a little bit of a mess. There are 3 settings - Auto, Standard and High revitalize rate setups. They are pretty self-explanatory, but in Auto, most system and third-party applications were secured at 60Hz or 120Hz at best. Just Msn and yahoo Chrome had the ability to saturate the complete 144Hz. In truth, the revitalize rate didn't exceed 120Hz, also in system

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Fortunately is that the software is incredibly fast to switch in between 60 and 120Hz when leaving the display still.

Switching over to High revitalize rate setting will secure practically everything in 120Hz. The software will not call to 60Hz, either. There is also a sub-menu enabling you to select in between 60, 120 and 144Hz on each application basis. Remarkably enough, just a handful of applications were "clocked" at 144Hz by default. In either case, this isn't a great service to the issue, as continuous 120Hz (or 144Hz) revitalize rate will drain the battery much faster.

We attempted requiring some video games in 144Hz, and it looked as if the display was performing at 144Hz, but the game's fps was less than that. Sadly, there is no dependable way to determine the real revitalize rate of the video game, as the display's revitalize rate respond to isn't constantly a sign.

In our illumination tests, the display performed wonderfully. In manual setting, the screen peaked at 478 nits, while in Auto setting, it reached 974 nits - sufficient for comfy outside use, regardless of the situation. And it is a small step up from the previous generation.

Color precision is great in 2 of the available settings, depending upon the color space. The Normal setting creates remarkable outcomes in the sRGB color space - the average dE2000 is simply 0.8, and the maximum is 1.4. For DCI-P3 content, you had want to use the Motion picture setting, which offers similar color precision with average and maximum dE2000 of 0.8 and 1.3, specifically.

The HDR10+ component is a little bit challenging, however. It shows up that just YouTube offers HDR-complaint video clips on the GT3, while downloading and install Netflix from Msn and yahoo Play wasn't a choice. The device isn't certified by Netflix yet, but we managed to sideload it and Complete HD video clip playback was available. We can't say the same for HDR. We hope that the GT3 obtains certified by Netflix eventually because the GT2 and the GT2 Professional still require sideloading Netflix from unofficial application stores.

Billing speed

Realme certainly has the fastest billing technology about, at the very least in the meantime, that's. Besides, points are moving pretty fast in this area. No word play here intended.

Improving its 150W fast billing procedure from in 2015, Realme presented a 240W-capable battery charger that the company phone telephone calls double GaN small battery charger. Actually, there is absolutely nothing "small" about the battery charger, but it is fairly small for what you had anticipate from a 240W block. Realme dealt with a customized USB-C to USB-C cable television to support the severe 12A present that is had to accomplish 240W of power.

Versus contending solutions, the GT3 stands up pretty well. In truth, it is among the best-performing devices in this regard, considering the price brace. The lower battery capacity has certainly affected the screen-on times adversely (the new display may have added as well), but battery life is still excellent.

Battery life

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Although the new GT has a smaller sized 4,600 mAh compared to its precursor, it obtained a greater overall endurance score of 117 hrs. However, the more recent model ratings lower in both screen-on tests but compensates for that with outstanding call runtimes and standby.

There are some additional software features targeted at protecting battery health and wellness. Smart billing, for instance, spots when you're billing at evening and will finish the last 20% right before you begin using the device and will stay topped at 80% until you do so. The Wise fast billing, on the various other hand, gives a bit extra boost in circumstances where you need your device to be billed as fast as feasible. We performed our testing in this setting.

Currently, when it comes to the real billing speed, it is not a surprise that this is the fastest-charging mobile phone we've evaluated up until now. We just weren't able to obtain the guaranteed 100% charge in under 10 mins, but it was shut - it took 11 minutes 16 sec to go from 2 to 100% (March 11: Upgraded numbers, after further testing) is still outstanding. Nonetheless, we found that the billing speed differs tremendously based upon the ambient temperature level. Watching the interior battery temperature level reading reveals that the billing rate would certainly taper off briefly once it gets to 47 °C. So if you manage to maintain the telephone in an awesome place while billing, you'll obtain pretty shut to the guaranteed 10 mins.

If that does not sound outstanding enough, in the simple first 3 mins, we obtained 47% of the charge up. At the 5-minute note, we were looking at a 65% charge. And in 8 mins, it was up to 77%.

And the best component is that the device was much from being warm. A little bit warm, yes, but absolutely nothing major.

With such fast billing technology, the company has presumably executed about 60 layers of precaution and ensures that the battery will keep 80% of its capacity after 1,600 billing cycles, which is quite outstanding. We noticed that the telephone does not obtain all that warm throughout billing as well.

And while the battery charger negotiates a exclusive 240-wattage at 20V/12A, it can also provide power over the global Power Delivery 3.0 billing procedure. This caps at 65W (20V/3.25A), which is pretty reputable power for most use situations. You can also charge some low-powered laptop computers sustaining PD 3.0. The telephone itself also supports PD 3.0 if you had prefer to charge it with another battery charger.

Realme UI 4.0's most noteworthy improvement is the new Aquamorphic theme, which offers a contemporary yet clean handle Android. It's a theme also available throughout OnePlus phones and Oppo.

Realme UI 4.0 in addition to Android 13

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

The Realme GT3 runs on the newest Realme UI 4.0 based upon Android 13, which isn't a lot various from the previous variation. Also the UI design changes are instead refined. If you've used the last 2 variations of Realme UI, you'll feel right in your home. And in situation you're production a shift from Oppo's ColorOS or OnePlus' most current OxygenOS, you'll find that those Android skins are nearly similar, sans some niche features.

Audio speakers

The Realme GT3 features a standard audio speaker configuration - one put behind the earpiece grille as it acts as an earpiece, too, while the various other is a bottom-firing one. This means that all-time low audio speaker is a little bit louder compared to the various other one, but that is expected.

Overall loudness isn't outstanding as we obtained -26.9 LUFS - an outcome just like last year's GT2, making a "Great" loudness score. And evaluating by the overall sound quality, the GT3 acquires the GT2's audio speakers as well.

In various other words, we found the audio speaker configuration to be good enough, with clear vocals and highs, and okay-ish bass. There is little to no distortion at greater quantities.

Along with the standard personalizations, the same sub-menu holds manages for the LED illumination on the back, which can function as a notice indicator, billing indicator when the gaming-optimized GT Setting is energetic. The LED remove isn't very bright, however, and it may be hard to spot outdoors. And you need to maintain your telephone face-down to see it anyhow

The Always-on display personalization options are found in the same sub-menu. There are great deals of designs to choose from, consisting of a bitmoji and a canvas, which you can produce from a picture. The Contextual information option is instead new for Realme, although it is been about on OnePlus phones for some time currently. You obtain appropriate information depending upon your present task on the Always-on - approaching alarm systems, conferences, present track having fun, and so on. The feature offers deeper integration with Spotify.

The new Media Manages as component of Android 13 exist, better computer animations (read much faster, much less obstructive ones), vibrant widgets, and improved notice and control centers also come as component of Realme UI 4.0.

And while we are discussing customization, Realme UI 4.0 is versatile when it comes to this. There's a whole Design (and Wallpapers) web page in Setups. You can change wallpapers (live and static), switch to various symbol packs, various fast toggles symbol forms, change font styles, and choose totally various shades that will change the whole Realme UI appearance.

And although the Wise Sidebar feature, particularly, isn't new, it acquires a cool new feature called History streaming, which allows you to play video clips from YouTube behind-the-scenes without needing to spend for Premium. You simply open up a video clip on YouTube, draw the Sidebar, and there should be a faster way there.

For better multitasking, Realme has incorporated a handful of cool features, none which is especially new, however. You can also minimize an application to a drifting home window, currently called a versatile home window, because it is very easy to resize it on the move. You can trade files in between the full-screen and versatile applications by drop and drag. Versatile home windows are available within the Job Switcher or the Sidebar. If an application works, you can do either of these or use the acquainted Split Screen. The supposed Wise Sidebar is here to stay, enabling you also easier access to applications of your choice, particularly if you have actually commonly used ones for multitasking purposes.

The launcher has practical homescreens, a simple and clean notice/toggles location, and an user friendly job switcher. An application cabinet is available, too, and it's as clutter-free as one could hope for. You can pull out of the application cabinet if you prefer. This time around about, the application cabinet immediately opens with the key-board ready to enter your browse. This can also be shut off.

The new large folders and vibrant widgets are available. Any folder can be bigger or shrunk. On the other hand, the new Realme widgets are not that many, but they revitalize in real-time and constantly show appropriate information.

Criteria efficiency

Unlike its precursor, the Realme GT3 packs the Plus variation of last year's front runner SoC, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. The chipset promises 30% better power effectiveness in the CPU and GPU division compared with its precursor since Qualcomm changed from Samsung's fabs to TSMC's (both are still 4nm, however).

The Realme 10 Professional also supports the RAM Growth feature. As apparent from the name, this feature allows you expand your smartphone's RAM - albeit practically - by using the phone's interior storage space. You can include from 4GB up to 12GB online RAM. This feature is energetic by default, and Realme has chosen 4GB for the default setting.

Within the Realme laboratory area, you'll find Dual-mode Rest Pill and sound. The Dual-mode sound allows you to connect both wired and cordless earphones and pay attention to songs through both. Rest Pill is an evening setting, which limits specific applications.

Although the under-display finger print technology is about for some time currently, and practically all phones launched in the last 2 years offer a fast and accurate opening experience, the Realme GT3 really feels rather snappier. The finger print location is large, and the scanner unlocks incredibly fast. A short touch is all it takes. Holding the finger print reader location momentarily after open will prompt you with faster ways to applications and activities of your choice.

Behind the ultrawide, f/2.2 lens rests the popular and affordable 8MP, 1/4.0", 1.12µm sensing unit, which is a little bit of a let-down because Realme's top mid-range solutions are overdue for an ultrawide video cam update.

Rather than a macro video cam, the GT3 embraces a 2MP, f/3.3 video cam with tiny lens. We've seen comparable service from Oppo before and it is a little bit better to have this rather than the dull 2MP macro unit everybody uses.

There is no change in the selfie video cam from last year's GT2. The 16MP, 1/3.0", 1.0µm sensing unit is coupled with an f/2.5 aperture.

Video cam

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The video cam application is the acquainted Oppo/Realme one. There are less

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- most of the settings are currently on the main rolodex, which readies.

The viewfinder in the default Picture setting offers AI Scene Improvement (also known as Chroma Boost or Charm Color) - it is such as a sophisticated HDR setting, which may pile several pictures to offer also further improvements in the vibrant range. Auto HDR is available, too.

Standard triple-camera configuration with 50MP main sensing unit

The GT3 acquires the main and ultrawide video cams from its precursor. The primary shooter uses Sony's IMX766 IMX890 50MP, 1/1.56" in dimension with 1.0µm pixels. The sensing unit is aided by OIS and supports multi-directional PDAF, and the lens provides a relatively wide f/1.9 aperture.

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Upgrade, Mar 13: The octa-core CPU is composed of the 1+3+4 core combination (1x Cortex-X2 + 3x Cortex-A710 + 4x Cortex-510), each clocked at 3.00 GHz, 2.5 GHz and 1.80 GHz, specifically. These are the kind of clock rates you normally see on the Non-Plus variation of the chipset, so Realme has certainly targeted at better power effectiveness for this model.

Of course, besides the manufacturing process, the Plus variation of the chipset has various other improvements, too. Apart from the CPU and GPU, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is also bringing a brand-new Spectra ISP, premium Snapdragon Sound and more power-efficient NPU computing. The ISP can currently record 8K HDR video video and video clip bokeh effect together with face monitoring at the same time. The NPU's abilities have been bumped up by 20% each watt.

There is also the Volumetric rendering support and improved power effectiveness throughout video pc gaming, and those alone in theory boost video pc gaming time by about a hr. Currently off to the benchmarks to see how well it prices versus the competitors and see how great Realme's application is.

2x zoom

The 2x zoom pictures are acceptable. The GT3 will do a good job for social media posting, but the plant from the main sensing unit will never ever get on the same level with a dedicated 2x video cam with lossless zoom. When you appearance shut enough, you'll find a fair bit of grain, loss in intensity and sometimes loss thoroughly. Notice the skies in the 3rd fired or focus on the interior examples. That is where you'll find most of the sound.

In more challenging interior situations, the GT3 is still carrying out wonderfully. Sound is maintained to a minimal, high-contrast scenes keep information in both, highlights and darkness. Intensity does not appear to experience either. Overall, the GT3 provides flagship-level picture quality with its main video cam.

Daytime pictures

Main video cam

The Realme GT3 offers a visible improvement in overall quality compared with the GT2 and is currently also better at taking pictures with the main webcamera. Stills have the tendency to be sharper and more detailed, also when compared with most of its rivals. Vibrant range is excellent, and the shades are pretty shut to all-natural. The direct exposure metering does have the tendency to get on the more vibrant side sometimes and color temperature level is significantly warmer compared to before, giving the pictures a little bit of an enjoyable, cozy ambiance.

Low-light pictures

Main video cam

As we currently explained, the video cam application habits is various from before, so there is no distinction in between the standard Picture setting and the dedicated Evening setting. So we'll describe the examples listed below as simply "low-light examples".

All the same, the overall quality at evening is outstanding - practically no sound, a high degree of information throughout the frame, wide vibrant outstanding intensity and range. You can spot fine information also in the darkest of darkness while the lights are well-contained and much from blown out. However, they may not be everyone's favorite, mainly because of the obvious artificial sharpening, excessively warm color high comparison and temperature level.

Tiny video cam

The native zoom is 20x, and some electronic improvement presses it to 40x. In our opinion, the previous shots appearance way better. There is a bit learning contour to it as you have to obtain truly shut to the topic. The LED is constantly energetic in this setting and assists with additional light, so your topic is well subjected. It is an awesome party trick and it is better compared to having actually a 2MP macro video cam.

Ultrawide video cam

To our surprise, the ultrawide video cam creates pictures with more vibrant shades and nice overall comparison. But that is about it. The examples show a reduced degree of information, inadequate intensity, limited vibrant range, a little bit of sound also in great illumination problems and there is visible color fringing. At completion of the day, the 8MP ultrawide video cam isn't a great in shape for a €650 telephone.

We must give at the very least some credit to Realme for production the ultrawide shots appearance at the very least good. Software optimizations have gone a lengthy way,

Here is how the primary video cam on the Realme GT3 heaps versus the remainder of the competitors in the controlled environment of our Picture Contrast Device.

Ultrawide video cam

Although the ultrawide video cam creates more true-to-life shades and strikes the right color temperature level, it is hard to suggest at evening. The sensing unit struggles to maintain proper information and intensity. Many thanks to the picture piling, vibrant range readies and sound is instead minimal.

Bear in mind that most of the scenes over feature warm lights and the software makes them also warmer., while the extra sharpening and the bright darkness make the entire scene appear like it is been artificially made. We definitely obtain that disagreement, however the vast bulk of individuals, the evening pictures will appearance great, particularly for social media purposes.

2x zoom

Expectedly, there is a considerable wear and tear in quality when shooting in 2x zoom setting, but not as long as we expected. There is definitely some loss in intensity and fine information but they are good enough for social media. The integrated Evening setting definitely assists with maintaining the sound away and preserving an appropriate degree of intensity.


The portraits behave, with lots of color, information, wide vibrant range and a great degree of intensity. However, the direct exposure metering can be a little bit off sometimes. Some of the pictures we took have too bright direct exposure, leaving the subject's skin too bright and pale. Efficiency is strong also in more challenging illumination problems with no trade-offs in intensity, information or sound.

Side discovery is excellent, however, despite topics on the foreground. We suggest taking greater than a pair of portraits to earn certain the software has chosen the right direct exposure.


Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

The selfies are unsatisfactory. They are way too soft, lack fine information and sound begins to sneak in in sub-optimal illumination problems. At the very least color, vibrant range and comparison behave. Still, the selfies leave more to be preferred for the price course and we do not see any considerable improvement over the last generation.

Video clip tape-taping

The video clip tape-taping options are the usual - up to 2160p@60fps, the ultrawide video cam supports just up to 1080p@30fps because of its resolution restrictions and EIS exists in all settings. Remarkably, there is no additional activity camera-like stablizing.

All the same, the overall video clip quality in 4K resolution is pretty nice. We see lots of information, the video clip listed below is sharp with an impressively wide vibrant range and true-to-life shades. The comparison, however, seems a little bit off.


That is the 2023 curse, phones are obtaining significantly more expensive, and you should overcome it. Perhaps we should too. But the truth of the issue is, the GT3 is way more expensive compared to its precursor, which in transform was also a little bit expensive at introduce. However, Realme offers a couple of visible improvements this time around about. You obtain a beautiful 144Hz OLED panel with official HDR10+ accreditation, albeit with HRR control problems, a more effective and current chipset and the world's fastest billing yet.

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Unlike various other innovative mobile phones, the GT3's fast billing is no trick. It is a practical feature that you need in your life without recognizing it. Of course, there is the disagreement that most of mid-range to premium phones currently have fast enough billing. But we guarantee you, a pair of mins is all it considers a complete day far from the connect because the GT3 has remarkably great battery life to start with.

But the GT3 opts for about €650, and you can find a fair bit of sub-€600 options, offering a comparable user experience. Better, sometimes.

Last year's Realme GT2 Professional is a fine example. Billing is slower, but not by a lot, it is a one-year-old model, but it has virtually the same chipset, probably better display and a better ultrawide video cam. It is presently valued at about €520, so if you're purchased Realme's camp, we'd begin with there. It is a genuine bang for the dollar this.

Xiaomi has the 12T Professional from the previous succumb to much less compared to €600. The video cam experience isn't always better, battery life isn't amazing either, but the display is comparable, the billing speed is just about 10 mins slower, and the audio speakers are better. It has a possibly preferred develop with Gorilla Glass 5 too.

If you're right into digital photography, there is no better option today compared to the Msn and yahoo Pixel 7 for about €530. Simply make certain you can use 5G in your nation before buying. Despite the lack of an appropriate telephoto video cam, the Pixel 7's main and ultrawide video cams offset that. The telephone is unparalleled in this regard, considering the price point. You also obtain a vanilla Android experience if you're right into that. The GT3's billing and battery life, on the various other hand, strike the 7 from the sprinkle.

Another practical option in the mid-€500 is the Motorola Side 30 Professional. A truly nice all-rounder with a Gorilla Glass develop an appropriate ultrawide video cam, a comparable 144Hz OLED display, decently fast vanilla Android and billing. Battery life is no place close to the GT3's, however.

And in situation you're ready to increase the price ladder, the OnePlus 10 Professional may show to be a far better option in many aspects. It is no slouch when it comes to billing (supports 50W cordless billing too), it offers great battery life, has a nice set of audio speakers, a costs develop, a complete set of video cams with remarkable ultrawide and a great LTPO2 OLED screen. This would certainly set you back anything in between €670 and €700. In brief, it is an appropriate front runner for simply a pair of dollars greater than the Realme GT3.


The Realme GT3 has a great deal to offer, and it is a reputable update over its precursor too. The fundamentals are protected - nice screen, effective chipset, lengthy battery life, great main video cam fast billing and efficiency. And as you might have currently picked up currently, the GT3 excels at the last.

But Realme's vanilla GT this year is much from perfect. We obtain the usual ultrawide video cam, substandard selfie quality, not the best HRR control rendering the 144Hz display virtually a 120Hz screen, and it is a little bit too pricey for what it needs to offer.

Perhaps it was the billing technology uniqueness, or perhaps it is simply inflation, but unless the GT3's price obtains better to the GT2's introduce price (€550) quicker instead compared to later on, it will have a difficult time taking on higher-end phones from in 2015.


  • Big and bright 144Hz OLED panel.
  • Fresh, fingerprint-resistant, light-weight design.
  • Great main video cam efficiency.
  • Excellent battery life.
  • Unparalleled fast billing.
  • Outstanding sustained efficiency and reduced external temperature levels.
  • Realme UI 4.0 is highly adjustable and runs on Android 13.


  • No access protection of any kind; more premium products could have been used.
  • No telephoto webcamera and dull selfie efficiency and ultrawide.
  • Expensive at introduce.

Realme GT3

Realme GT3 A Look at the World's First 240W Charging Smartphone

Also known as Realme GT3 240W


  • Technology GSM / HSPA / LTE / 5G


  • Announced 2023, February 28
  • Status Coming quickly. Exp. launch 2023, March


  • Dimensions 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9 mm (6.45 x 2.98 x 0.35 in)
  • Weight 199 g (7.02 oz)
  • SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, double stand-by)
  • Illuminated RGB (on the back)


  • Type AMOLED, 1B shades, 144Hz, HDR10+, 500 nits (typ), 1100 nits (HBM), 1400 nits (peak)
  • Size 6.74 inches, 109.2 cm2 (~87.9% screen-to-body ratio)
  • Resolution 1240 x 2772 pixels, 20:9 proportion (~451 ppi density)


  • OS Android 13, Realme UI 4.0
  • Chipset Qualcomm SM8475 Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4 nm)
  • CPU Octa-core (1x3.0 GHz Cortex-X2 & 3x2.5 GHz Cortex-A710 & 4x1.80 GHz Cortex-A510)
  • GPU Adreno 730


  • Card slot No
  • Internal 128GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 12GB RAM, 256GB 16GB RAM, 512GB 16GB RAM, 1TB 16GB RAM
  • UFS 3.1


  • Triple 50 MP, f/1.9, 24mm (wide), 1/1.56", 1.0µm, PDAF, OIS
  • 8 MP, f/2.2, 16mm, 112˚ (ultrawide), 1/4.0", 1.12µm
  • 2 MP, f/3.3, 20mm (microscope)
  • Features Dual-LED dual-tone blink, HDR, scenic view
  • Video 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60fps, gyro-EIS


  • Single 16 MP, f/2.5, 25mm (wide), 1/3.09", 1.0µm
  • Features HDR, scenic view
  • Video 1080p@30fps, gyro-EIS
  • Loudspeaker Yes, with stereo audio speakers
  • 3.5mm jack No
  • 24-bit/192kHz sound


  • WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band
  • Bluetooth 5.3, A2DP, LE, aptX HD
  • Positioning GPS (L1+L5), GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS
  • NFC Yes (double side)
  • Infrared port Yes
  • Radio No
  • USB USB Type-C 2.0


  • Sensors Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, distance, compass


  • Type Li-Po 4600 mAh, non-removable
  • Charging 240W wired, PD, 1-50% in 4 minutes, 1-100% in 10 minutes (advertised)


  • Colors Pulse White, Booster Black
  • Models RMX3709
  • Price About 610 EUR


  • Performance AnTuTu: 1074427 (v9)
  • GeekBench: 3898 (v5.1), 3980 (v6)
  • GFXBench: 59fps (ES 3.1 onscreen)
  • Display Contrast proportion: Unlimited (nominal)
  • Camera Photo / Video clip
  • Loudspeaker -26.9 LUFS (Good)
  • Battery life Endurance score 117h

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