Realme unveiled the GT3 in February, and we recently heard that it will be succeeded by the GT5. Those rumors have turned out to be true since Realme has officially confirmed the GT5 moniker as it set up a booth at the China Joy 2023 exhibition in China, confirming the existence of GT5.
The brand also confirmed that the GT5 will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. While we await more details from Realme about the GT5 series, leakster OnLeaks claims the GT Neo 6 will be marketed as GT5, presumably outside China. That’s hardly a surprise since the Realme GT3 is a rebadged GT Neo 5 240W available only in China.
Realme GT Neo 6’s leaked render (Source: OnLeaks and MySmartPrice)
Two Realme smartphones with model designations RMX3820 and RMX3823 were recently certified by TENAA. These are believed to be the GT Neo 6 and GT Neo 6 Pro, and TENAA suggests these are similar smartphones with different battery capacities and charging speeds. Whether or not the GT5 Pro will be a rebranded GT Neo 6 Pro remains to be seen.
Source (in Chinese) | Via