The Realme GT Neo 5 is scheduled to be released on February 9 and will support 240W fast charging. Today, a senior executive at the company confirmed that the phone will get a second version with 150W faster charging by posting a teaser image on the company’s official social media account.
According to the testing conducted by the firm, the version with a battery that charges more slowly will have a 5,000mAh capacity and will take 16 minutes to charge from 0% to 100%. The GT Neo3 150W, which is powered by Realme’s Dimensity 8100 processor, is the company’s first smartphone to offer rapid charging at 150 watts. According to the results of our real-world tests, its battery of 4,500 mAh takes a total of 16 minutes to charge, so we are interested to see how the GT Neo 5 will compare in this regard.
Both versions of the GT Neo 5 are anticipated to have comparable specifications with one significant distinction between them: the chipset inside the 240W model was developed by Qualcomm, whereas the chipset inside the 150W model is anticipated to be MediaTek’s Dimensity 8200, which is a 5nm system on a chip. The capacity of the battery is also different between the two smartphones, but the most important question will be whether both handsets will leave China or whether one of them will continue to be reserved exclusively for the market.