Realme GT Neo 6 SE will receive a display with 6000 nits brightness, launch in April

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Realme GT Neo 6 SE will receive a display with 6000 nits brightness, launch in April

Realme and BOE have released a new display that will premiere on the upcoming GT Neo 6 SE. Unveiled at an event today, the display boasts a remarkable 6000 nits peak brightness and improvements in other aspects of the panel such as brightness, eye protection, touch sensitivity, and more.

What makes this display special is its impressive local peak brightness of 6000 nits, making it the brightest in the world. Although this is the peak brightness, the display offers a global maximum brightness of 1600 nits and a maximum manual brightness of 1000 nits.


Manual adjustment is especially relevant for users, as it is achieved by manually adjusting the screen brightness to the maximum level using the phone’s brightness slider.

The new display also supports the “gaming super HDR” feature, which delivers a superior gaming experience with enhanced dynamic range for stunning light and shadow effects.

While excelling in display capabilities, Realme has not compromised on eye protection. The new display supports a new 3+1 Pulse low-frequency flicker, 2160Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, and a low blue light function at the hardware level. Additional features include an adaptive display, sleep mode and paper eye protection to reduce eye strain.


In addition, the display uses industry-leading 8T LTPO technology, which provides smoother refresh rate transitions, lower power consumption, and faster display response times. Realme says the panel’s refresh rate ranges from 0.5 to 120 Hz.

In addition, there are some artificial intelligence features on board. Realme has introduced the so-called “Greenfield AI” eye protection function, which detects user fatigue and adjusts the display accordingly for different scenarios such as system interfaces, media content, and e-books.

In addition, there is an AI gaming eye protection feature that optimizes the display during games for eye comfort.

The display also offers an instantaneous touch sampling rate of 2500 Hz for a responsive gaming experience, as well as a “superior touch” feature that customizes the touch experience for enhanced game control.

This new generation of display technology will debut on the Realme GT Neo 6 SE, which is scheduled to launch in April. The company should announce more details about the smartphone soon enough.

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