Realme GT Neo 6 series will be equipped with Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor and 1.5K screen

Realme GT Neo 6 series will be equipped with Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor and 1.5K screen

The latest news from the @digitalchatstation teepster reveals details about the upcoming Realme GT Neo 6 series devices. The series will be powered by the upcoming Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor (SM8635) and will feature a 1.5K screen.

Recent leaks have shed light on the Geekbench benchmark information of Realme’s new phone, the RMX3851. The device is expected to utilize the SM8635 processor, and the benchmark results demonstrate its prowess. Although the single-core score of 1512 points and the multi-core score of 3799 points cannot give a definitive picture due to variability, they hint at the device’s high-performance capabilities.

It is noteworthy that the processor core architecture includes 1 x 3.01 GHz Cortex-X4, 4 x 2.61 GHz Cortex-A720 and 3 x 1.84 GHz Cortex-A520 with the programmatic code name “pineapple”, which is consistent with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. For those who don’t know, the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC uses the same cores, albeit at a slightly higher frequency. For graphics, this chip comes with an Adreno 735 GPU, which is a slight downgrade from the Adreno 750 of the flagship Snapdragon 8 gen 3. If the leaks are true, the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 promises reliable performance that meets the demands of today’s mobile users.

Compared to its predecessors, the Realme GT Neo 5 series, the upcoming Neo 6 series promises significant upgrades. Last year’s Realme GT Neo 5 debuted with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, targeting mid-range consumers at a starting price of 2,499 yuan (~$350). Meanwhile, the Realme GT Neo 5 SE, powered by Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 processors, is aimed at the more budget-friendly segment, starting at CNY 1,999 (~$277).

Information from @Ice Universe hints at Qualcomm’s imminent release of the SM7675 and SM8635 chips, which are expected to hit the market in March. It is expected that both chips will be variants of the same architecture, codenamed “Cliffs” within Qualcomm.


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