Realme brings its “flagship killer,” the GT 6, to international markets

Realme brings its “flagship killer,” the GT 6, to international markets
Realme has been teasing its new “flagship killer,” the GT 6, for quite a while. Today, the company formally introduced its new high-end phone and detailed many of the specs that we already knew about.

The GT 6 is one of the not so many smartphones equipped with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor, which puts it in a rather unique category: semi-flagships.

Regardless of that, the Realme GT 6 is fairly well specced, although we can’t say the same thing about pricing. For instance, customers in Europe can purchase the Realme GT 6 for as low as €600 or as high as €800, depending on the model.

In India, the same phone costs between Rs 35,999 (€400/$430) and Rs 39,999 (€450/$480), which is a huge difference. Still, if you’re determined to get Realme’s new phone here is what to expect in terms of hardware.

First off, different variants based on the amount of memory are now available for purchase. The cheapest model comes with 8/256GB, while the two other versions pack 12/256GB and 16/512GB, respectively.

Realme GT 6 boasts a stunning 6.78-inch AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, 6,000 nits of peak brightness, and Gorilla Glass Victus 2 protection. On the inside, the phone packs a large 5,500 mAh battery with 120W fast charging support, which promises to retain 80 percent of capacity even after 1,600 charge cycles (four years of daily charging).

Another selling point of Realme’s flagship killer is the triple camera. The GT 6 comes with a 50-megapixel main camera (1/1.4-inch Sony-LYT808 sensor), which features OIS (optical image stabilization) and PDAF.

A second 50-megapixel telephoto camera (f/2.0) is included too, which features a 1/2.8-inch sensor. Finally, Realme’s GT 6 has a third 8-megapixel (f/2.2) ultra-wide camera on the back. On the front side, the GT 6 features a 32-megapixel selfie snapper with fixed focus.

Software-wise, Realme GT 6 runs on Android 14 and features a bunch of AI-related features for camera and photo editing, which is why the company opted for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chipset.

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