RealMe GT Neo 3T 5G: GOOD & BAD

Written by Rahul Makwana


RealMe GT Neo 3T 5G price in India starts from Rs 29,999 for 8GB RAM + 128GB storage in India.

It comes with 64MP primary, 8MP Ultra-Wide and 2MP Macro while there is a 16MP selfie shooter on the front

None of the cameras have the OIS, everything relies on EIS which doesn’t work the best. Again, I have to tell you, this is Rs 29999 and yet, RealMe didn’t feel the need to add OIS.

The stabilization is not good at all, the videos will come out stable if you’re standing in one place but if you move or start walking then you will see, a bit of shakiness while if you start running then the video won’t be useable at all.

The colors are saturated like any other RealMe, Vivo, or OPPO smartphone. So don’t expect the natural colors from the videos as well as from the images.

Talking about the 64MP Primary sensor, This is a bigger sensor and yet, it suffers a lot under low light, it creates lots of noise, and the images also come out soft.

The sensor works great under sunlight, yes, the images do comes saturated but still, the details are there.

Coming to the 8MP Ultra-wide, A smaller sensor doesn’t mean, it will provide bad images but in the case of RealMe GT Neo 3T, it provides bad images…

After using the ultra-wide lens, one thing is for sure, RealMe forgot to optimize the ultra-wide, they just added the sensor or used the sensor from Rs 15000 smartphone.

Now, forget the 2MP sensor, and let’s move on 16MP front camera,

Now, forget the 2MP sensor, and let’s move on 16MP front camera,

The 16MP front camera takes good mages under good lights but it adds lots of white colors and it will soften the human skin, it feels like ReaMe has added beauty mode within the stock camera app.

Concluding everything, I wish the phone had OIS and a better ultra-wide lens while RealMe needs to work a lot in low light photography, so they can call RealMe GT Neo 3T Rs 29,999 smartphone.

The phone comes with a 6.62-inches 120Hz p-OLED display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and 1300 nits brightness.

One of my biggest complaints is,

This is Rs 29,999 and yet, the front display has a big bottom chin while the punch hole is also bigger, so this feels like, they have used Rs 15000 smartphone design and added all premium features and that’s it.

The back and frame are made from plastic while the front is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

Overall, the AMOLED panel is bright and you won’t face any kind of problem while using the smartphone under direct sunlight. That’s the only positive point about the display.

No doubt the Snapdragon 870 is a well-optimized processor and it does work the best in almost all kinds of tasks, so there is nothing more to say.

Whether you want to play games or just use social media, you won’t be disappointed with its performance.

RealMe has also promised 2 years of OS updates and 3 years of security updates which mean, the device will get Android 13 and 14 Updates.

Performance Score – AnTuTu: 726007 – GeekBench: 3180 – GFXBench: 50fp

The RealMe GT Neo 3T comes with a stereo speaker but it does have a 3.5mm Audio Jack. The speaker quality is not that great, the 30% Value comes from the top speaker while remaining comes from the bottom speaker.

The speaker is good, no doubt about that but it doesn’t worth the Rs 29,999 price tag. It could have been a bit louder.

The device has a 5,000mAh battery that supports 80W fast wired charging support.

The 5000mAh battery will last for a day without any problem but if you’re a heavy user then get ready to charge the device twice a day.

Concluding everything, the RealMe GT Neo 3T has its Pros and Cons but the Cons are on the higher side when we see the Rs 29999 price tag, this would have been a killer smartphone at Rs 25,999.

Still, confused, do read my in-depth review of RealMe GT Neo 3T 5G by tapping down below.

*Images by techno ruhez