Realme GT Neo 2 comes with Android OS version 11 with realme UI V2.0 skin. The display is secured from scratches by Gorilla Glass 5, which is the standard for modern devices.
However, the back panel is made from plastic, that’s unusual for phones manufactured in recent times. But, for now, I don’t have any doubts. At the very least, this is something that stands out against the backdrop of glass-based devices.
The box for Realme GT Neo 2 is simply massive. Even though it’s not all that full with accessories. The box is packed with the USB cord, the 65W power adapter the case, documentation along with a SIM needle.
In addition the case is impervious to fingerprints. They are not completely gone however, this isn’t an extremely smudge-proof device. fingerprints don’t appear as prominently. The weight and thickness of the phone is within a reasonable range. Its ergonomics are excellent.
Phone is extremely comfortable.The main camera is made up of three separate modules. The cameras are placed on a tiny rectangular platform that is constructed to match the color of the case, and has a glossy design. It has two LEDs on the flash.
The flash shines very brightly and is very suitable for use as a flashlight. Realme GT Neo 2 can record video at 2160p resolution and 60 frames per second.The screen’s size can be described as 6.62 inches. Resolution: 2400×1080 pixels (E4 AMOLED) with a pixel density of 397 PPI.
The maximum intensity is around 1300nits and that’s an all-time record for its price. In the iPhone 13 Pro Max, the maximum brightness when in HDR mode is 1200 nits.
The Realme GT Neo 2 has the capacity of 5000 mAh and is among the most notable upgrades to this phone in comparison to other GTs that have been designed to be lightweight, thin and small.