Realme GT Neo5 will be released on February 9. In addition to the first mass-produced 240W second charge, the Realme phone today confirmed that the new machine offers a 150W version.
The 150W version of the Realme GT Neo5 will support a 150W light-speed second charge enhanced version, equipped with a 5000mAh battery, which can be officially charged to 100% in 16 minutes and has a long battery life.
This is also basically the same as the previous revelation. As a comparison, the True GT Neo5 240W version should be equipped with a 4600mAh battery. 240W full level second charge uses a three-way 100W charge pump parallel design, 20V 12A input, 10V 24A output, charging conversion efficiency of 98.5%. It also features a 12A charging line, which increases current-carrying capacity by 20% compared to the previous generation. The solution uses a 240W dual GaN mini-charger head with a single USB-C interface, which is only 5% larger than the previous 150W charger. The charging head supports 240W SuperVOOC protocol and is compatible with 65W PD protocol, QC protocol and VOOC protocol.
The True GT Neo5 will also be equipped with the new Ice Core dual phase change cooling system Max, which officially claims to have 6580mm² of the industry’s largest graphene micro-nano cavity phase change material and 4500mm² of True’s largest 3D tempered VC.
According to the previous information, the True GT Neo5 will be equipped with a new generation of Sony IMX890 OIS main camera, the first super cloud level anti-shake algorithm, and support the new Turbo RAW lossless computing photography. As for the screen, the GT Neo5 is expected to use a 6.7-inch 1.5K screen with 2772×1240p resolution and support for 144Hz refresh rate and 2160Hz PWM dimming.