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Realme GT Neo6 SE emerges as potential OnePlus Ace 3V rival in new leak

The GT Neo6 SE(?). (Source: Digital Chat Station via Weibo)
The GT Neo6 SE(?). (Source: Digital Chat Station via Weibo)
Realme is now rumored to launch its first Android smartphone with the new Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 3 (or 7+ Gen 3) SoC, a >5,000mAh battery and fast charging. In other words, it is slated to land as a clone of the upcoming OnePlus Ace 3V (or Nord CE4) - then again, it might look different and also have an exclusive edge over its mid-range rival.

 OnePlus asserts that its Ace 3V will rule the mid-range Android smartphone market on its imminent Chinese launch, thanks to specs such as a 5,500mAh battery with fast, flagship-grade 100W SuperVOOC charging and lightweight form-factor. 

The brand also strongly indicates that the 3V will dominate its space due to the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 SoC that might be exclusive to it at launch. However, according to a new leak, its crown will come under threat  from a veritable twin from a different OEM before too long.

OnePlus' sister brand Realme is indeed now slated to resurrect its GT Neo series, with the help of a 6 SE variant with the exact same internals as the Ace 3V. Then again, it is rumored to be the better option as it will be the only 7+ Gen 3-powered device with a class-leading 8T LTPO display on its launch.

The GT Neo6 SE might also split viewers with its appearance, however, with triple rear cameras set into a triangle of lens cut-outs set in a glass window that may or may not also support the GT series' Halo LED accents.

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The first leaked "GT Neo6 SE" schematic. (Source:)
The first leaked "GT Neo6 SE" schematic. (Source:)
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-03-19 (Update: 2024-03-19)