Rumor | Realme is about to unleash the GT Neo2 on the European market
Realme's Neo2 is the third and latest member of the OEM's new high-end GT series. On this occasion, the performance-focused line has produced a device with a novel triple-lens camera hump, rated to pioneer (industrial) diamond-enriched thermal paste for Android smartphones to boot. Now, it seems this handset is nearly ready to leave its domestic shores for a new market.
The blog MySmartPrice claims to have had "exclusive" word that Realme Europe intends to further expand its portfolio with an imminent launch for the 2nd-gen Neo. It is slated to bring its Snapdragon 870 platform to this new region in the same updated chassis as before.
The GT Neo2 is also now said to do so in 2 main SKUs: one with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, and another with a top-end 12GB of RAM and 256GB in storage, despite the fact it has different options, some with 6GB of RAM, on its Chinese sales page.
On that note, Realme is also now thought to port another signature feature of the Neo2 to its European units: yes, that novel Black Mint colorway may be unleashed on a new audience soon. Then again, consumers who might prefer fewer racing stripes in their new smartphone may also avail of its more subtle black and blue finishes.
The 8GB GT Neo2 goes for 2,499 yuan (~US$388) at present; however, that price-tag may mutate into one of €369 (~$429) on the phone's European debut. The top-end model, on the other hand, may go for up to €459 (~$533); nevertheless, this is still reasonable for a potential 12GB smartphone in this context.
Finally, an additional international launch for the Realme GT Neo2 is also now on the cards. This one is slated to take place in India, which may imply another wholly different pricing scheme for the phone in that case.