The Realme Neo 2 will launch in India next month

The phone comes with an interesting greenish-yellowish colour scheme.

The original Realme GT Neo is a Realme GT clone with a Mediatek Dimensity 1200 processor instead of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G. We may call this an “experimental phone”, as in Realme experimenting the performance differences between the SD 888 and the Dimensity 1200. Realme should have just made the Neo a variant of the original Realme GT, similar to the Exynos and Snapdragon versions of the Galaxy S series.

Nevertheless, the Neo was popular enough to receive a sequel. The new Neo also comes with a greenish-yellowish colour scheme that may be glow in the dark, similar to the Realme 8 series. On Twitter, CEO of Realme India Madhav Sheth created a poll asking when the Realme GT Neo 2 should be released. In addition to that, he created another poll asking what features should be present when the event goes live.

In India, the Realme GT Neo was confusingly launched as the X7 Max, but the new Neo won’t be launched as an X series phone, but instead would retain the name “Realme GT Neo 2”. This will 100 percent will not confuse casual customers. Realme explained that the X series would be replaced by the GT series, hence the reason why the GT Neo 2 isn’t part of the X series.

For the specs, it has your typical flagship killer specs: a tall 6.62in. FHD+ AMOLED with 120Hz refresh rate, a triple 64mp main camera complemented with an 8mp ultrawide and a 2mp macro. The selfie camera is 16mp. Instead of the Mediatek Dimensity 1200 present in the previous Realme GT Neo, the Neo 2 would be powered by the Snapdragon 870 instead. There’s also going to be an in-display fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm audio port, NFC, and a typically large 5000mAh battery with support for 65W fast charging that can be charged through the USB-C port.

So yes, this sequel is also pretty much a filler for the Realme GT series, with barely any changes, probably other than the greenish gradient and the SD870 processor. Again, Realme may be experimenting with performance differences between each and every release of the Realme GT Neo series.

Source: GSMArena