Realme also said the main unit supports multi-frame synthesis technology (machine translated from Chinese), which improves the details of the pictures and lets you zoom in to an image and crop it without losing sharpness and clarity, essentially making it a “small telephoto” lens.
Realme shared a picture on Weibo as an example.
Here are a couple more photos shot using GT Neo’s 64MP primary camera.
The Realme GT Neo will come with Dimensity 1200 SoC at the helm, and while the company is yet to detail its specs sheet, it did confirm that the smartphone will feature 4D Vibrations and a 3D tempered liquid cooling system.
A few posters shared by Realme also revealed the GT Neo will sport a triple camera setup on its rear panel, and the smartphone will charge through a USB-C port placed at the bottom, which is joined by a 3.5mm headphone jack.
We expect Realme to confirm more features of the GT Neo in the days leading to its March 31 official announcement.