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This new Realme phone will have cool RGB lighting

Realme released teasers of their new Realme Gt neo 5 ahead of launch. The phone is set to launch on February 9 with an interesting new feature. It will have RGB lights on the back. Apart from looking cool the lights will also have some functionality to them. The design looks to be inspired by the Nothing glyph interface.

This new RGB breathing lights on the Realme GT Neo 5 is officially named “Awakening Halo System”, which supports 25-color Customization. If we compare this to the Nothing glyph interface the Realme Halo system is much better because Nothing glyph interface is only one color.

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According to Debayan Roy (Gadgetsdata) on Twitter the Realme Neo 5 RGB light works as Notification light. It lights up as Yellow when gaming, Red when the battery is low, Orange when GT mode on, Violet for incoming calls and Green for a message.

Photo of the Realme Gt Neo 5

Apart from the RGB lights, other features of the phone are also top notch. The device will have a 6.74″ 1.5K OLED 10bit display with 144Hz refresh rate, 2160Hz PWM dimming.

The phone will have last year’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset with 8/12/16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and upto a 1TB of UFS 3.1 storage. The phone will have Android 13 out of the box.

The phone is tipped to have a 50MP IMX890 main sensor with OIS+8MP ultra wide+2MP macro camera. It will feature a 16MP front camera for selfies.

Some other features of the device includes a 4600mAh battery with 240 watt of insane fast charging. The phone will have WiFi 6 and BT 5.3. The phone is 8.9mm thick and weighs in at 199 grams.

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Judging by the promotional videos it looks like Realme is promoting the device as a gaming centric phone but the phone doesn’t have any gaming specific features like some special cooling system or air trigger’s on the side.

 

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