After suitcase, Realme turns to DragonBall Z for special edition Realme GT Neo 2
Realme has hinted at launching the Realme GT Neo 2 DragonBall Z special edition in India and Europe. Know all details.
Over the last few years, Realme has earned a reputation for going all mad with design. The recently launched “paper” Realme GT 2 series, the suitcase-inspired Gt Master Edition, Onion and Garlic inspired Realme X, brick-inspired Realme X2 Pro, and so on. Hence, it will only justify Realme to do a DragonBall Z version of its beloved Realme GT Neo 2.
In fact, Realme had announced this DragonBall Z edition of the Realme GT Neo 2 in China long ago. Realme CMO Francis Wong has now put up a tweet asking fans in India and Europe whether they want the DragonBall Z edition of the Realme GT Neo 2 in their markets. Given that Realme usually ends up bringing these unique design to global markets, we can assume this coming to our shores soon.
Realme GT Neo 2 goes all DragonBall Z
If you had spent most of your childhood watchin DragonBall Z on the TV, you will be instantly familiar with the “Goku” inspired colour theme that this special edition Realme GT Neo 2 wears. It indeed breathes some “Superseyan” energy the rather bland Realme GT Neo 2. Given the special paintjob, this one could be available only on the top-end variants of the phone.
The rest of the Realme GT Neo 2 is likely to remain unchanged. That won't be an issue, given this being the one of the best phones Realme has launched in India in the recent times.
With its Snapdragon 870 chipset, the GT Neo 2 is one of the most stable high-performance phones in its price range (under ₹35,000). The GT Neo 2 also gets a 65W fast charging solution and a 120Hz FHD+ AMOLED display with 360Hz touch response rate.
In our review, the Realme GT Neo 2 scored high on raw gaming performance and a well-tuned Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 at the time. Lately, the phone is getting the Realme UI 3.0 beta based on Android 12. Cameras are, however, a weak link on the Realme GT Neo 2, an issue that the next-gen Realme GT 2 series is set to fix.