Realme GT Neo3 Gaming Display
Realme’s new GT Neo3 will debut next Tuesday, the 22nd of this month, and these days the official is constantly warming up to this new machine. As the second phone released with the Dimensity 8100 processor, the Realme GT Neo3 is unanimously considered by the industry to be the strongest competitor to the Redmi K50.
The official release today states, “Performance trio, lightning fast! Equipped with Dimensity 8100 5G flagship core with excellent energy efficiency ratio. Support full-blooded version of LPDDR5 + UFS3.1.”
Besides the Dimensity 8100, today, realme previewed the GT Neo3 with a discrete display chip, which is Realme’s first dual-core phone and the first Dimensity 8100 model equipped with a dual chip at present.
Xu Qi, vice president of realme, said, Dimensity 8100 + discrete display chip, more powerful performance, and lower power consumption, take you to appreciate the new high frame gaming pleasure that you may never experience.
The Realme GT Neo is said to be equipped with a discrete display chip that can share the GPU rendering work of the performance chip. Through the MEMC motion compensation technology, it calculates the excessive frames between the original two frames of the game, increasing the excessive frames and thus improving the overall frame rate of the game.
With the operation of the independent display chip, the game screen can be stabilized at a high frame rate while sharing the GPU rendering pressure and reducing the power consumption of the performance core.
Some game scenarios are smoother with frame insertion, such as Peace Elite, which can be inserted to 120fps. The Realme GT Neo3, for example, can achieve 90fps with MEMC frame interpolation compensation, while reducing the load on the SoC.