Realme GT3 review – The phone with the 240W charging
240W may or may not be part of the Realme GT3’s name, but as of posting this video, it’s certainly the phone with the most powerful charging yet, so it may very well deserve this badge of honor. Check out our video review to learn ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW about the phone’s top features, build and screen quality, battery life, performance, and camera image quality.
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00:00 – Intro
00:30 – Design and build
01:28 – Screen specs
02:27 – Stereo speakers test
02:44 – Under-display fingerprint reader
02:50 – Storage options
02:57 – RGB lights
03:13 – IR blaster
03:21 – Android 13 and UI
03:36 – Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 performance
04:10 – 240W charging test
04:53 – Battery endurance test
05:10 – Camera specs
05:20 – Daylight photo quality
06:13 – Low-light photo quality
06:47 – Selfies
06:58 – Daylight video quality
07:22 – Low-light video quality
07:32 – Conclusion
07:56 – Selfie video quality
0 to 100% in 11 minutes? Shiiiiiit. In a couple of years smartphones will charge in 90 seconds.
So the camera is on the compensated side.
It's time for $amsung to step up it's charging and put the [email protected]#&+'g charger back in the box!
I hate average battery phones (5000 mAh) because I hate to be charging all the time or near a wall outlet. Oukitel was the first company I'm aware of to make a smartphone with a battery of more than 20,000 mah, which is the phone I bought and am happy with (Oukitel WP19). After such a phone was released, other companies now also lunched two big battery phones, Unihertz releasing Unihertz Tank, and Doogee releasing Doogee V Max
Ain't nobody convincing me this will not degrade battery in hot climate
"Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly." -Proverb
Why you guys say you're from USA? and you are clearly not.
240w is so overrated. For me 33w or 67w is enough for some 4500mah to 5000mah phones. 240w is just scary😂
Once it used to RAM, now it's fast charging! Manufacturers surely know how to increase the price. 😆
I don't mind an hour of waiting for 0-100%… but fr, I want the HP jack and SD slot more than that of a super fast charge.
realme has made history with the 240W charging, pushing the boundaries of fast charge in smartphone industry. Hopefully more big companies will follow with faster charging and longer lasting battery. ⚡
Damn, the GT2 Pro still felt recent with the paper skin.
Personally I don't want a 240watt fast charger , instead of this I want companies to remove those 2mp scraps cameras and give us decent pairs of cameras
Still upset that realme did not release the 5000/150 variant to global 😑
I'll pass on this one🙌
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who made the intro should be raised
can you do a review on the oppo reno 8t 4g please?
I think this one isn't the successor of GT2Pro but the successor of GT Neo 3.
144hz also great.. Like it
you guys really need to go easy on the intro…it's giving me a seizure…
When it will launch in India🇮🇳???
Is it already globally launch?
Not good for pubg because I have snapdragon 8gen1 and it is lagging while playing pubg
Please, please make a video explaining what's going on with the different OnePlus models coming out now. Ace 2v, Nord 3, Nord CE 3 and there's more I'm sure ..
Microscopic? Pfft… More like microjunk. Same old useless camera.
A54 of Samsung Please
In China it's name is GT Neo 5 but released global it has name GT3…Lol
I like the closing statement, "If you're not specifically looking for the fastest charging, there are a lot of options that can provide more value for money" 👍👍
I bought the chinese version of this phone cuz its not available globally yet, last week. Gt neo 5
90% of ppl don't care about high speed charge. This model is overrated. Dessapointed.
I use GT2 and I wont recommend GT phones to anyone unless they want a budget video centric phone. Too many bugs and network issues makes the experience worse.
I had been tracking this phone for a few months before it came out. The more I learned about it, the more I was sure it would be my next phone. Until I saw the price. It made no sense to me. I'm now going to wait for something else, or for the GT3 to come down in price.