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Realme 6 is coming with MediaTek Helio G90T

One thing is common in Realme, they try to raise standards every time they launch a new phone. Recently, the company has provided us the MediaTek Helio G70 chipset with the entry-level smartphone Realme C3. So, every time we excited about the new launch of the company, as the competition is increasing no doubt Realme is more charged to disrupt the market.

Recently, in WiFi certification, there is a smartphone from Realme is listed with Model name RMX2001. It is predicted that it is a Realme 6 which is going to be launch by February end or March. But the exciting thing is that the model features the latest gaming chipset by MediaTek i.e. Helio G90T.

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So, it is going to be interesting as we will get such a powerful chipset under the 10k bracket. Also, the model will have Android 10 running on Realme UI. Helio G90T is an octa-core chipset built of 12 nm fabrication having clock speed up to 12 GHz. The Mali G76 GPU coupled with the chipset has a clock speed up to 800 Mhz.

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G90T is capable of 64 Megapixel sensors, so maybe Realme 6 can amaze us by presenting the first smartphone with a 64 MP sensor under 10k. Also, G90T with 1 TMAC’s AI performance, we are going to get a good combination of AI in a smartphone.

Helio G90T is a very powerful chipset, we see its performance in Redmi Note 8 Pro, and no doubt the chipset outperforms Snapdragon 730G even in Antutu scores we find a difference of 20k.

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Himanshu Parashar

I am a tech blogger and digital marketing expert. I started Techistaan to share my technical knowledge and to connect people with technology.

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