Realme GT Neo5: Second version with 150 watt fast charge
The Realme GT Neo5 arrives on February 9th with 240W fast charging. Today, a company executive shared a teaser image and confirmed that the Realme smartphone will also launch in a second version with 150W fast charging. The slower version has a 5,000 mAh battery that, according to internal tests, goes from 0 to 100% in 16 minutes.
Realme followed the same strategy with the GT Neo3 with a Dimensity 8100 chipset. The GT Neo3 is available in both an 80 watt version with a 5,000 mAh battery and a 150 watt version with a 4,500 mAh battery. Apart from the charging speed, both GT Neo5 variants should have similar specs. The chipset for the 240-watt version will come from Qualcomm, however, while the slower GT Neo5 will be powered by a Dimensity 8200 processor.
New OnePlus Pad teaser shows stylus and keyboard
The OnePlus Pad is expected to be announced tomorrow at the global launch of the new top-of-the-line OnePlus 11. A leaked promo video now gives a closer look at the tablet and some of its optional accessories. This includes a stylus pen and a magnetic cover including keyboard.
Unfortunately, there is no technical data for the stylus, but like most modern pens it should support variable pressure sensitivity. The keyboard case offers a trackpad in addition to the keyboard. It is attached to the OnePlus Pad via magnets so that the pad can be used like a notebook. However, the angle does not seem to be adjustable. So far it is only known that the OnePlus Pad has a display diagonal of 11.6 inches.
Tecno Phantom V Fold: Hands-on video, launching February 28th
Tecno today announced that the company’s first foldable, the Tecno Phantom V Fold, will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress on February 28th. Thanks to a tipster, the Phantom V Fold can already be seen in a hands-on video on Twitter. A Mediatek Dimensity 9000+ chipset takes care of the drive.
The short video shows a camera design similar to that of the company’s current flagship, the Tecno Phantom X2 Pro. On the side, the power button most likely also serves as a fingerprint sensor. In contrast to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 (test), the hinge closes completely without a visible gap. Given the global nature of the launch, the Tecno Phantom V Fold will likely be offered internationally as well. So far, only Samsung and Honor with the Magic Vs are serving the world markets.