The Realme GT Neo 2 sub-flagship turned out to be one of the leaders in the DxOMark ranking, where the smartphone’s power subsystem is assessed.
The device scored 94 points, only 2 points behind the leader in the person of Oppo Reno6, but 5 points ahead of the closest pursuer in the person of the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Recall that within this category, the source experts evaluate both autonomy and charging speed, so 94 points for Realme GT Neo 2 does not mean that it is more autonomous than Apple’s flagship with its 89 points, it just takes much longer for the latter to charge.
At the same time, Realme GT Neo 2 performed very well in terms of autonomy, lasting 2 days and 12 hours. But where the smartphone is doing just fine is in the charging speed. In just 25 minutes, the device gains 80%, and fully charges in 41 minutes. For comparison, the same iPhone 13 Pro Max boasts an autonomy of 2 days and 20 hours, but even up to 80% is charged for an hour.