Realme GT 6T Review

Shruti Govil
Shruti Govil June 5, 2024
Updated 2024/06/04 at 3:42 PM

After more than a two-year break, Realme has finally released the Relame GT 6T, the most recent model in its GT line. In its pricing range, the new Realme GT 6T is providing a good value. 


Smudges are common with the glossy dual-tone surface on the phone. The phone is more aesthetically pleasing because of its plastic construction and curved screen form factor.

The phone has three separate rings on the back for the LED flash and the cameras. The smartphone has a USB Type-C port at the bottom edge, sandwiched between a speaker grille and a SIM ejector tray. The earpiece produces stereo audio output and doubles as a backup speaker. 

An infrared blaster that the firm includes allows control over appliances that are compatible.

The selfie camera has a hole-punch cutout. The fingerprint sensor is positioned on the screen, and it works effectively. An impressive feature for a mid-range smartphone, the Realme GT 6T has IP65 dust and water resistance and is shielded by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2 for scratch resistance.


The 6.78-inch AMOLED display of the Realme GT 6T has a refresh rate of 120Hz. The 6,000 nits of peak brightness is one of its most notable characteristics. Clear visibility is possible even in bright outdoor conditions thanks to the display’s high brightness mode, which can reach 1,600 nits. Under normal usage, the display gives a usual brightness of 1,000 nits.

With a resolution of 2780×1264, the display produces images that are crisp and detailed.


Another excellent feature of the Realme GT 6T’s display is color performance. With brilliant and accurate colors, it offers 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color spectrum. More subtle and realistic visuals are produced by the display’s ability to render 1.07 billion colors thanks to the 10-bit color depth.


Based on Android 14, Realme UI 5.0 powers the Realme GT 6T. Software upgrades for up to four years and security updates for three years are guaranteed by the company.


Based on TSMC’s highly efficient 4nm technology, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 powers the Realme GT 6T. With an Adreno 732 GPU operating at 950MHz, this chipset combines four Kryo Gold cores at 2.6GHz, three Kryo Silver cores at 1.9GHz, and one Kryo Prime core at 2.8GHz.

To protect sensitive information like passwords and fingerprints, the smartphone has a firewall system and an independent privacy security chip. The Realme GT 6T is a formidable competitor in its pricing range thanks to its generous performance and storage capacities, which come in memory and storage configurations of 8GB + 128GB, 8GB + 256GB, 12GB + 256GB, and 12GB + 512GB.

Overview of Camera

A 50MP Sony LYT600 primary sensor with an f/1.88 aperture and a 1/1.953-inch size is part of the dual-camera setup. Even in difficult lighting conditions, our primary sensor’s 12.5MP default setting produces photos with excellent clarity and vivid color reproduction. The camera’s inclination for warmer tones gives images a pleasing touch, although there is room for improvement in terms of dynamic range.

An 8MP ultra-wide lens with an f/2.2 aperture and a 112-degree field of view (FoV) serves as the secondary camera.

The Realme GT 6T has a 32MP front camera with a punch-hole design for taking selfies. This camera produces photos with precise skin tones and a high degree of facial detail. The front camera’s portrait mode does a great job in well-lit environments, with minimal distortion and excellent edge identification, however low light performance suffers a little.


The enormous 5,500mAh battery within the Realme GT 6T. With moderate use, the phone can comfortably last for a day and a half on such a powerful battery. Regarding charging, Realme has included a 120W rapid charging feature that enables the phone to reach 100% capacity in 35–40 minutes.

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