The exclusive Realme GT Neo3 chip increases the frame rate in games
According to Gsmarena, the Realme GT Neo3 3 (Realme GT Neo3) will be one of the first phones to use the Dimensity 8100 chip. However, the company’s vice president Xu Qi Chase revealed that there will be another noteworthy additional chip that helps the Mali-G610 MC6 GPU achieve stable frame rates and in some cases lower power consumption.
How it works is similar to MEMC (motion estimation and compensation) technology, abbreviated as Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation. MEMC is a processing layer that increases the frame rate to 120 frames per second. You may have seen the mentioned technology in phones and televisions.
Thus, the aforementioned chip can provide the best use of the phone’s high refresh rate screen by doing motion interpolation up to 120 frames per second. This feature also helps smooth out heavier games. Below you can see a video showing the performance of Realme GT Neo3 and the graphics chip.
Genshin Impact is a challenging graphic adventure game and First you can see how it runs unaided on the Dimensity 8100. On the other hand, on the second phone at the bottom, it shows the game with active interpolation running at 90 frames per second. Note that the video was recorded in slow motion to show the difference more clearly.
This trick is similar to what iQOO did with the iQOO 9. However, the said phone supports the Snapdragon 888 Plus chip. Realme is the first company to do this with the Dimensity chip.
The Realme GT Neo 3 will be the official phone used in the Honor of Kings national tournament, making it a more direct competitor to iQOO, which is the official sponsor of the HoK KPL league.
- Realme GT 2 Pro, the world’s first phone equipped with a 150-degree wide-angle camera, was introduced
Realme phone will be unveiled on March 22 (2nd of April 1401).