Realme has earned its position as one of the top smartphones manufacturers worldwide. The company is known for delivering mid-range products packed with high-end features. A Realme device is ideal for those users who want a flagship device within a reasonable budget.
Realme was working on bringing a Google TV-powered streaming stick to market, according to recent rumors. The Realme GT Neo 2, a smartphone that packs a surprising punch for the price, has now been launched alongside the streaming stick.
Google TV Streaming Stick
The Realme 4K Smart Google TV Stick is the name of the streaming solution. This one stands out because it is powered by Google TV rather than standard Android TV. The only other streaming stick that ran the Google TV interface before the Realme streaming stick was last year’s new Chromecast.
Certain TV sets, notably those from Sony and TCL, were updated with this interface, but we haven’t seen much in the way of streaming sticks. The Realme streaming stick is not only the first third-party Google TV device, but it’s also the first Google TV gadget to launch in India after the Chromecast failed to do so last year.
GT Neo 2
The Realme GT Neo 2 was already announced for the Chinese market, so this isn’t exactly fresh news, but it’s now heading to India as well. The Snapdragon 870, which is essentially a repeat of last year’s Snapdragon 865 but an incredibly competent chipset, powers the phone. It will make tasks such as iPhone transfer a breeze.
A 120Hz display, a 5,000mAh battery with 65W charging, and up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage are all included. The higher-end model costs $477, so you’re getting a phone with excellent features and a reasonable price.