Realme Powers up With a 'Dragon Ball Z' Edition GT Neo 2 Smartphone

The SIM card eject pin is a four-star dragon ball.

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Realme returns with its GT NEO 2, this time in a special limited edition Dragon Ball version.

Themed on the Dragon Ball Z saga, the smartphone reference’s Goku’s uniform while other details like packaging, a four-star dragon ball SIM card pin, collectible card, and stickers are included. The manga theme doesn’t just stop at the exterior, as custom Dragon Ball icons, a custom UI, and a charging interface help complete the entire DBZ package.

The phone itself sees 12GB RAM, 256GB of storage, a Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 870 5G processor, an HDR 10+ – 120Hz E4 AMOLED display (600Hz touch sampling and 1,300 nits), 65W SuperDart charging, stainless steel vapor cooling, Dolby Atmos dual stereo speakers, and a 64MP AI main camera.

Priced at $420 USD, this phone will launch in China first followed by a Europe and U.K. debut.

In other tech news, Gap is launching its first gamified NFT experience.

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