The Realme GT Neo3 will be one of the first phones to be powered by the Dimensity 8100, however, company VP Xu Qi Chase reveals that there will be another chip of note. This chip will assist the Dimensity’s Mali-G610 MC6 GPU to achieve a stable frame rate and in some cases lower power consumption.
The way it works is similar to MEMC – motion estimation, motion compensation, a feature that takes in low frame footage and outputs a high frame rate version, something you may have seen on phones and TVs.
This chip can do motion interpolation up to 120 fps to make the best use out of the phone’s high refresh rate display. It will help smooth out heavier games too. Below is a video showing the Realme GT Neo3 and the graphics chip doing its thing.
Genshin Impact is a notoriously demanding game and you can see how it runs unassisted on the Dimensity 8100 in the upper part of the frame. The lower part shows the game with interpolation enabled running at 90 fps. Note that the video is recorded in slow motion to show the difference more clearly.
This trick is similar to what iQOO did with the iQOO 9, however, that phone is powered by a Snapdragon 888+. Realme is the first to do this with a Dimensity chip.
By the way, the Realme GT Neo3 will be the official phone used in the Honor of Kings national competition. This makes it an even more direct competitor of iQOO, which is the official sponsor of HoK KPL league.
Anyway, the Dimensity 8100 will be equipped with fast LPDDR5 and UFS 3.1, so the phone will be fast in general, not just for gaming. We have already seen plenty of teasers about the phone, its 150W charging and more, the full reveal will be next week on March 22.