Looking for a brand new phone? A huge Naruto fan or an Anime fan in general? Well, Realme have created around 5,000 of these limited edition Naruto phones, and after extensive test the last couple of weeks, I can’t recommend this phone enough!

Right off the bat, the minute you get into the box, you can see how much Realme effort into each and every aspect of the phone itself. The phone comes packed into a cannister, with everything you are going to need inside this box.

It’s a really cool way to pack the phone itself, and just shows how much effort has been made with the 5,000 Nartuo editions available out there today. Unfortunately, these are only available in China at the moment, but having tested it, it seems to be unlocked so you can import it for around £700. Given the price of other flagship phones available, and whilst Realme isn’t highly known of in the UK as the likes of Apple, Samsung etc, this phone really does pack a punch

The first thing I noticed about the phone when using it was the charging speed. I’ve never seen a phone charge so quickly! The phone comes with a USB-C Type charger and plug (Had to buy a UK adapter) and thanks to the phones’ 150W charging ability, I was able to fully charge the phone from 2% to 100% in roughly 60 minutes. My Samsung S22 currently takes around 2 hours 30 for a full charge so that just shows the power. However, I did notice that when using a unofficial, different charger, it did take up id say 25% more time. In terms of overall phone usage, I was very impressed with how it performed. I was able to fully use the phone for around 3 and a half days without having to fully charge it. Compared to a day and half with my Samsung phone, that is a huge upgrade.

The Naruto edition comes packed with a wealthy 256GB hard drive and 12GB of RAM. More specs include:

MediaTek Dimensity 8100 MT6895T
Processor clock: 2.85 GHz
Number of cores: 8
GPU: ARM Mali-G610 MC6

It has a good sized 6.7″ Screen with 50MP camera on the rear and a 16mp camera on the front. The main camera supports HDR10+ and video records with a resolution of 3840×2160. It took some great photos and the 4k video recording was superb, something that I’ll be getting deeper into going forwards.

Gaming wise, I found that the GT Neo 3 outshone my Samsung Galaxy S22. I was looking for some of the harder games to play, running into Genshin Impact. That ran really well with no issues over a week or so, and had no problems at all. I guess what impressed me the most was that I could actually play remote play via my PlayStation 5 no problems whatsoever. There was no lag or anything, so that really is what you need to know about the power of this phone.

Of course, with it being a Chinese phone, you are going to have the phone come up at some places in chinese. That’s how it will be after a reset. However, you can quickly install Google Play on this very easy and you’ll be aa right as rain. In fact, it is highly recommended by myself that it is the first thing you do once you have set this up.

Overall, I can’t complain about this new phone at all. Naruto fans especially will love this, and if you like your video, gaming and photo abilities, you really, can’t go wrong with the Realme GT Neo 3 Naruto Edition. It may be only available in China at the moment, but I feel that Realme are going to be one of the best phone production companies worldwide very soon.