Anonymous, 13 Oct 2020It's been 5 months since I buy this phone. The summary for this phone is good for bot... moreOh wow, thank you for this in-depth explanation. I mostly use my phone just for social apps and chrome. I guess the 4gb 128gb variant is okay right? The price for that variant has dropped in our country. Although i wanted to buy the 8gb ram, its just a lil bit not within my current budget. I guess i just have to wait for a few more months for the 8gb variant to lower its price. Once again, thank you for sparing some of your time to share your own experience.
Realme 6 user, 13 Oct 2020I think the battery is a bit small 4300 mah better go for 4500 or 5000 mah and if you are a se... moreYeah definitely, the selfie camera turns out not that good. A lot of noises and lack of detail though I use the main camera even for selfie.
DragonNF, 10 Oct 2020I think there is a problem with the displays, they tend to have lcd burn-in. on amoled it... moreLCDs can't have burn-in. What you have is image retention. Compared to permanent OLED burn-in, IPS LCD image retention is always temporarely.
Geizer, 12 Oct 2020I am currently planning to buy this phone, and i am curious whether this phone could last for ... moreI think the battery is a bit small 4300 mah better go for 4500 or 5000 mah and if you are a selfie addict this is not for you
Geizer, 12 Oct 2020I am currently planning to buy this phone, and i am curious whether this phone could last for ... moreIt's been 5 months since I buy this phone.
The summary for this phone is good for both gamer or non gamer user, because if you're a normal user your eyes can get amazed by the 90hz refresh rate, although it didn't really noticeable the difference between the 60hz.
Durability of this phone is good too even tho most of it were plastic. I already dropped this phone 4 times now, most of it were from my pocket or my chest height (im 180cm). No scratches to the side of the phone and the screen.
The battery if you're a normal user can stay up to 8 hours nonstop or 6-7 hours if nonstop and 90Hz on and can be up to 1 and a half day if you use it part time/not always online.
If you're a gamer it can stay up for about 5-7 hours. Depends on your refresh rate and if you're taking a break a little.
The rest of the system is not really different from oppo's smartphone. Swipe hold Three fingers up to enter split screen, swipe three fingers down to screen shot, there's a task bar on the right side of the screen for quick access to some app, and the most cool and yet confusing is the exit and home button can be changed like Apple does. Bottom swipe up to exit to home and right or left swipe to back button.
The charge is fast, about 2℅ per minute = approximately 1 hour to full charge and about 40-50 minute from 20℅.
All I can say is, if you really wanted to buy this phone. Buy it now before more advanced smartphone come up (idk why I say that) but, the price of this phone in my country is dropping so if the price of this phone is about 200$ in your country for the 8gb ram, that's the price drop you were looking for.
I'm not a fan-boy I'm just saying the truth of the phone.
I am currently planning to buy this phone, and i am curious whether this phone could last for more than 1.5 years, im not really a heavy user of a smartphone, considering that i do not play a lot of mobile games. Can someone share their experience with this phone after like, 2 months or so?
dandy, 07 Oct 2020is this better than redmi note 9 pro?Yes.
Check Redmi Note 9 Pro reviews on Xiaomi website. Many people are complaining about dust in its camera sensors.
I borrowed this phone from a friend to test.
1. All comments about heating are fake/lies.
I played PUBG on HD + Ultra on Mobile Data, sitting outside at 2PM with no fan for 2 hours. It didn't feel much warmer than it was before gaming, nor were there any frame drops.
In fact, I've used phones that heat up more in PUBG while sitting in AC, so I'm very impressed.
2. 90Hz is quite nice. You can feel the smoothness/fluidity of phone.
Unlike some 120Hz phones that lag, it didn't have any problem.
3. Cameras are quite good. They quickly and automatically detect scenes, like when you're taking a Portrait or Macro picture.
But I would still recommend using Gcam to get more appealing pictures. Try Gcam 6.1.
4. Gaming performance is excellent.
It didn't struggle at all to play PUBG on HD Graphics. There were no frame drops while fighting enemies (I'm Ace Ranked). I can safely say you can leave PUBG Graphics on HD.
It also supports HDR, but I didn't feel the need to test it.
dandy, 30 Sep 2020is realme 6 good for gaming ?In terms of gaming, i say its N O I C E. I tried it and i have no complains
I think there is a problem with the displays, they tend to have lcd burn-in.
on amoled it's a nightmare, on lcd it's no big problem, because as soon an the display power of or change image for an hour, it has no traces....
static white icons to be aware of, like health bars in games or typing alot.
to reduce it's effect keep they brightness at 50% or lower.
again, it's no big problem, but just a heads up.
kami, 07 Oct 2020which Ram i should go for? 4GB or 8GB?????I'd say 8Gb. It depends on your usage thought, if you use this phone "extremely" the 8Gb are the best choice. Even so, 4Gb is good too and the price of this phone currently dropping right now.
dandy, 07 Oct 2020is this better than redmi note 9 pro?Both are the same.
Zen, 25 Sep 2020What type of RAM in Realme 6? Is it LPDDR4X?Yes 800 mhz clock speed lpddr4x
dandy, 30 Sep 2020is realme 6 good for gaming ?Yes you can buy but it heats a lot .But if you play pubg its common bcz this game utilities your graphics 100%.
Expect heavy gaming 90hz refresh raye and 30 watt vooc will surprise you which is not available on any other brands at this price range