Realme had a big announcement in early September where we saw the arrival of the Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro smartphones (with a third one, called Realme 7i, joining them this week. We had a quick hands-on with the Pro device after the launch, but now the phone is with us to go through the rigorous testing process.
Once again we have a Mirror Blue variant. It has a neat matte finish where the gradient changes slightly under different lighting. The line is also perfectly aligned with the camera setup, which is a lovely fine detail that many other manufacturers are missing.
It has four cameras on the back with the 64MP AI Camera writing next to them, giving a bit cheapish vibe.
Plenty of smartphone manufacturers are dropping the 3.5 mm audio jack from their midrangers, but Realme has decided to stick with it, despite two obvious things - it has a growing amount of wireless earphones in its portfolio and it is not shipping any earphones with this phone at all.
In the box we have a 65W SuperDart charger with the proprietary cable. Given the lightning-fast performance of other Realme phones we tested with this standard, we expect nothing but impressive speeds - after all, both the Realme X2 Pro and the Realme X50 Pro 5G topped their batteries from 0 to 100% in under 30 minutes.
The Realme 7 Pro is clearly an interesting phone. We have to spend more time with it for our final conclusion, but the specs are looking promising. Stay around for the full review.
I'm impressed by some videos by India YouTubers about this phone. They made very extreme durability test for this. And it's really pass all the test with good results. Even on bend test. The phone still solid. So the frame is aluminum? If n...
Not sure what you mean about installing Google messaging. The stock contact , call and messaging apps on this phone are all Google apps. And almost all of the bloatware are removable, even apps like the realme store.
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