That single core GeekBench score looks surprisingly low. It should have been around the 1600-1700 number, given the clockspeed is 2.2 ghz, which makes me think this is underclocked to 2.0 ghz.
However, even if this is underclocked, the single threaded score should be more than a 660, given the use of A75 cores as opposed to A73s. Going by these scores, the IPC of A75 core is barely more than than A73 core.
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2019You starting to get my point, cause in your 1st reply you treating me like someone who support... morecompletely agree with u, personally i dont really care about sub $300 phone whether it use m.usb or c.usb, i can guarantee that phone only have different usb form factor but same usb speed.
even if majority people around me use c.usb phone, i just need keep small m.usb to c.usb adapter in my pocket if i need to borrow their charger or power bank.
Shanti Dope, 24 Apr 2019Because USB C really cost that much more than micro USN for them to save it for high end devic... moreYou starting to get my point, cause in your 1st reply you treating me like someone who support longer existence of micro usb. lol
Whereas my original comment just give answer based on my knowledge to someone who angry about how many andro phone still using micro till this day.
About the saving cost using micro comparing using basic type-c? I guess it's just small ammount, but as I said before there are just minor cons for the budget phone which is still using micro, so they just keep it.
I dont think there are any phone maker outside google who pushing type-c standardization in the andro world like crazy, afaik even xiaomi still doesnt have a phone which is support usb 3.x, moreover usb pd, they stick with usb 2.0 & qc 3/4 for fast charging solution.
Don't worry sooner or later that damn micro usb will die anyway, cause the successors are proven to be superior, just wait till the industry produces more type-c stuff than the legacy usb.
Boreas, 24 Apr 2019I like this mobile over Note 7 pro as it doesn't contain ads. Even I would have preferred a me... moreXiaomi is offering their phones at very low prices, something has got to give, and those are the ones who pay to put their ads in their phones. I mean, what would you prefer, them offering their products at low prices, or no ads, but high pricing?
Shanti Dope, 24 Apr 2019Because USB C really cost that much more than micro USN for them to save it for high end devic... moreYou have to understand which market the manufacturer is targeting with these phones, hence the micro usb charging. I admit, I would prefer a faster charger in usb c, but if it will cost more, then, a fast charger like vooc charging is the solution. The price that they are asking for this device is low, compared to other products that samsung is offering, and realme beats samsung.
Can you guys provide original photos of unboxing and exterior design. 727×454 px is way too small to see details.
Groundhog Day, 24 Apr 2019Nice device, but it is clearly too big!It's almost in same size as 2pro
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2019AFAIK the trend of removing 3.5 jack only happen in the high end model, most low/midrange phon... moreBecause USB C really cost that much more than micro USN for them to save it for high end devices only.
The best way for them to save money is to offer slower chargers for their budget phones, but for goodness sake, USB C must be a standard by now!
I thought when Mi A1 from 2017 had USB C, most future upcoming mid rangers will finally switch to it. Well I guess Xiaomi and Sony are the only OEMs to understand it.
Well how would we make it a standard anyway if many manufacturers still stick to the old one?
And how much are they really saving by offering micro USB? USB C is increasing popularity, but the phones that are using them aren't catching up.
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2019Why?I like this mobile over Note 7 pro as it doesn't contain ads. Even I would have preferred a metallic frame. My friend has Realme 2 Pro and it is more susceptible to scratches and scuff marks.
Shanti Dope, 23 Apr 2019Just like how quick everyone went into removing the 3.5mm jack despite its incredible populari... moreAFAIK the trend of removing 3.5 jack only happen in the high end model, most low/midrange phone still have 3.5 jack, and also many 2019 highend phone still have 3.5 jack.
Removing the 3.5 jack is different case than changing micro to type-c, it should be a alot easier change/upgrade micro to type-c than removing 3.5 jack, because type-c has flexibility about spec & feature which want to be included by phone maker.
But why the progress is so slow? as far I remember, in 2016 a lot of highend phone starting using type-c, but til now a lot of low/midrange phone still using micro. Thats why I said because micro already popular and also maybe the phone maker think it's useless to switch to type-c for their budget phone because to minimizes the phone cost, their type-c will only support usb 2.0 & minimum feature, better stick to micro usb to lower production cost.
Oscar, 23 Apr 2019I don't use it to play, so i prefer better features. Audio jack, big battery, USB-Type C, FM R... moreAmong the things you've listed, the Realme is just lacking USB C port and a better camera, I do prefer MIUI over that color OS.
Shadocx, 23 Apr 2019I personally didn't compare the Realme 3 Pro to the Redmi Note 7, but to the Vivo V15 Pro, sin... moreI don't use it to play, so i prefer better features. Audio jack, big battery, USB-Type C, FM Radio and better camera, so for me the Redmi Note 7 that has all that plus better camera/software, is my choice between both.