Realme 7 Pro review: know if this smartphone is worth buying?

Realme 7 Pro was launched by the company last month. We have used this smartphone and now we are going to tell you its review. This is an upgrade to Realme 6 Pro.

Realme 7 Pro review

Realme 7 Pro was launched by the company last month. We have used this smartphone and now we are going to tell you its review. This is an upgrade to Realme 6 Pro. It has many special features like AMOLED display, stereo speakers and 65W super fast charging. Its 6GB + 128GB variant costs Rs 19,999 and the 8GB + 128GB variant costs Rs 21,999.

Display & Design:

This smartphone has a rear panel and frame plastic. The rear has a mirror cut design with matte finishing. We have reviewed the blue color and it has also been launched in gray color. The phone is quite lightweight and slick. There is no problem in holding. The overall look is quite attractive and has a very good build quality body. The buttons are quite well placed and the bottom has a 3.5mm headphone jack, speaker grille and type-C port.

It has a 6.4-inch display-HD + (1,080×2,400 pixels) Super AMOLED punch hole display. But there is a lack of HDR10 certification and high refresh rate. It runs at a 60Hz refresh rate. Which is a problem. Because Realme itself has set a standard by giving 90Hz refresh rate display in their budget phones. There are more features in this phone, due to which it can be skipped, yet in the phone with a budget of 20 thousand rupees, now not getting a display with high refresh rate display seems like going back a generation. Especially when it comes to reality.

There is no problem with colors and brightness in the rest of the display. The fun of watching video content is different with stereo speakers and AMOLED displays. Also, on-display and in-display fingerprint sensor is also available.

Performance:

It has an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor with 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and Adreno 618 GPU. Perhaps in terms of price, 732G like Poco X3 or 730G processor like Motorola One Fusion + could have been given. But this phone has its own merits and the 720G processor is also a perfectly good processor.

Battery:

This phone will not bother you about the battery at all. Its battery is 4,500mAh and it runs a day after full charge and it takes about 40 minutes to full charge with 65W super fast charging support. At the same time, it gets charged up to 88 percent in just half an hour.

Camera:

The rear of this smartphone has 64MP primary camera, 8MP ultra-wide angle camera, 2MP monochrome sensor and 2MP macro camera. For the selfie, the 32MP camera is in the front. Overall speaking, the camera output during the day is almost good in 2X zoom, 64MP full resolution, ultra-wide, portrait and macro. Its selfie camera also responds well.

Now talk about low-light, there is a lot of different features of night mode and in addition to the night shot in ultra-wide, the other results are good. Apart from the regular AI Night Mode, it also has Pro-Night Scape Mode and Tripod Mode. Also, there is the Stary mode given in the Realem X3 SuperZoom. Also, there are special filters for nightmode and night mode has been added in video-selfie too. The video also has 4K recording support, ultra-Steady and portrait mode support. 

However, all of these may have night-mode results that you may not like that much. In this case, if you talk about the total performance of the camera, then it is a 70 percent result in 100. But still okay because there are a lot of features and to expect 100 percent, you have to turn to the flagship phones.

Bottom Line:

Super AMOLED display, 65W is a great phone with super fast charging, good performance, good software and stereo speakers. The camera also gives very good results. One major problem is the lack of high refresh rate in the display. Talking about other phones in this range, POCO X3 is its biggest competitor with 120Hz display, Snapdragon 732G processor and 6,000mAh battery at an initial price of Rs 16,999.