Realme 7 Smartphone Review: Segment’s Perfect All-Rounder

Realme 7 was launched in India in September with the 7 Pro. They were launched in India as an upgrade to Realme 6 and 6 Pro. After using it for a long time, we are currently going to tell you the review of Realme 7 here.

Realme 7 Smartphone Review

Realme 7 was launched in India in September with the 7 Pro. They were launched in India as an upgrade to Realme 6 and 6 Pro. After using it for a long time, we are currently going to tell you the review of Realme 7 here. They are one of the best smartphones in the mid-range segment. Its 6GB / 64GB variant costs Rs 14,999 and the 8GB / 128GB variant costs Rs 16,999. It comes with 90Hz display, 5,000mAh battery and specifications like Helio G95.

Its rear panel has a mirror cut design with matte finishing. Holding the phone is quite compact and light weight. There is no rough age in it. It has a fingerprint sensor in the power button itself, whose placement is quite correct and it is also fast. On the right side, the SIM tray and bottom have 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C port and speaker grill. Overall built quality and design is quite impressive.

Talking about the display, here is a 6.5-inch-HD + (1,080×2,400 pixels) punch-hole LCD display with 90Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. There is no problem with brightness and color. Also, due to the 90Hz refresh rate display with Helio G95 processor, scrolling also seems smooth. In this, auto adjust is also available according to the activity for the refrate rate.


This phone comes with MediaTek Helio G95 processor. Which is the updated version of Helio G90T. In this phone, there is no problem in doing any task like playing heavy games, app switching, multitasking, app launching and browsing, all the things are done without any lag. Talking about the speaker, the speaker is present in the bottom here. It is loud but quality is average.  

Talking about the software, it runs on Android 10 based Realme UI. The UI interface is very clean and smooth. Also offers near two stock Android like experience. However, some pre-loaded apps will be found and many ads will be seen in many places like browser and in-built PDF opener. These are some problems. Here you will get the feature of dual mode audio, smooth scrolling and super night-time standby inside Reality Lab.


Its battery is 5,000mAh, while in Reality 6, 4,300mAh battery was given. Once the Realme 7 battery is full charged, it lasts all day comfortably. At the same time, 30W fast charging support has also been provided in this phone. The company claimed that this phone can be charged up to 50 percent in just 26 minutes and this claim of theirs is true. At the same time, this phone takes more than 1 hour to reach 0-100. Overall battery performance is also very good.


Its rear has 64MP primary camera, 8MP ultra-wide angle camera, 2MP monochrome sensor and 2MP macro camera. For selfie, 16MP camera is given in front. Talking directly without going into much detail, the photos of the day are better than primary cameras and ultra-wide angle cameras. HDR output, color and crisp are all fine. Portrait mode also gives good response. Consider macro camera as additional camera only for variety.

Night Mode (Resized Image)

There is little detail missing in the results of low light camera. It could be improved a bit more. Also, Stari Mode will also be found here Autofocus works well in video. There is also support for Ultra-Steady mode and 4K recording. However, 4K does not support Ultra-Steady mode. Selfie cameras also work well in indoor lighting, artificial lighting and day light. Also, there is support of night mode here. Overall speaking, it is good in its price segment and low-lighting results could be improved a bit.

Bottom Line:

Realme 7 offers everything to the customers in terms of its price. It can be called a perfect all-rounder. Big battery, low build quality, good processor and decent camera, it is ahead in almost every case. In such a situation, who are looking for a good mid-range phone, they can invest money in it. Also, let us tell you Realme itself also offers Narzo 20 Pro at an initial price of Rs 14,999. It gets 65W super fast charging, which is double straight from the 30W of Reality 7. In such a situation, if you are a game lover, you can also buy Narzo 20 Pro instead. However, there will be a 48MP camera.