With its debut in November of last year, realme 10 is off to a flying start. It has excellent functionality, like the realme 10 built-in. The realme 10 pro sports an IPS LCD screen size of 6.72 inches, a refresh rate of 120 frames per second, 8 GB of RAM, and 256 GB of internal storage that is not extendable. This article will review the brand-new realme 10 Pro in detail.
First, we’ll look at the design and construction of the device. The color of the review unit is called “Nebula Blue.” The realme 10 Pro is made from a dazzling matte polycarbonate, and its surface prevents fingerprints and dust from settling on it. It has rounded corners, making it more visually appealing.
And it’s easy to put on and take off, thanks to the buttons on both sides. The power button also functions as a fingerprint scanner, and the volume controls are on the right. On the left side of the gadget is where you’ll find the nano-SIM tray. Its grille is a cover for a USB Type-C connector, a microphone, a headphone jack, and a set of speakers. Not to mention, it’s easily transportable and lightweight.
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The display is 6.72 inches in height, has a higher resolution (FHD+), and has a faster refresh rate (120Hz) than the realme 10. It has a circular cutout in the upper center for the camera.
As a display, it boasts excellent viewing angles, a broad chin, and lower bezels. The 120 Hz refresh rate also provides easy menu navigation and program switching. The realme 10 Pro’s IPS LCD screen brings the user interface to life with vibrant animations and deep, rich colors.
Regarding photography, it boasts a 108-megapixel primary camera, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 16-megapixel front-facing camera. While the realme 10 Pro lacks an ultra-wide-angle lens, it can still produce stunning images thanks to its 108-megapixel resolution.
When HDR is activated, its primary camera produces brighter colors with good image quality and resolution. It also provides better white balance and color reproduction.
When shooting in portrait mode with the realme 10 Pro, you can achieve some stunning subject-to-background separation and bokeh effects. The hues and surface textures have a livelier appearance.
And when it gets dark using the night mode, it has a smoother shot and produces outstanding color reproduction. This camera has excellent performance when it comes to night mode.
Regarding the quality of the photos taken by the front-facing camera, turning HDR on will almost always produce superior results. Even in the regular mode, portrait mode, and night mode settings, the colors are kept accurate and true to a true skin tone.
Switching to video recording, the Realme 10 Pro delivers a maximum resolution of 1080 pixels at 30 frames per second, and it can also deliver 60 frames per second but with the lower 720 pixels.
Specs & Benchmarks
Now, let us talk about its software and hardware. The realme 10 Pro is powered by Snapdragon 695 5G with a 6-nanometer process and Adreno 619 GPU. Also, it has 8 gigabytes of RAM that can be expanded using its 256 gigabytes of internal storage. Additionally, it is powered by Android 13 OS with the newest realme UI 4.0 interface.
Numbers in the Benchmark tests came in above expectations. We’ll put it through its paces in a gaming environment to show how well it performs.
Mid-range Game Changer
While playing first-person shooters and MOBA on this smartphone, we encountered no lag or frame drops, indicating that it provides a solid gaming experience. The game’s fluidity will remain apparent even if we boost the frame rate and visual quality. With its 6 nanometer CPUs‘ extended battery life, you may play for longer without worrying about running out of juice.
Battery & Charging
Speaking of charging, it boasts a big 5000 mAh battery with 33 watts of fast charging, allowing it to be fully charged in just 56 minutes. Playing games without causing heat to develop in the device’s battery is possible.
After having an in-depth review, while the realme 10 Pro is a good smartphone, it’s important to note that it does have some drawbacks.
For example, while the camera performance is strong, some users may be disappointed by the lack of a triple camera arrangement, which has become increasingly common in smartphones in the same price range.
There was an air of luxury about the design and technical details that would undoubtedly appeal to most consumers. That’s why you can count on cutting-edge aesthetics and rigorous standards.
realme 10 Pro now retails for Php 16,999 with 8 gigabytes of RAM and a 256 gigabytes storage variant. Available in offline stores from Feb 15-19 nationwide. Every realme 10 Pro 5G purchase comes with a free DIZO Power Bank with 10000mAh and a TechLife Buds Classic, worth Php 1,198!