After having a successful run of the realme 10 series, they continue a great movement as they officially unveil their latest addition, the realme 10 Pro Plus. The realme 10 pro plus has a 6.7-inch AMOLED panel with a refresh rate of 120Hz, 8GB of expandable RAM, and 128GB of internal storage. Today we will do a Full Review of the latest realme 10 Pro Plus. Let’s get started!
First, we’ll talk about how the smartphone itself is built. The device we are reviewing is the Dark Matter Black color option. The realme 10 Pro plus is made of a matte polycarbonate that is surprisingly shiny for a device of this caliber. Because its surface does not readily display fingerprints or collect dust, it has gained this reputation. It’s beautiful to look at because of all of its curvy shapes.
Talk about convenience: the gadget’s power button and volume controls are on the right side. The auxiliary audio system’s mic and speaker are high on the device. The nano-SIM tray, USB Type-C port, microphone, and speaker grille are on the smartphone’s underside. The realme 10 Pro plus lacks a 3.5mm audio jack, unlike the non-pro and pro variants.
This screen stands out from others in the same series because it has a different design because of its curved 6.7-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. One of the smartphone’s most notable advantages is its curved display.
As a result of the chin and bezels having virtually equal sizes, it possesses an exceptional field of view. Given its 120 Hz refresh rate, navigating menus and switching between programs will be easy. As we traverse the user interface (UI), the AMOLED display on the realme 10 Pro Plus comes to life with subtle movements and vibrant colors. The front-facing camera, also known as the punch-hole camera, may be found near the top center of the screen.
As for the camera that has already been mentioned, its camera module looks identical to the vanilla variant and pro variant. The realme 10 pro plus has a triple camera setup leading by a 108-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultrawide, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 16-megapixel front-facing camera. It is good to have an ultrawide lens not present in the previous variants.
When HDR is turned on, the primary camera on the device will generate images with more vivid colors while maintaining a high level of picture quality and resolution. In addition to this, it offers improved color reproduction and white balance.
When shooting in portrait mode with the Realme 10 Pro plus, you have the ability to generate some very breathtaking subject-to-background separation as well as bokeh effects. The colors and surface textures give off an impression of more vitality.
When switched to ultra-wide, it demonstrates an acceptable performance both during the day and at night. It does not exhibit any signs of warping at the image’s edges, and it does not have any chromatic aberrations.
Additionally, while utilizing the night mode, the shot is smoother and creates excellent color reproduction; this feature is available when it is dark. When it comes to how well it performs in night mode, this camera is quite impressive.
Turning on HDR will almost always provide more outstanding results when comparing the quality of images produced by the front-facing camera to those taken by the rear camera. Even in the picture, portrait, and night mode settings, the colors are realistic and accurate to enhance skin tone. This is particularly noticeable in the portrait mode.
In terms of video quality, the Realme 10 Pro+ can record at a maximum of 4K resolution at 30 frames per second. It also supports a 60 fps mode but at a lesser resolution of 1080 pixels.
Specs & Benchmarks
Let’s discuss its software and hardware with the cameras out of the way. The realme 10 Pro Plus has a MediaTek Dimensity 920 5G processor that utilizes a 6-nanometer manufacturing technology and a Mali-G68 MC4 graphics processing unit. Additionally, it includes 8 gigabytes of RAM that can be expandable using the device’s 128 gigabytes of built-in storage space. In addition, it runs on the Android 13 operating system and has the most recent realme UI 4.0 interface.
The outcomes of the Benchmark tests were far more favorable than had been anticipated. To give you an idea of how well it runs, we will put it through its paces in a gaming environment.
We played FPS and MOBA games on this smartphone. It had no congestion or frame breakdowns, offering a good gaming experience. Even if we increase the frame rate and improve the graphic quality, the game’s fluidity will remain prominent. Because its 6nm CPUs have a longer battery life, you won’t have to worry about your game session being cut short because you ran out of charge while you played for longer.
Battery & Charging
Concerning charging, it has a large 5000 mAh battery with 67 watts of rapid charging, which enables it to be fully charged in roughly 35 minutes. In addition, it has a large screen. Playing games on a smartphone without the battery overheating due to the activity is possible.
After a thorough evaluation, it became clear that the realme 10 Pro plus is an elegant device. This product is a no-brainer, from its stunning design to its powerful internal components.
The high-end aesthetic and feature set would win over many consumers. Because of this, you can bet on cutting-edge design and stringent quality control.
The realme 10 Pro+ 5G retails for the starting price of Php 19,999 with the 8+128 variant, while the 12+256 model is priced at Php 24,999 and is now available online and in physical stores nationwide.