Realme Phone Review


If you are thinking of purchasing a Realme smartphone, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve reviewed the Realme GT 2 Pro, Realme 9, and Realme 1 to help you decide. These smartphones are great value for the money and are packed with features that are hard to find elsewhere.

Realme GT 2 Pro

The Realme GT 2 Pro phone is one of the first Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 smartphones on the market, boasting Full HD+ resolution and the latest LTPO 2.0 technology. The phone also features improved long-term software support. Its eco-credentials are impressive, too, with its bio-polymer back and near-plastic-free packaging. The phone is also certified by TCO 9.0, a new smartphone standard.

The Realme GT 2 Pro features a familiar and minimalist design that is easy to hold and operate. Its two cameras are also much smaller than its rivals. Despite this, the phone is still a powerful computer in your pocket. While we don’t recommend it as a replacement for a high-end smartphone, the Realme GT 2 Pro is a solid budget option.

The Realme GT 2 Pro has a great camera that matches the quality of flagship phones. Although its camera could use some improvements, it’s still a good alternative to the OnePlus 10 Pro and Oppo Find X5 Pro. And while the camera is excellent, the phone lacks the usual flagship features like wireless charging and water resistance.

The Realme GT 2 Pro has two cameras, both of which are 50MP. In addition, both have optical image stabilization and phase-detect autofocus. The front camera, meanwhile, packs a 32MP sensor. The camera hardware is good, but it’s not as quick as some competitors. The phone also lacks a dedicated telephoto zoom camera.

Realme GT 2 Pro 5G

The Realme GT2 Pro is one of the first phones to use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. It is also one of the first to feature a Full HD+ resolution and showcase the new LTPO 2.0 battery technology. It also offers enhanced long-term software support and has impressive green credentials. It incorporates biopolymer into its design and uses near-plastic-free packaging. Finally, it is the world’s first TCO 9.0-certified phone.

The Realme GT 2 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, which allows it to handle demanding gaming and multitasking. However, it is not without flaws. The processor is prone to overheating and does not throttle well, so it’s important to keep this in mind before you purchase this phone. However, Realme has a vapor cooling system, which helps to keep the phone cool even when pushed to its limit.

Another notable feature of the Realme GT 2 Pro is its camera. Its main camera features a Sony IMX 766 sensor. It also features an ultra-wide camera similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro. In addition, a microscope-style camera is also available in the Realme GT 2 Pro, a feature previously seen on the Oppo Find X3 Pro.

The Realme GT 2 Pro also features an in-display fingerprint and heart rate sensor. It also boasts stereo speakers. While the speakers are not quite as loud as those found on premium flagships, they produce crisp vocals. Despite being small, the speakers can accentuate the high-pitched sounds but are not particularly clear.

Realme 9

The Realme 9 is a budget smartphone that packs a punch. It has a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 1080 x 2400p resolution. The screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. It runs on Android 12 + Realme UI 3.0 and is powered by a Qualcomm SM6225 Snapdragon 680 4G octa-core processor. There are several memory variants, and it has a triple-camera setup on the rear, which includes a 108MP main camera with two additional 8 MP ultrawide and two-megapixel macro sensors.

The Realme 9’s display is customizable with a slider that allows you to adjust the brightness and contrast of the screen. The phone’s 90Hz high refresh rate is a double-edged sword, though. When the screen is under stress, it can get stuttery. Thankfully, the device comes with a screen protector, and it’s great fun to customize your phone’s look.

The Realme 1 lacks stereo speakers and has only one bottom-firing speaker. The audio output is also substandard, and the speaker rattles when turned up to the maximum volume. However, the phone does feature a 3.5mm headphone jack and a microSD card slot. It also has an NFC chip for wireless charging.

The Realme 9 is not a good choice for gamers. However, other options are available if you are a keen gamer, such as the Realme 9 Pro+. It is slightly less feature-rich but offers superior gaming performance. You may also want to consider the Poco X4 5G, which is chunkier and offers a faster charging and data speed.

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