Realme recently launched the Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro phones in India. The phones are put in the mid-segment and it is the successor to Realme 6 models.
According to Realme, these phones are the first to pass the TUV Rheinland Smartphone Reliability Check, which includes 23 major and 72 minor tests, covering several common usage scenarios. In addition to the mobiles, Realme has launched its range of personal product categories, such as the Realme M1 Sonic Electric Toothbrush, Realme Explorer Luggage, and Realme Tote Bag.
Realme 7 has some pretty huge shoes to fill, and it’s time to see how much has improved over the previous model. The Realme 7 carries in three key enhancements – a new primary camera sensor, a bigger battery, and a new SoC.
The Realme 7 features a mirror-split design that produces some interesting patterns as light strikes. Now the rear camera module has a somewhat different configuration than the Realme 6. Overall, from the back, the Realme 7 looks new and exciting, something the brand badly needed because the rest of the phone didn’t change much.
The Realme 7 is powered by a G95 MediaTek Helio chipset. Realme claims this is the first smartphone to sport this new chipset. Realme also says that the device is the first in this market segment to feature a main 64MP Sony IMX682 sensor. The unit also features an ultra-wide-angle lens with a 119-degree 8MP, a Macro lens, and a B&W Portrait lens. It has a 16MP selfie lens on the front.
The 6.5-inch display gets a refresh rate of 90Hz and a 120Hz touch-sample rate. Realme also provides the mobile with a FullHD screen. The display gets a 90.5 percent screen-to-body ratio and a 20:9 aspect ratio. The Realme 7 comes in two variants. A 6 GB internal storage and 64 GB of RAM variant priced at ₹14,999 along with an 8 GB RAM-128 GB internal storage variant at ₹16,999.
The first sale will take place on realme.com and Flipkart at 12:00 pm, September 10th. The company says the phone will shortly be available through offline retailers. Upon purchase of the product from Flipkart, the purchaser will expect a 2-year Discovery+ subscription at ₹299.
One of the main USP of this device is its fast-charging capability. While the Realme 7 Pro gets fast charging of 65W, the younger sibling, Realme 7 gets fast charging of 30W. The device comes with a 5000mAh battery. Realme claims, the charger can take the device’s charge from zero to 50% in just 26 minutes.