Realme 5 pro review - Is it really a good phone!

Realme 5 pro complete review and a customer's opinion...

Realme 5 Pro review - is realme 5 pro really a good phone according to the camera, power performance, battery, price, etc. Is Realme 5 Pro worth buying? Let's see...
Good design good cameras, power performance and of course the price. we exactly know what they should focus on and to the Realme 5 Pro is one of the many examples of that. 

In a hands-on review of the five Pro. Oh, wait, have you read that? No! it's right here. So in a hands-on review of Realme five pro, it looked like a promising device to me. But do I have a change in opinion after using Realme 5 Pro for almost a month! let's find out.
realme 5 pro review

Realme 5 pro design

Okay, design-wise the only concern is the polycarbonate bag that too in terms of durability. otherwise, 5 pro is pretty good design. These diamond-shaped patterns glow in light and darker shade when tilted, making the phone look very appealing. On hands - it feels okay it's nice and considerably hefty. 

Now don't expect anything of the realme X kind, that phone has a different level of good design. But as I said by looks I love this phone. This I think is one of the best looking designs for the price. 

But the good looks come for a price. Smudges are inevitable on it and no matter how much you clean it, it keeps coming back. So I would advise you to put a case on it. By the way, you get the case inside the box itself. it should last you for two months or so.

Aesthetically everything seems good except for the tactility of the buttons and this is one of the dark sights, of having a phone built entirely of plastic. Down below you see a USB type C port, a single firing bottom speaker and thankfully a headphone jack. The output from the headphone jack and the speakers are well unimpressive, like with most of the mid-range phones. But something unique that the company has provided is that the phone is splash resistant. 

I talked about this in the realme 5 review as well. This feature is nothing like IP ratings, but the company says that the openings of the phone are sealed with rubber gaskets to prevent it from moisture or water damage. So maybe now accidental coffee spills will have less impacts. So overall I like the design. It looks good, feels good, so no complaints.

Realme 5 pro display

On the display front, it's the same as the realme three pro. A 6.3 inches full HD+, IPS LCD screen, twist 19.5: 9  aspect ratio. It's protected with Gorilla Glass 3 plus. So it should be resistant to minor drops and impacts. I haven't tried dropping it though. The colors on the screen look good and vibrant. Of course not the AMOLED level but not bad either. Brightness 2 is sufficient indoors and ok outdoors. There are various battery saver modes, you can use to limit the brightness levels as well.

The display is housed for a mini drop notch that carries the selfie camera. It's small and not obtrusive at all. Also, there's a color temperature slider inside the display settings, that lets you change the screen temperature as for your liking. So overall if we think about it the display is familiar to us. there are not much changes happening here from the realme 3 pro. 

Realme 5 pro processor

The Realme 5 Pro runs on snapdragon 712, which is essentially the same as the Snapdragon 710 except for slightly higher clock speed on a higher performance course. In terms of GPU, there have been no changes from the Snapdragon 710. It's still the Adreno 616, which performs just like what we saw on the realme X. In life, you're not going to see much differences between the realme X and the real me five probes, except for some slight 10% improvement in the CPU performance. Which by the way, you are not going to notice all that much. 

But the realme 5 pro has shown significant improvement from the Realme 3 pro, In case of ANTUTU scores. Check out these benchmarks

The Realme 5 Pro is available in three memory configurations. These are as 4 + 64 GB, 6 + 64 GB and 8 + 128 GB, all of which are UFS 2.1 base. So it's basically faster load types of apps and games. there is also a dedicated slot, in case you need more storage. which can go up to 256 GB. On everyday use, I found the performance to be smooth.

Realme 5 pro gaming review

Games Run well. I played PUBG in high settings, almost starter free. So this is a good gaming phone, I can vouch for that. Even normal use, whatever apps or games you run it's going to run very well and even on the heating part, you're not going to experience all that much. There's just a normal rise in temperature, while intense gaming which is nothing so overwhelming.

The Realme 5 Pro comes with Android Pie with its custom color OS 6 on top. This combination is, what we have already seen on other realme phones. So the five Pro offers just the same experience. I say this in all realme reviews, that color OS is not so great and it still holds true for me. However, I really wish that the rumors of them coming up with their own OS come true. Because that would be really amazing.

The software, though not well refined gives you a lot of customization options for navigation and other functions. There is also something called game space, that basically lets you minimize interruptions while playing games. There's a nice shield feature though if you wish to protect your eyes from harmful blue lights. For security, we have the basics fingerprint sensor and face unlock. Registering fingerprint takes some time. But the end result is the P passed and accurate almost all the time. Face unlock too is fast, but since it's done by the selfie camera, I use the fingerprint sensor as my primary method for unlocking.

Details of Realme 5 Pro camera review

Now let's talk about the cameras. This is the first time that the company has provided a quad-camera setup and this is hilarious somehow. Because realme do not even think of triple camera setup, they jump straight from dual to quad cameras. Anyways, moving on to the camera specifications.

Realme 5 Pro camera specs

  • The primary camera is a 48-megapixel quad Bayer sensor.  
  • An 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens. 
  • Then come the 2-megapixel depth sensor.
  • The 2-megapixel macro lens.

Now first let's go for the primary camera. This is the same sensor that we saw on the realme X. The infamous and university use Sony - IMX 586 sensor. Alright, first let me talk about the images from the 5 pro. I say good sharpness in the images. The colors look nice and punchy yet not oversaturated. 

In case you want more vibrancy, you can turn on the chroma boost option. There's a 48-megapixel option for clicking pictures. But you won't find much differences upon first glance with the 12-megapixel images. Just upon close inspection, the 12-megapixel images look sharper, thanks to pixel pinning. 

While we're still talking about the primary images, I also compare the images from the realme X and the realme 5 pro. Because both of their chipsets use the same ISP and the same sensor. To make a comparison fair, I tested their images in a different color-accurate screen. Because well, one is an LCD screen and another is an AMOLED screen. So images are bound to look different in their respective screens. My tests showed that apart from the slightest of color changes, there's actually not much differences. 

Realme excess color looks slightly more saturated, while the 5 pro's images had a more subtle color to them. In portrait images too, only the skin tone is a little bit different and it looks like the fight pro has slightly better edge detection. otherwise, everything is almost the same. the same goes with selfies, both portraits, and normal selfies.

Now let's move on to the wide-angle images. As already mentioned, this is the first time that the company has included a wide-angle lens and the implementation is not bad actually. The primary and wide-angle images don't suffer much color shifting. Although slightly lesser details on the wide-angle photos is expected. But it's nothing so worrying. 

The third depth sensor is quite good - surprisingly good for a 2-megapixel sensor. The edge detection is OK. It slightly takes a hit in the hairlines. Otherwise, it looks good, the blur tool looks pleasing. So I quite like the portrait images from the 5 pro. 

The macro images are well not as impressive as I thought it would be. Actually, if you go near a subject and click from the primary camera the images come out better than clicking pictures through the macro lens. So like I said in the Realme 5 review, I found it to be rather gimmicky. maybe the company can provide a better macro lens in future offerings.

Nighttime images are well a lot rainy, but there is a night key feature to compensate for it. with the night key feature, it improves the lighting and balance of exposure in images. it's nothing extraordinary but it's not bad either.

Realme 5 pro video recording

Talking on 5 pro video recording, video-wise you have the usual options 4k at 30fps and 1080p and 720p at 30 and 60 FPS. While shooting handheld, I found the 1080p at 30fps option to have the best stabilization. But if you want better quality, you can shoot in 4k using a gimbal.

Realme 5 pro battery specification

The battery capacity on the realme 5 pro is similar to the Realme 3 pro. Both having 4045 mAh batteries. The battery life on the phone is impressive. It can get you through a day easily with some battery left at the end. If you are a moderate to light user, the battery is going to last even longer. With the 5 pro, you get a fast charger inside the box are 20-watt adapter that supports would charge 3.0. You can get the device fully charged in about 80 to 85 minutes which is very impressive.

So like all of you my phones the Realme 5 Pro is also a very good value for money devices. Here we get some welcome additions like the wide-angle lens and the type C port, which was not there before and these make the device very competitive. But I think that it's time for realme, to step up their game, not just in terms of specs and prices. But you know start doing something different become first movers. Because, well in these last few months I have reviewed a lot of realme phones, all slightly different from each other, all value-for-money phones and that's it.

The only unique thing that's there, is that you get so-and-so specs for a more affordable price. But don't get me wrong, I just mean that there is nothing innovative going on. because as good as the company is doing focusing on new things is going to help the brand even more. So that was our review of the Realme 5 pro. Do let us know in the comment section below, what do you think about the device!

Realme 5- review, specs, feature, etc.- Know before buying!

A complete review on Realme 5 - specs, display, camera, battery, features, etc.

A quad-camera set up, a decent Snapdragon 665 processor and a huge 5000 mAh battery that to on a budget phone. Yes, I am talking about the new Realme 5. So is this the new benchmark for the budget segment! we are going to find that out in this realme 5 review.
Realme 5 review

Realme 5 vs Realme 5 pro

Not much difference in between realme 5 versus realme 5 pro. 
  • Realme 5 Pro has 48 MP Sony IMX 586 sensor primary quad camera, whereas, in realme 5 it is 12MP sensor.
  • Front Camera: Realme 5 Pro has a 16MP camera, but Realme 5 comes with a decent 13MP lens.
  • Realme 5 Pro has Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 SoC and up to 8GB of RAM, but in realme 5 is Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC, up to 4GB of RAM.
  • Battery: pro has 4,035mAh battery power, but 5 has 5,000mAh.
  • Fast charging: Although pro has less power than 5, it has a 20W USB-C charger for fast charging, whereas, in realme 5, there is no such feature.

Watch This amazing video on Realme 5 pro vs Realme 5 

let's get started with the decision and as you can see you get nothing so new. it comes with a plastic frame, a plastic bag with a crystalline pattern. which has made the device somewhat more appealing. And realme has made design tweaks to differentiate the realme 5 pro model with realme 5. The subtle rain machine on the 5 pro, which you can see while tilting the phone at some angles is missing on the Realme 5. Not a deal-breaker I guess, but there's that. the deal-breaker is, it does not feel the same on the hands. 

Realme 5 full specification

Realme 5 feels quite hefty in terms of size and weight. but the horrifying part is it hollowed, due to which it feels genuinely cheap on the hands. You can also hear some creaks especially while pressing gently on the area and your fingerprint and to the camera. So the build quality here is questionable. You definitely have to buy a good case. 

Also, one more thing realme says that they have included something called humidity protection on the phone. So openings of the phone like near the same tray or the battery area or other gaps of the phone are said to be tightly sealed with all rings and rubber gaskets. It's nothing like IP ratings, but it should survive a few splashes I guess.

Realme 5 display

Talking about the display, Realme 5 is a 6.5 inch LCD panel with a waterdrop style notch on the top. which realme calls in mini drop notch. the waterdrop notch is in itself mini version of the notch. Realme claims a screen to body ratio of 89%. So a skewed by the screen to body ratio, the chin, and the notch does not look as obtrusive. Adding to the niceties, you get Corning Gorilla Glass 3 plus protection on the top. The display, however, features an HD resolution. Because of the HD panel, the display does not look as sharp. But you won't find any pixelation either. The colors also look good on the screen and you won't find any sort of oversaturation. But I found the brightness to be rather dim and hence unlike legibility is not very good.

Realme 5  camera specs

  1. Front camera:13-megapixel selfie.
  2. Rear camera: primary camera-12MP f/1.8, The second camera - 8MP ultra-wide-angle, the third one is 2MP macro lens and the fourth one is 2MP depth sensor.
  3. Supports Nightscape, Chroma Boost, HDR and PDAF.
  4. Video recording:  up to 4K at 30fps, and can capture 720p, 1080p video.
Realme5 is also the first budget phone to pack a quad-camera at the rear panel. the rear camera module comprises of a 12-megapixel main camera followed by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro lens. With so many cameras on board, I had a lot of expectations from the cameras of Realme 5. But on use, I found the cameras to be kind of a mixed bag.

First, let's start with the primary camera. At daylight, the 12-megapixel shooter does a good job in terms of colors and saturation. the images look slightly overexposed at times, but there was nothing so worrying. However, I didn't find the images to be particularly sharp and the dynamic range wasn't so impressive either. In low-light, the phone suffers quite a lot like any budget phone would. But with its nightscape mode you get in more light, imagers look sharper and they look significantly better than that of the normal mode. You can check these samples and judge it all by yourself.

Although the images from the nightscape look good, I noticed a slight drop in the frame, so there's that. with the wide-angle camera, you won't notice any sort of color shifting issues. but the images tend to look overexposed at times. but again having a wide-angle lens at this price is a bonus.

Now let's talk about the 2-megapixel depth sensor. Although the resolution of the depth the sensor does not sound much, I really liked its performance, while capturing portrait images. blurs look natural and edge detection was impressive most of the time. However, the colors and details look softer than from the normal images. 

The fourth lens the macro lens was something I was very excited to test out. The macro lens does let you go very close to the subject. Unless you capture a really tiny object that gets lost while capturing from the main camera. Realme says you get the best results while capturing the subject from a four-centimeter distance. But even when maintaining that distance, I never really got a good shot. That's because of the sensor. The macro lens is a 2-megapixel sensor so despite its capability to capture macro shots. The shots don't look that impressive as they lack details. So I found the macro lens to be rather gimmicky. most of the time you get better shots by zooming in slightly into the subject. 

Talking about the zoom unlike the Realme x where you can go up to two times here you can perform zooming up to five times. since the zooming on the phone is entirely digital, you will start to lose details while zooming. 

Slipping to the front camera, you get a 13-megapixel selfie shooter tucked neatly in the notch. I must say selfies look good. You get enough details with good colors. You won't find any sort of over-processing going on over there. So I was satisfied with its performance. Even the portrait selfies are good, but with software, edge detection does not look perfect. But still, it is used almost all the time.

Realme 5 video quality

When it comes to video quality, you can capture 720p 1080p and 4k videos all at 30fps. Although there is no image stabilization in here. You will get quite stabilized 720p and 1080p videos. Colors and sharpness also look good considering the phone's price.

 Realme 5 performance

Now let's talk performance. Memory-wise you get 3 options, these are 3 plus 32 GB, 4 plus 64 GB  and 4 plus 128 GB. But unlike the realme5 Pro, you don't get UFS storage in here. So no ultra-fast read and write speed. You do get an expandable SD card slot to expand the memory up to 256 GB. For chipset the phone pack Snapdragon 665, which is a decent upgrade over the Realme 3 and even the Realme 2 pro. You can easily see that on the benchmarks. With a better processor onboard, you can expect a boost in performance. The phone is now quite smooth and you can multitask with a number of apps without any hiccups.

Realme 5 gaming review

Even on the gaming part, you can expect a similar kind of fluidity and that's more so while playing light games. But that does not mean the device cannot run high-end games. You can still play PUBG mobile very smoothly. But that happens, only at low settings. While playing the game at high settings, you can notice some stutters. Given the budget-friendly nature of the phone, I think that's understandable.

Realme 5 software update

On to the software front, there's Android 9 pie with the latest color OS 6.0.1. It has received a few refinements over the color OS 6 found on the realme X. But like I say in every realme review, it's definitely not the best UI and the number of bloatware hasn't gotten any less. But since most of these apps can be uninstalled this is not a big issue.

The phone has wide l3 protection. so this means that you cannot stream Netflix and Amazon Prime in HD. So if the company could provide the L1 certification through an update that would be great. 

Realme 5 battery life

Realme 5 houses a 5000 mAh battery and coupled with a low res HD display the battery life is just awesome. I think this is the phone with the best battery life that I have tested till date. But I've heard some rumors that Samsung is launching the Galaxy m30s  with a huge 6 thousand mAh batteries. So that is going to be an interesting device as well but really a software and battery optimizations are really impressive here. The phone easily lasts more than two days on normal use. The phone barely spends any battery juice when it's on standby and I find that genuinely impressive.

Realme 5 charging time

When it comes to charging, you get a 10-watt charger inside the box and takes around 3.5 hours to get the device fully charged and that's quite a lot. I also try charging it with a 20-watt book charger that came with the realme 5 pro, but that did not speed up the charging process. So even if you use a fast charger you're not going to get any kind of acceleration in the charging speeds so you will have to deal with that.

As for extras, you get a rarely mounted fingerprint sensor. which is fast accurate and reliable. the face unlock is also quite fast, but since its software-based, it's obviously not that reliable. The output from the headphone jack and the speakers are unimpressive as expected on a budget phone.

So what do I make of the Realme 5? well, you may find me finicky, but I am not particularly impressed with the build quality of the phone. Also, the presence of an issue display is not very impressive and the 2-megapixel macro lens is nothing more than a gimmick. But such trade-offs are found on all budget phones, right!

Looking at the brighter side you get a very capable processor, a huge battery and various options on the camera front. So for some 150 dollars, you get a good package overall with the realme 5. If you want a more premium build and sharper display, you can go with the Redmi Note 7 or the Redmi note 7s. Otherwise, you cannot go wrong with the realme 5. So that was our review of the Realme 5. let us know in the comments section below what do you think of the device.

Realme x2 pro review: specs, price, camera, battery, etc

Realme x2 pro complete review: specs, design, price, camera, battery, etc

Realme used to be all about plastic, but with the realme X2, they started to step up their belt game and that's continued here with the x2 Pro. But before we begin on the complete review of this, take a look at realme x2 pro specification.

Realme x2 pro specs

  • Display: x2 Pro has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, 405 PPI pixel density. aspect ratio is 20:9 and screen to body ratio is 83:7
  • Processor: Realme x2 pro runs on Android v9. 0 Pie and powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 plus.
  • Ram: There is two variant of x2 pro, one has 8GB RAM and the other one is 12 GB RAM.
  • Storage: 128GB internal memory in 8Gb RAM variant and 256GB in 12GB RAM variant.(No Expandable Memory)
  • Camera: Front camera16MP, Rear camera- a primary camera, which is  64MP Quad Camera with 20x Hybrid Zoom,  and three other cameras.( 13MP telephoto sensor, 8MP ultra-wide sensor, 2MP depth sensor)
  • Image Resolution:9000 x 7000 Pixels
  • Video Recording:4K video at 30fps/60fps, 1080p at 30fps/60fps, 720p Video recording at 30fps/60fps and Slow motion up to 960fps.
  • Battery: 400 mAh. (two 2000 mAh batteries)
  • Quick Charging: Yes, fast-charging available, with 50W SuperVOOC Flash Charge you can go zero to 100 % in 35 minutes.
  • Fingerprint Sensor: It has an on-screen fingerprint sensor, plus other sensor features like Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope are also available.
  • Audio quality: x2 pro comes with Dual Stereo Speakers, Support dual-mic noise reduction and Support Dolby Atmos.

Realme x2 pro design

This is yet another glass sandwich design that we have with Gorilla Glass 5 to both sides. in between the two slabs of glasses and anodized aluminum frame. The glass a metal. it's all smooth and slippery. But that doesn't mean that x2 pro looks or feels any less premium than any other phone out there. in fact the back, that curved paddle the way it reflects light, the accent around the camera, it all looks pretty from purely a look standpoint. I feel really standard with the x2 pro.

Realme x2 pro thickness

 As for the weight, it weighs in at almost 200 grams and given the 8.7 mm thickness, the phone feels really enough. Not in one hand always, but it's not too bulky either. 

Realme x2 pro display

Now the highlight of the x2 Pro, it isn't something you'd notice immediately. it's actually this display. At first glance, it looks like pretty much a standard notch display. but this is a 90 Hertz AMOLED panel, a 6.5 inch full HD Plus AMOLED panel. the use of Super AMOLED here allows real me to go with an in-display fingerprint scanner and this scanner is among the fastest in-display scanners that we've tested. I have no issues with accuracy or never did I feel I was waiting for it to scan my fingerprint in my two weeks with this phone.

Now that 90 Hertz refresh rate of the display that's also something I really enjoyed using. I know the higher refresh rates are gonna become more common in 2020. Even phones like the kid 30 I'm bringing it to the mid-range. but  90 Hertz is awesome and I love the fact that this is AMOLED and it brings with it all of AMOLED's regular characteristics like infinite contrast, rich colors, excellent viewing angles and it's bright, bright enough to use outdoors in the day without any issues.

There is white wine l1 certification on both. So streaming videos and HD resolutions that was no issue and this video viewing experience, it's pretty good here on the X2 pro. not just because of the excellent display but also because of the audio. 

First, the Downloads firing speaker and about this tiny notch up top. there's a slit that also doubles as a stereo speaker. The audio via these two combined it's quite loud and full and this led it's, of course, the year piece and taking calls with that, I have no issues. Cell reception call quality they were quite fine too.

Here in this launch is also the 16 megapixel f/2 camera. This helps with face unlock, which was pretty quick and as for selfies they were well detailed and the skin tones, they were natural. I really liked how good the dynamic range was here. Just look at the blue skies to the back, this is something that gets blown out with a lot of selfie cameras, not here not on the x2 Pro. 

Realme x2 pro audio quality

There is a headphone jack to the bottom and the audio output via these, that is also pretty good. now high refresh straight display isn't something you just used to watch videos. if that's all you're gonna do you're not utilizing it to its fullest. one of the areas where a high refresh rate display really enhances the experience is with gaming and for that we need strong internals and that's something really is delivered upon here.

Realme x2 pro storage

The realme x2 pro is powered by the Snapdragon 855 plus chip, Hong Kong's flagship chip. This is paired with 8 or 12 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of UFS 3.0 storage. Remember, realme does sell a 64 GB version in China, which does use UFS 2.1, but that's not available in India. so all variants being sold in India and the faster UFS 3.0 storage. 

The quick storage sure means that even with other tasks like opening in one app after another or jumping back and forth it's all pretty fast and snappy. The combination of the high refresh rate, the flagship chip, super-fast storage, and high-capacity ram makes for a really snappy user experience. this is further complemented by a well-optimized user interface. 

The real me x2 Pro is running on android 9 pie with color OS 6.1 on top. Color OS 7 should be coming out soon. But, we already have some nice little features like a system-wide dark mode that's pretty neat. Gestures that are useful and intuitive and so on. So like I said the software here on the realme x2 Pro it complements the strong hardware, but as all this comes at the cost of battery life.

Realme x2 pro battery

The realme x2 pro has a 4000 mAh battery inside and this one lasts all day on a single charge with moderate usage. you can drain it if you want to. Of course heavy gaming or GPS use can kill it but on most of my days I ended up getting through an entire day with not reduce.

But here's the thing, realme is not really using a 4000 mAh battery here on the realme x2 Pro. Yes, you heard me right, so are they lying! Not really, they have two 2000 mAh batteries inside. Well, the reason they are doing that is because they let there, I mean, that lets them charge both batteries simultaneously and basically achieve an effect of 50 watts at speed. meaning we can go from 0 to 100 in 31 minutes flat. that's just nuts, alright. so even if you do end up running out of juice, a quick 10-minute top-up should get you from zero to 43% and we did test it out.

Now one con with this 50-watt charger, this charging technology is that, super hoop its proprietary tech. Meaning you need a real nice charger to make this happen. But to tackle that real me has also provided support for USB power delivery and adding water to a charge. So even with a regular quick charge adapter which is easier you find, more commonly found the x2 pro should still, charge reasonably fast.

Realme x2 pro camera specs

Talking about x2 pro camera, first we have the 64 MP primary camera. That's the Samsung GW1 sensor it's paired with the F /1.8 lens. Realme x2 pro shoots bright and rich shots images come out looking great the dynamic range is pretty good too.

Just look at the blue skies, the ample detail in the shadows at one time. we also have a new super night view 2.0-night mode. this with that F 1.8 aperture lens and the large pixel size. thanks to the phobar one-pixel pinning here. means the primary sensor is able to let a lot more light in and capture impressive images like this in dem conditions. the colors they look natural and this new nightscape performs well.

Next up, we have the 13 megapixel telephoto sensor. it can do 2 X optical 5 X hybrid and 20 X digital zoom and I know really connect also 20 X hybrid but then that's a little misleading. it is you know, it's 5X hybrid generally. they could call it 20x hybrid because it's not entirely digital. It's still a mix of optical plus digital. technically hybrid but before this phone which really use the term hybrid for lossless zoom. Realme is not calling it hybrid lossless. so you can, but anyway. That's all marketing speak let's just forget the 20x here.

I kind of like what real me is done with the optics. I want to detail that real me has been able to get out of that 5x hybrid is quite impressive. Again forget the 20x. 

The third camera is an 8 MP with an F 2.0 ultra-wide lens. The field of view is 117 degrees. The pictures here a reasonably sharp. the dynamic range is okay-ish. realme is also enabled super macro shots like these via this sensor. 

The final camera is a 2 megapixel depth sensor that's used for depth deduction and I'm not sure why this needs to be there. because with a 2 X optical zoom as we've seen with Xiaomi implementations and so on that could have kind of subbed in for this. but hey it's there it's reduction is on point so can't really complain.

Really also lets us control the background bokeh here. The rear camera portrait have been excellent since these pictures are being taken by the 64 MP camera. After all the primary SSL pride gw1. I also liked how we have an option to shoot manual with all three sensors the areal means full-fledged pro mode.

When it comes to videos, we have support for up to 4k, 60fps video recording. Well, the footage here is sharp and vibrant with an excellent dynamic range. The lack of stabilization hurts it. For stabilization, we need to switch to 1080. Realme even offering UIS super steady option that uses addressing stabilization, software stabilization to eliminate shake. So overall an excellent camera package from realme actually, x2 pro is an excellent overall phone from realme.

Realme x2 pro price

The x2 pro delivers on all fronts the bell the high refresh rate, display, the cameras, battery life, charging, it's all pretty good. and the cost of the two variants of realme x2 pro is really nice. The price of the 8 GB RAM, 128 GB internal storage, variant is 29,898 rupees and the 12 GB RAM/ 256 GB storage is 33,999 rupees. Now for this price the x2 Pro is an amazing value. 

I mean yes, the K 20 pro is cheaper. The x2 pro, it does offer quite a few things at this price that the competition doesn't. like that 90 Hertz display the 50 watts charging those cameras and so on and if they are important to you, I highly suggest that you pick the realme x2 pro up. It's one hell of a phone.

Now with that, we get at the end of the realme x2 pro review on specs, display, camera, storage, etc, what do you think about the x2 Pro? love it hate it! feel something else is better. let us know in the comments below.

Realme 5i complete review-5i specs, camera,battery,price,etc

A complete review of Realme 5i specs, camera, storage, battery, price, performance, etc.

Realme recently launched the realme 5i, which is nothing but a watered-down version of the realme 5. The major difference between the 2 phones is on the front camera. realme 5i is another awesome smartphone by realme under the price segment of 10,000 pieces. After using this 5i for a while, here is our initial review of realme 5i. 

The realme 5i is the company's latest quad-camera phone. It is yet another good budget-oriented phone. which will compete with the likes of Redmi note 8 and Redmi 8. It doesn't come with the company's signature diamond-cut design, seen on realme 5 and real me 5s. Instead, you get a textured back, which the company calls as the sunrise design. I personally love the sunrise design more than the diamond-cut design as we have seen on other devices from realme.

Details of Realme 5i specs

  • Display: LCD multi-Touch display, 6.5-inch (16.5cm) mini-drop fullscreen, 89% screen-to-body ratio and 1600-by-720-pixel resolution at 269 PPI.
  • Processor: 1.8GHz Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 AIE processor.
  • CPU:  Octa-core (4x2.0 GHz Kryo 260 Gold & 4x1.8 GHz Kryo 260 Silver)
  • GPU: Adreno 610 GPU
  • RAM: 4GB RAM.
  • Camera: Front camera - 8-megapixel (f/2.0), Rear camera12-megapixel (f/1.8) + 8-megapixel (f/2.25) + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel.
  • Video Recording: 4K video recording @ 30fps, 1080p HD @  30fps, Electric image stabilization for video, and Support 120fps slow motion.
  •  Storage: 64 GB, Expandable up to 256 GB through microSD.
  • Operating  System: Android 9 Pie with color OS 6.0.1 skin.
  • Battery: 5000 mAh
  • Quick Charging: No, but supports reverse charging.
  • Fingerprint sensor: yes
  • Other sensor features: Face unlock, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, and Ambient light sensor.

The phone is still made out of plastic and rear camera and button placements are also identical. the realme 5i features a big 6.52-inch display with a Mini Drop Notch. Realme says that the notch on this device is 39% smaller than the previous phone's notch. it has a maximum brightness of 418 nits, which is good enough when viewing the phone outdoors. while the big size makes one-hand usage pretty difficult. The massive 6.52-inch screen is a boon for bench watchers.

Realme 5i performance

The smartphone draws its power from Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SOC. You will find the same Snapdragon chipset on the Redmi Note 8 as well. Realme 5i is a capable phone and can handle day-to-day tasks with ease. You can easily play games like subway surfer and even PUBG mobile. 

The company selling this phone in only one variant 4gb RAM and 64gb storage. It can expandable up to 256 GB. Realme 5i is priced at rupees 8999 in India. We found the fingerprint scanner to be well-positioned and it is quick enough to unlock the phone. Realme is still offering a micro USB port instead of USB type-c port available on the latest Xiaomi Redmi products. Realme 5i runs Android 9 Pie with color OS skin on the top. 

Realme 5i camera details

Realme hasn't changed the cameras on the realme 5I and you get the same camera setup as on the realme 5. It has the 12-megapixel main camera and 8 megapixel wide-angle camera and a 2 megapixel macro camera. at the front, Realme 5i has an 8-megapixel sensor instead of the 13-megapixel camera on Realme 5. In the daylight, the new realme 5i phone can capture shots with good color reproduction and objects at the distance were recognizable. in the low-light, it takes decent shots but objects at distance lack details. which is the case with most budget phones. video recording maxes out at 4k for the primary camera and you get option to shoot only at 30fps.

Realme 5i price and battery

one of the biggest OSM piece of the phone is 5000 mAh battery. You can expect up to two days of battery life with very light usage. the sad part is that, the phone lack support for fast charging tech but supports reverse charging. it ships with 10-watt charger which will take more than two and a half hours to fully top up the phone. 

overall the realme 5i and the realme 5 are identical in almost all the aspects with the main difference being in the front camera and the sunrise design. both the headsets offer the same experience and the new one is good enough to be on top of your list. Also, realme will be phasing out the original realme 5 in favor of the realme 5i. 

So, that's pretty much for the new quad-camera phone review. we hope you get the info that you want to know about realme 5i specs, camera, storage, performance, price, etc.  

Galaxy note 10 vs s10 - Which one is better!

Which one is better galaxy note 10 vs s10?

Galaxy Note 10 vs galaxy s10, (what's better s10 or note 10!) which should you buy because both of these are quite the same size and naturally, you would ask the question should I just get the galaxy s10.

I mean it's about the same size, it's cheaper than a galaxy note 10 and it has certain features, The galaxy note 10 doesn't have. well, I could tell you right now that for $950, I'm not sure if this note 10 is gonna be worth it. The Galaxy S10 around $899 on Samsung. It depends on where you look it's already coming down at price, I've seen it in the six is already. 

So I would just say that the S10 is just a cheaper phone. let's just put it that way, right now you're gonna save some money if you buy the Galaxy S10 but if you buy the Note 10 you do get the all-new S Pen features.

Galaxy Note 10 vs s10

So let's talk about which one is better? Ok, guys so let's talk about the build and the design of both of these smartphones and which one's gonna be for you. Now we'll begin with the Galaxy Note 10, you could see a pretty square design, stretches the panel a little bit and a lot of people are calling this a compact phone. 

It is more compact for a Note series device, but this is not a small phone, there's still a lot smaller phones than this and I wouldn't categorize this as a compact that will categorize this as a smaller large phone and it does a good job at feeling that way. 

As 168 grams so it's a lot lighter than prior notes that came before it. It's quite thin here as well just 7.9 millimeters. Also off to the left, you can see, we have the power button on the left side so left is might like that, in addition, no Bixby key. Well, this can double as the Bixby key but you can also turn that off and it could just be the power button. 

So no dedicated Bigsby key anymore, which a lot of people do. At the top we do have the SIM card tray as well as the speaker grille at the bottom we do have ourselves speaker grill here USB, S Pen overall I gotta say that the Galaxy Note 10 square feel so if you kind of like that and you know you want is the most screen you could get and the smallest note body possible you will love this.

Galaxy s10 vs note 10 (Design)

Now the Galaxy S10 is a little bit curvier on the edges. Right here, you can see it just curves a little bit more, it's a little bit sleeker. In my opinion, personally, I think the Galaxy S 10 feels nicer to hold than the Galaxy Note 10. It's a lighter phone at 157 grams. it also has a pretty flat looking display compared to, you know, some really sharp curbs unlike the galaxy s 8. 

So, it's still curved but it's more subtle than before. You still have the Infinity oh it's just buried over there, on the right side. it's kind of out of the way a little bit more than the Galaxy Note 10. But the Galaxy Note 10, it's a little more symmetrical in that regard. This is also an extremely thin phone at 7.8 millimeters. so it's also thinner than the Galaxy Note 10. 

On the back, you can see that white is a lot of different, this is the ORA and you can see, you do have the triple camera in more of a horizontal fashion. overall, I gotta say that both of these phones feel pretty much the same. When it comes to premium I just think that the design is a little bit better with the s10 due to the curve, in your hand, it just feels more ergonomic. 

But the Galaxy Note 10 is a great step in the right direction if you want to s-pen and you wanted a smaller Galaxy Note 10. So make a decision based on those pointers, I've pointed out there and both of these do have Gorilla Glass frames, on both the front and the back. So they're pretty high quality in that respect in addition ip68 In both.

Samsung galaxy s10 vs note 10 (Display)

Let's talk about their displays. Again I'll begin with the Galaxy Note 9. The benefits of the Note 9 display over the Galaxy S10. Now they're about the same brightness, I'm not noticing too much of a difference there. They both have night modes, but, what a big difference here is that, the Galaxy Note 10 thus one only goes up to 20 - 80 by 1080 so 401 and I say only, but it's still a pretty high resolution at 401 PPI. You still will notice that the Galaxy s10 is far superior in resolution into this phone, we'll get to that in a minute. but worthy Note 10 shines is that, it feels more off screen because it's 90.1 or 90.9 screen to body ratio. So it has a higher screen to body ratio and it looks more symmetrical, because of the Infinity oh, it is at the top. So I actually think the Samsung galaxy note 10, feels like a more off-screen phone than the galaxy s10. But only very very slightly in terms of color reproduction and brightness and all that stuff HDR 10 plus support the note 10 has it so very good display overall. 

Now the Galaxy S10 though has a much higher resolution, so technically I think, it's a superior display to that of the Galaxy Note10 resolution. But this is not gonna matter to most people, so I would say if you're gonna buy one of these phones and make it based on where the infinity, All bothers you more, up in the right corner or up at the top. Because in terms of the actual usage day-to-day, unless you're putting these side-by-side, you probably won't notice too much of a difference. However, if you are a pixel paper and you love high resolution, there's no other choice but the galaxy s10 here. But again if you like more of an off-screen look, you're gonna like the note 10 more.

Galaxy s10 vs Galaxy note 10 (specs)

Although both have some same specs, we have found out some main unmatched specs here...(note 10 vs s10 specs)

  • Storage:  Note 10 has 256 GB internal memory and user available storage is up to 224 GB, whereas s10 has 128 GB and user available storage up to 107 GB.
  • Expandable Memory: up to 1 TB in galaxy Note 10 and up to 512 GB in s10.
  • Processor: Galaxy Note 10 has Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 9825(2.73 GHz, Dual-core, M4 Mongoose + 2.4 GHz, Dual-core, Cortex A75 + 1.9 GHz, Quad-core, Cortex A55) processor, but s10 has Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 9820 processor.
  • Display:  (note 10 vs s10 size) Galaxy Note 10 is 6.3 inches, but s10 is a 6.1 inches display. Screen Resolution in Note 10 is 1080 x 2280 pixels, but 1440 x 3040 pixels in s 10. pixel density in Note 10 is  400 PPI, whereas, 551 PPI in s 10.
  • Camera Features: (galaxy s10 vs note 10 camera) Although both have the same lance power, Note 10 has more camera features than s10. galaxy note 10 has ( 10 x Digital Zoom, 2 x Optical Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus) but in  galaxy s10 (10 x Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus)
  • Video Recording: Note 10 has more option than  s 10, in galaxy note 10 (3840x2160 @ 60 fps, 1920x1080 @ 240 fps, 1280x720 @ 960 fps) , but in s 10 (3840x2160 @ 30 fps).
  • Battery: (s10 vs note 10 battery life) 3500 mAh battery in Note 10, but in s10 it is 3400 mAh. In Talktime point of view, Note 10 runs up to 24 hours(4G) but in s10, it is up to 21 hours(4G).

So talking about the software, Galaxy Note 10 actually comes of ONE UI, a 1.5 an android 9 pie. So it is on a newer version of the one UI. Galaxy s10 comes with 1 UI 1.1 an android version 9. But at the end of the day, the software experience is literally about the same. The only difference again is down to the s-pen software, that comes down on the galaxy note 10. Also, you have a link to Windows here as well as Samsung decks to a Mac or PC and other than that I'm not noticing too much of a  change between both of these. The core experience is generally the same. Now I'll don't see the screen recorder option in here on the s10, I see it here for the note 10. So there are a few little new features are thrown in here and there I would say that the one UI version 1.5 definitely better for the note 10. So if you want the latest Samsung software, I'd pick the note 10 here, but the core experience that you're actually gonna use most of the time it's about the same experience, so we don't need to go on and on about that.

Both can multitask, both can you pop view windows, both can do pretty much all the core essentials, you love from Samsung devices. so in terms of performance, they're literally the same 855 CPUs 8 GB of RAM. There's faster storage on Note 10, but it doesn't have expandable storage which you can get are very fast SD cards for Galaxy S 10. so we don't need to go on and on about the performance. They literally perform exactly the same in the day to day use. So there is no difference there if you want an extremely fast phone, you'll be happy with both of these. If you want very fast file transferring like the top of the game then, you'll definitely want Galaxy Note 10 with its new file transfer 3.0, it's definitely up there. 

Galaxy s10 vs Note 10 plus (storage)

So, which one should you choose in terms of storage! 

Now UFS 3.0 on Note 10, very fast file transferring storage. So, if you care about internal storage, you'll probably just want the galaxy note 10. But if you like to expand your memory, you'll want the Galaxy S 10, this phone has expandable storage via the SD card and this one also comes with less storage though from the start and it's a little bit slower storage so keep that in mind you do get less. You get more storage on the Note 10, but you don't get to expand it here. So what you get is, what you're stuck with here on Note 10, for me, I personally would probably just take the Galaxy S 10 storage. Because I can get this in 256 GB, I can get an expandable memory and even though it's slightly slower, I'll live with that to have the expansion because having the expansion helps with long-term use. If you don't want to be, you know, managing the files too much you can just throw on a new SD card and you have tons more storage. So it's really up to you, but for me, I'd pick the galaxy  s10.

Galaxy s10 vs note 10 camera

Talking about the camera's, triple camera on Note 10 and a triple camera on the s10. They're basically the same camera. They're just looking a little bit different on the back. They both have 12 megapixel, regular wide 12 megapixel telephotos and 16-megapixel ultra-wide cameras on the rear. They both do 2160 at 60fps and they both have, pretty much the same software. When you do open up those cameras, however, the night mode is included automatically in the galaxy note 10, where some times you'll take some photo and the scene optimizer will recognize it and throw it in night mode. for my s10, over here. So that's something a little bit different, also you can a doodle with the s-pen on this phone. But other than that the software is about the same, on both of them. You have life focused slow motion there feature-packed phones let's just put it that way. If we go into the settings menu, you can see super loaded with features and features and features and it just keeps ongoing. 

So I would say just take a look at these samples, I took with both of them and make a decision based on the quality. Which one you think is better for you but for me I found them to be literally exactly the same quality just about, so I wouldn't even pick either based on camera cuz, it's literally about the same camera.

Samsung galaxy s10 vs note 10 (Audio)

Talking about the audio performance on both, both of them do have dual speakers and both of them do have Dolby Atmos support. So they're both very loud and they both have pretty good sound. The Galaxy Note 10.1 has it integrated above, you know, bezel right or it's in the bezel up there, just a little bit. Now one major difference on the galaxy s 10 which really sets this phone, Apart is the headphone jack right there. So if you do want a headphone jack, you still have it here. Note 10 comes with the USB C headphones, but you have a headphone jack dual speakers, the galaxy s10 is just a better phone for audio for me, because it's just more versatile than Note 10.

Galaxy s10 vs galaxy note 10 (battery life)

When it comes to the battery on both phones, they're both a pretty similar-sized battery. Although the galaxy note 10 has a 3500 this one has a 3400 for Galaxy S 10. this one also comes with a 25-watt charger, so faster charging for Note 10. out of the box you have 15 watts over here for s10. But based on my initial testing, my final conclusion is, I'm getting the sit around the same battery life on both of these, I'm getting through most of the day and then I got a top-up like maybe six-seven o'clock at night. So I don't really deplete the battery down too much and if I really stretched it. I'll probably be ending up with a dead battery by the time, it's like 10 o'clock p.m.

On both of the final assessment is that you can get through the day with both of these if you're a light to the medium user or your busy person you're not on your phone constantly all day. but if you're a heavy phone user both of these are just adequate and they're not gonna please you because you'll be needing to get to a charger a lot faster then you're used to if you use the phone heavily.

Galaxy Note 10 s pen

When it comes to the s-pen, there's only one phone here. that has it and that, of course, that's the note 10. So if you're into productivity features, you want to write on your calendar, you want to due...,  you want to live message, you want to cut things out, you want to create notes, you want the s-pen. You want to take pictures from afar with the s-pen. You want this tool on your phone. There's no other pic, it's just a note 10. So the note 10 wins on the basis of productivity, just because, it has the s-pen that's sleekly, that tucks right into you the body itself. So Galaxy Note 10 is your pick if you're heavily into productivity. You'll find more benefit out of this phone within the Galaxy S10.

Samsung galaxy s10 vs galaxy note 10 (Phone call quality)

The phone call quality both of these have been fantastic. they both hold on to signal strength very well. They both have good call quality, through the earpieces and I gotta say that the speakerphones could be a little bit louder on both of them. But I haven't had any drop calls with either, I've been testing both of them pretty rigorously with phone calls and neither of them has given me an issue. So I gotta say that this area of phone call quality is stellar on both.

                                                         So which one should you buy, Galaxy note 10 or s10? I've been really thinking about this too and it's been a really tough decision to make and I'm gonna have an unpopular opinion here, Because it's not the latest phone out, but the Galaxy S10 to me, right now, is the better pick based on this circumstance, if you are paying cash money for the phone. Because there's just too many corners cut at 9:49. It just feels like robbery honey, the Galaxy Note 10 for what they're giving you in comparison to what Samsung is giving you on the s10. As well as you know, prior phones that came before it, Note 9 was around the same price, as this phone and it gave you a higher resolution display gave you the same dual speakers, they gave you a headphone jack.

it gave you expandable memory you can just see it when you pull out the SD card slot up here or the SIM card tray that where they just didn't put it in there on purpose, this is a pure profit move right here to get you to buy the note 10 plus. Here on the Note 10, however, it's still a really good smartphone. It's probably just as good if not better than the s10. In terms of, you know, everything it can do, it has the s-pen, which makes it really productive. But the galaxy S10 does didn't cut as many corners in comparison to its bigger brother the S 10 plus.

Now, my second thing is, if you get these on a deal, like, if you can get a trade-in you'd knock the note 10 down to like, maybe $500 something, maybe $600. Then yeah, I probably would pick the note 10, because I get the s-pen, I get them all screen more off-screen look and feel. But if you're just buying these from a pure cash standpoint like full retail, you just pay cash money for your phone right now S10, when the note 10 comes down then consider the note 10, it asks my final conclusion between both of these.

So what are your thoughts, would you pick the note 10 or would you pick the galaxy s10 comments them down below in the comments section.