[Review] realme 10 Pro 5G


Here we go! So we have had the realme 10 Pro 5G for a while now and there are definitely changes and improvements comparing it with its predecessor.

Initial impressions, I do like the new body, or should I say the old one? the boxy execution instead of the curvy body and screen allows me to have a better grip on my phone. Some features like the LCD panel and Snapdragon 695 processor from the realme 9 Pro come over to the realme 10 Pro 5G and some others. In the realme 10 Pro 5G you have some new features like the 108-megapixel imaging sensor.

I just love that the frame of the phone is boxy, It just looks more appealing to me aesthetically. This color, the dark matter black gives the phone a great look and vibe. 

There's no on-screen fingerprint scanner but they have one on the side and placed just below the volume rocker buttons on the right. On the left you have the SIM and microSD card slots. On the bottom, you have the speaker blaster, and the USB-C port, and good to see that there's still some 3.5 jack on these types of phones.

The screen has a 6.72 inch display with some thin bezels on top and on the sides. The bottom is a bit bigger than the other sides but it doesn't really bother me at all. It has a 120Hz refresh rate for your games, movies, and smoother scrolling.

The camera in front is punch-hole type and there's a secondary speaker there as well. Not as loud but it still helps a somewhat balanced distribution of audio when in landscape mode. Just don't expect a base-y sound on this, because there's not much in there.

The realme 10 Pro 5G runs on the latest version of realme UI 4.0. Has improved on some aspects like media & notification controls and basically overall stability. Nice to see the latest Android version on lower-range phones and not just on high-end ones. In terms of the user interface, I just love it when I use realme phones because of how friendly it is convenient, and intuitive for the user's needs. It looks clean, it's fast and just a delight to use, and easy to customize.

The realme 10 Pro 5G I reviewed has 8GB RAM_6GB and 128GB storage. While it is expandable, I would have loved an option to have a bigger capacity for internal phone storage. 

Now for gaming, you can play some games on high graphics settings. Other heavy app games that require heavy graphics might need to put a limit on the graphics settings.

The realme 10 Pro 5G is a very good entry-level and even those coming from an entry-level phone can easily upgrade to a mid-range phone to up their mobile experience. I love that it is powered by the Snapdragon 695 chipset. Overall, I do like how this smartphone release was packaged overall. The style, build, and performance are perfect for any type of user.

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