Realme 8 Review India 2021
Realme 8 Review India 2021 .My true form A number of asteroids have developed in India in a relatively short period of time. The highly competitive company currently has a huge portfolio of smartphones, but at the rate at which it goes, the brakes need to pump a bit and focus more for its launch. I suggest the recent launch of Realme8, which was launched simultaneously with the Realme 8 Pro. Each single price Rs. 20,000, but the number of phones currently on sale, including the 7 Series, X-Series, and Narjo models, means there are many overlaps, with many minute differences between them.
The scope is Rs 8. 14,999 and must be fully slimmer through specifications with the Real 7 AMOLED display. Realme 7 is a must have RealMe 6 Pro with MediaTek SoC instead of Qualcomm, and both these models are still for sale at similar prices. The top-end variant of RealMe 8 that I am reviewing is priced at Rs. 16,999. This means that it competes directly with the Realme Norjo 30 Pro, which has a 5G SoC and 120Hz display. Do you know what I mean? Today it can be very challenging to choose an actual smartphone.
The time has come to see how RealMe 8 actually works and you should not bother with it or choose something else.Realme 8 Review India
RealMe 8 design and performance
The design of RealMe 8 is largely focused on making it thinner and lighter and it works very well here. The all-plastic body helps achieve a comfortable weight of just 177 grams and is no more than 7.99 mm thick. These two figures are major improvements compared to most RealMe7. The plastic back is a bit discouraging as scuff marks are very easy on the edges. A glass back can prevent this. RealMe 8’s buttons are a better view. Below, we have a speaker, headphone jack, and a USB Type-C port.
One major change compared to RealMe 7 is the display, which is a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED panel with full-HD + resolution instead of an LCD panel. This is the first time RealMe has received the non-pro number series AMOLED treatment. With this display, you will also get a display fingerprint sensor faster, but you will discard the 90Hz refresh rate offered by RealMe7.
The screen protector is already in use on the display, but there is no official mention of the reinforced glass, which is similar to the previous model. When we asked RealMe, a company spokesperson told us that Dragontrail Glass was used in RealMe8. RealMe 8 has a back panel design, which is meant to keep it straight, yet not plastic and glass.
I did not get any big fan of Cyber Silver color, as the iridescent effect and the huge ‘Dare to Leap’ slogan on some sections on the back panel slightly dampened my taste. Fingerprints are also a big issue in this colorway. The cyber block option seems a bit odd and maybe that’s what I was going for.
RealMe 8 is one of the more comfortable phones I’ve reviewed recently and is easy to live with, especially given that it has a 5,000 mAh battery. However, in my opinion, there can be many premium quotes such as giving back glass instead of plastic. The contents of the box include a 30W charger, a Type-C cable, a case and a SIM ejector.
Features and software
RealMe 8 reuses MediaTek Helio G95 SoC from RealMe 7, which has proven to be suitable for gaming at this price level. RealMe 8 is available in three RAM variants, all with the same 128GB UFS 2.1 storage. Price of 4GB variant Rs. At 14,999, the 6GB variant is priced at Rs. 15,999 and 8GB variants are priced at Rs. 16,999. Realme has sent me a top-end 8GB version for this review. Other features include dual-band Wi-Fi AC, Bluetooth 5.1 and common sensor and satellite navigation support. The 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display on RealMe 8 produces vibrant and vibrant colors
RealMe 8 (and 8 Pro) were some of the first phones to get out of the box with RealMe UI 2.0. It is based on Android 11 and Surface, it looks similar to the previous version. However, there are subtle design and animation changes. There is an advanced icon customization menu and all security and privacy benefits that come with Android 11 apply.
Unfortunately, the new version does not remove any bloatware and has tons of third-party and recurring applications already installed. Most of them can be uninstalled when needed, but not the browser, which is notorious for spamming you with unwanted information.
Performance and battery life
Featuring an AMOLED display, images and videos come to life instantly, making RealMe 8 a good tool for media usage. Contrast levels of performance are good and brightness is sufficient even for outdoor use. The in-display fingerprint sensor is very fast in authentication and is as reliable as facial recognition. The bottom speaker is loud, although it would be nice if it had stereo speakers.
In terms of performance, RealMe8 feels good faith. I lost fluidity in the scrolling provided by the 90Hz display but the usability is still good. The Helio G95 SoC gives good benchmark numbers, scoring 2,89,587 points on AnTuTu. more