Six months earlier, Realme launched Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro, and today, Realme launched its confirmed successors, known as Realme 7 or Realme 7 Pro. The cameras are better, the battery larger and charging is quicker in both to these devices, according to Realme itself. The design of both of these devices shows a modern style, and according to Realme, it is influenced by the natural mirror space. Both smartphones sit in the mid-range market, but the Realme 7 Pro is still competing in the luxury mid-range category with its rivals.
Realme 7 Pro Specs, Pricing, Camera, Features
This device is running on the same Snapdragon 720G SoC processor which can be found in earlier Realme device, 6 Pro, but in some certain areas, it offers significant improvements compared to its predecessor. The greatest update is the SuperDart 65W charging, which can still only be seen on some of the most expensive X models of Realme. The company reports that in 34 minutes this charger is capable of charging the entire 7 Pro battery, which is 4,500 mAh straight from 0% to 100%.
The Super AMOLED screen of the 7 Pro is a little shorter with 6.4, “versus the 6 Pro which is fitted with a 6.6” LCD, that can also make the 7 Pro easier to carry. The screen resolution is FullHD+, but the refresh rate has fallen from 90Hz to 60Hz in the 7 Pro which can be a huge drawback for users upgrading from 6 Pro to 7 Pro. Realme informs us that for this change, the input of its buyers who chose an AMOLED 60Hz screen over 90Hz LCD display has been taken into consideration. In addition, in contrast with the side installed fingerprint scanner that came with the previous version, Realme is providing an Always-on display and an In-Display Fingerprint scanner on the 7 Pro.
In the Realme 6 Pro, there were 6 cameras in total, two on the front, and four on the back. The 7 Pro is a smaller one since the 8MP Ultra Wide Angle Front Sensor was reduced, but the key 16MP Selfie camera on the 6 Pro has been replaced by 32MP on the 7 Pro. The layout of the quad camera on the back also varies. The 12MP Telephoto Sensor was discontinued by Realme to favor the 2MP depth sensor. The main camera now uses the newest Sony 64MP IMX682 sensors, though maintaining the 8MP Ultrawide and 2MP macro models.
The Realme7 Pro smartphone will come with Dolby Atmos, just like the 6 Pro device except for this time it’s supplied with stereo speakers, another feature that has manipulated the premium segment smartphones from Realme. The Realme 7 Pro also has a 3.5 mm headphone socket, a dedicated microSD card slot, a NavIC port, and dual-rate GPS support.
The Realme 7 Pro is using the Android 10 OS but comes with Realme UI that boosts the entire performance of the device. This device will be available in Mirror Blue, and Silver color with a 2 GB/128 GB and 8GB/128 GB of RAM configuration. The pricing of Realme 7 Pro will start from Rs.19,999 ($230/$270) and will go all the way to Rs.21,999 (€255/$300), which is the more costly edition. The first sale of this device will go live on both Realme and Flipkart websites in India on 14 September.
Realme 7 Specs, Pricing, Camera, Features
The Realme 7 will come with a 6.5-inch FullHD+ 90Hz LCD display screen which is already available in many of the Realme previous smartphones. Though, this is the world’s first newly announced mobile to be powered by the Helio G95 SoC processor, which is an improvement over the G90T processor of the Realme 6 device. The battery capacity grew from 4300 mAh to 5000 mAh but still charges at 30W.
The Sony IMX782 sensor is also available for use in the Realme 7 but the rest of the configuration is very much like the 6 Pro. Talking about the camera configuration, then this device will come with a 16 MP selfie shooter camera on the front side, and an 8 MP ultra-wide camera, 2 MP macro, and 2 MP depth sensor modules attached with the primary camera on the rear side. But as with Pro versions, Realme 7 will also have the Starry Mode. In 64MP and Night Mode you will be able to switch between AI and Pro mode. Remember that most of these features will not be accessible right out of the box on Realme 7 as they will be rolled out with an OTA update.
Talking about more of the Realme 7 features, it will have a 3.5 mm headphone jack, Realme UI which is based on the Android 10, site-built fingerprint reader, a microSD slot with a memory capacity of up to 128 GB, and 2 RAM options – 6 GB and 8 GB. Even if the smartphone is splashproof, it has no official IP ranking just like the Pro.
The pricing of Realme 7 will start from Rs.14,999 (€170/$205) for the 6GB/64 GB version and it will go up to Rs.16,999 (€195/$230) for 8GB/128 GB edition. Both of these device models are available in Mist White and Mist Blue colors and will be sold on the Realme’s official website in India from 10 September.