Recently, the Realme 5 Pro entered our den and since then we have already been pushing it hard. Our experience with the system implies it has its own advantages and disadvantages. If you buy the Realme 5 Pro or in the event you rather purchase the Realme X? Let’s talk the details inside our Realme 5 Pro review.
Design and Quality
As evident from images, we have the realme 5 pro Crystal Green version that type of reminds us from Vivo Z1 Guru. Some of the reasons could very well be the’holographic gradient back’. The back panel has a diamond design pattern which is a version of this gradient that we usually see on Realme phones. Realme claims that the nice details are achieved through a intricate procedure and it took them 78 adjustments to perfect the ultimate look.
The device is mainly made out of polycarbonate and has a glass finish. The rear panel is eloquent with seamless curves on edges ensuring a strong grip. Though it is not as premium while the Realme X, it doesn’t feel inexpensive either.
Realme has also pinpointed it when it comes to build quality. There aren’t any flexes or creaks along with the Realme 5 Pro feels very solid at your fingertips. The display is guarded by Gorilla Glass 3 and Realme claims that the phone is splash resistant (though, there’s no IP certification).
The screen can be an IPS LCD panel that’s perhaps not as magical as the AMOLED one we saw on the Realme X but is still decent enough for the price. The display itself is sharp and vivid and users will have the choice to fix to warmer tones. The screen could possibly get 450nits bright and outdoor visibility is only around average.
Performance is your strong suit of the Realme 5 Guru. It is driven by Qualcomm’s modern age 700-series chip set — the Snapdragon 712. Competitors are calling outside Realme for use of dated chip set, so this would temporarily put them to break.
We have the 5 Guru at 8GB RAM along with 128GB internal storage variation around, but it also available in 4GB+64GB and 6GB+64GB choices. This is nearly as good as it has at this price segment.
The Realme 5 Guru runs ColorOS 6 leased from Oppo, however with different refinements. Concerning features, Color OS is too rich as any other android established custom OS. The application also includes DRM L1 certificate and supports HD streaming from apps like Netflix along with Prime Videos.
The Realme 5 Guru gets a fresh versatile Quad Camera installment at the back which is a combination of 48MP Sony IMX56 detector with 8MP Ultra wide camera, 2 MP Macro camera, and 2MP Portrait sensor. There’s a 16MP selfie snapper on the front.
The 48MP primary sensor features an f/1.8 aperture and uses Pixel binning and merges four pixes to one to produces compact, vibrant 12MP images. For those who wish to shoot in true 48MP resolution, then they could switch into the dedicated manner in the camera . Looking at the shots shot against the Realme 5 Pro, it manages to catch saturated graphics that have a good volume of details.
The Realme 5 Guru is based on its 4,035 mAh battery that readily managed to deliver a complete afternoon millage. All said and done, the battery experience is exemplary for the price.