Realme 6 hands-on review
The Realme 6 is the new Pro, that's what the company keeps telling us. But what does that mean? Well, it means that the Realme 6 isn't a direct successor to the Realme 5 and instead, it takes the Realme 5 Pro's place. The shift in strategy has also resulted in a price hike for the Realme 6 series. The Realme 6 is considerably more expensive than the Realme 5, and the Realme 6 Pro enters in a new price bracket.
But let's focus on the "new Pro - the Realme 6. It looks like Realme is offering a substantial upgrade compared to both the Realme 5 and 5 Pro. For instance, the new Helio G90T chipset on board should provide even better performance than before, and the 6.5-inch LCD panel is in line with today's trends by offering a 90Hz refresh rate. Sure, it's not OLED, but this is a mid-range phone we are talking about. Kudos to Realme for bringing high-refresh rate to the masses.
Additionally, the handset boasts 30W fast charging, big enough battery, and four cameras for versatile photography. A telephoto is the only thing missing from the long specs sheet, but Realme assures that the 2x digital zoom using the main 64MP sensor is enough to provide you with comparable telephoto quality.
An interesting note to make - Realme says the phone is waterproof, although hasn't provided any proof, meaning there's no official IP certification to go with those claims. Nevertheless, the company assured us that the handset would do just fine in the rain or when splashed with some water. The "ports are tightly sealed".
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