Hi, today we talk about Realme 5 pro and we present full specifications for this Realme Smartphone let start.
Realme 5 Pro phone quickly comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 eight-core processor integrated with the Graphics processor Adreno 616 and 8GB of random memories, this internal configuration or hardware for the phone is interesting and the quality of a phone in this price category, so the performance experience is the experience As usual as you’ll take from this processor, we’ll talk about the phone’s performance in detail later.
As for the rest of the specifications, the phone comes with internal storage of 128GB and supports the installation of additional memory microSDXC as well and also comes with the output of the speakers 3.5 mm, so the full experience of the economic use is available here, though the contents of the phone does not guarantee a companion headset.
Screen and design
To be honest, I have a lot of problems with Realme phone designs in general, and in Realme 5 Pro there are some notes on the design, first the obvious prominence or maybe it can be said “exaggerated”) for cameras where the phone can in no way be fixed if you put it on the desk, for example, Fortunately, Realme provides a transparent pod with the phone that resolves this highlight, although the pod is also thick and I didn’t like it and preferred to use the phone without it.
It’s good to see, but the cameras are surrounded by a layer of metal to protect it, as the images show.
From the front we find a 6.3-inch screen with a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels of IPS LCD screen comes at a density of 409 pixels per inch and in the most recent dimensions used to 19.5:9 and in general nothing new mentioned in the phone screen they are similar to the screens phones in general in the economic medium category without any fundamental change, n Q Experience watching movies, browsing, and games.
The screen contains a small Water Drop, with a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection layer, but despite that protection layer, the phone comes with a pre-installed screen protection adhesive, the screen ratio of its structure is very good overall as Realme has been able to exploit The hat to offer the lowest edges possible for a better screen viewing experience, though the bottom edge looks and it’s rather large.
The phone from the right side contains the power play button for the phone, while Realme decided to put the volume control buttons on the left side which is something you will need to get used to a little, I remember in the first experience of a phone and while trying to take a picture I have pressed the lock button screen thinking it is the control button that He takes pictures, but with the phone’s use for two days I soon get used to it.
From below we find the amplifier and unfortunately comes in mono and not Stereo sound so expect a high sound that lacks the required quality, next to it is a USB C port that supports fast charging and finally a 3.5 mm port for the speakers.
The phone from the back comes in blue with simple effects that change with the back of the light which is something we have seen in all phones lately, as the phone is also available in green as another option to buy, for backbends on both sides to improve your grip on the phone better.
We also notice the fingerprint sensor at the back in the usual place and perform its function quickly and smoothly, and the Realme brand is down the left of the phone which is a good place, in fact, the back design is not impressed overall but also not bad.
The idea of smartphone photography is an idea that was previously probably not professional, but with the development of phones we see cameras that can actually produce us professional images in fact you will not believe that it is coming out of a mobile camera, and the phone Realme 5 Pro comes with four rear cameras:
The basic camera comes in 48 MP slot with an f/1.8 aperture. The second camera comes in 8MP and f/2.2 aperture and is designed for ultrawide image capture. Third 2MP and f/2.4 aperture for “Macro” The fourth and final camera is 2MP and the f/2.4 aperture is dedicated to depth.
The phone also comes with a single LED rear flash to support low-light shooting, a 16MP front camera, an f/2.0 aperture, panoramic imaging, HDR, 1080p video shooting and 30 frames per second.
The phone cameras provided an excellent shooting experience for a phone in that price category, the basic camera does a good job both in strong lighting in the morning and in night photography.
The camera gives excellent isolation in portrait mode, relying on the camera dedicated to the depth sensor and effectively identify the limbs.
The ultrawide wide camera that has become a necessity in any smartphone now also gives excellent results in good lighting, it was good to have it even in this price category, so thank you Rilmi for providing this so we expect that all incoming phones will have a camera at a wide-angle even with lower price categories.
For video shooting, the camera also performs well with 4K shooting support at 30 frames per second and 1080p with a 60-frame frame-per-second rate and 1080p slow-motion support with a 120-second frame adjuster, which is great.
The battery comes in size 4035 mAh and supports fast charging with 20W and comes with a VOOC 3.0 charger that can charge 50% of the battery in just half an hour and is one of the most prominent features of this phone which comes at a low price but it is interesting to have those great features.
The battery can offer you about 6 hours of “Turn on the Screen On if you’re using violently in games and apps that consume the battery heavily, and you’ll spend the whole day with you of course if your usage is average.