Realme 7 Pro, analysis and opinion

Realme returns to the load with a renewal of its mid-range with a series 7 that arrives with some peculiarities. Here we analyze the realm 7 Pro that promises to give a lot of game.

Realme returns to the load with a renewal of its mid-range with a series 7 that arrives with some peculiarities. Here we analyze the realme 7 Pro that promises to give a lot of game.

Realme has revolutionized the telephony market in just two years with an aggressive pricing policy that makes things very difficult for other brands. Your last bet is the realme 7 Pro that has just been presented and we have already been able to try.

Realme has broken with the tradition of presenting a basic model and different variants with small changes, choosing to bring two totally different mobiles to each other. Here we will thoroughly analyze the realme 7 Pro and give you our opinion.

This model is only available in its version with 8 GB and 128 GB for an exit price of 299 euros. This puts it in the range of the POCO X3 NFC, the Redmi Note 8 Pro and below new releases like Samsung M51. Will the realme 7 Pro be worth it for that price?

Realme has taken care of the details of the back, but not so much of the screen

If there's anything in the realme 7 Pro that deserves more than anything the name "Pro", that's definitely the design of the back of this smartphone.

Taking it out of its box will make you question whether its back is really plastic or glass because it has really managed to perfectly emulate this material. The use of plastic in its rear housing helps to reduce the weight of the terminal and, frankly, the finish of the rear is very attractive and elegant.

The unit you have actually sent us shows a Mirror Blue finish that, despite its name, is matte and contributes to the footprints not being so marked. This finish conveys a silky finish very pleasant to the touch that does not slip so much the terminals finished in glass.

The screen-printed realme logo in the lower corner marks the position of a line that ascends all along the smartphone creating two mirror zones that change depending on how the light hits the rear of the 7 Pro de realme.

It is an effect that attracts attention, but that is not vulgar thanks to the elegance that gives it the finish in matte blue. The rear curves on both sides for easy grip by drawing soft lines that perfectly fit the shape of the hand.

The highlight of the rear of the realme 7 Pro is its prominent camera module, which changes its "traffic light" shape to a more square and compact one in which we find the rear lenses and the LED flash.

The metal chassis is visible throughout the perimeter with a colour to match the blue finish. In it, we find buttons on both sides, following the same distribution that already showed the realme of the series 6.

On the right side, the power button stands out for being the only one with an elegant gold finish. On the opposite side, the volume buttons located under the hybrid tray where they share space up to two nanoSIM cards and one microSD card simultaneously.

The headphone jack, Type-C USB, and lower stereo speaker are concentrated at the bottom edge.

With dimensions, 160 x 73.3 x 8.7 mm and 182 gr the realme 7 Pro is located in a really comfortable size to use, with presence in the hand, but that is not uncomfortable to use even if you do it for long hours and with one hand.

If up to this point everything has been honey on flakes, what starts from here lowers its level of sweetness to face some sinsabor: we reach the screen.

As usual, the realme 7 Pro mounts a frame around the screen that makes it easy to insert this component into the chassis but adds a black frame around the screen. This frame joins the internal bezels of the screen and the slight curvature of the edges, creating the optical effect that the frame is almost double what it really is.

Officially the realme 7 Pro offers a screen and body ratio of 90.8% but gives the feeling of being worse taken advantage of by the presence of those added frames.

It's not the newest processor, but it meets like the one that

Unlike realme's 6 series standard-bearer, which debuted a new processor, the realme 7 Pro we're analyzing doesn't mount the newest processor on the market. But that doesn't have to be negative.

In realme they have opted to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor in their new mid-range terminal. It is an eight-core processor that maintains performance equivalent to newer models such as the Snapdragon 732G.

However, having this use background gives you the important advantage of having a greater knowledge base to optimize the operation of all the hardware that depends, in one way or another, on the processor such as battery management, photographic section, etc.

In everyday use, the Snapdragon 720G behaves flawlessly, moving smoothly between the interface menus, as well as moving from one app to another.

There is indeed a timeout in the execution of games slightly longer than more powerful processors, but once it has started s or operation it does not present any delays or excessive waits.

The synthetic tests to which we have subjected to the realme 7 Pro come to corroborate our suspicions: the Snapdragon 720G offers a performance slightly above the newly released Snapdragon 732G with which it shares Adreno 618 GPU and that, at the moment, only mounts the POCO X3 NFC that has already passed through our laboratory.

The realme 7 Pro will only be available in a single hardware configuration, mounting 8 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128 GB of UFS 2.1 storage. It doesn't offer the fastest writing values we've ever seen, but day-to-day behaviour is good and you don't appreciate it burdening the user experience.

Five cameras and one-night mode that give a lot of play

We come to one of the most important sections in the analysis of a smartphone. In this area, the realme 7 Pro has moved safely offering very solid results in terms of colour treatment and white balance.

Among them stands out the good behaviour of its main camera Sony IMX682 of 64 megapixels, a wide-angle of 8 megapixels, a Macro sensor to obtain close shots and a secondary camera to support depth information, both of 2 megapixels. On the front, we find a camera for selfies of 32 megapixels.

Before we get into the flour with the analysis of the photos made with the realme 7 Pro, whose originals you can download from this link, we stop briefly to review the camera app which, after all, is the first thing that users should control.

In this case, we find a carousel of shooting modes just above the shooting button in which, in addition to the usual automatic Photo and Video modes we find a more than interesting Night Mode that allows you to activate or deactivate artificial intelligence to help you take photos at night or in low light.

Also note the Portrait mode, which with the help of the depth sensor gets more than interesting results in trimming the silhouettes for background blur.

In the More section, we find different shooting modes among which the Ultra macro mode highlights that reduces the focus distance so that you can get much closer to the objects.

Realme takes out muscle with 4,500mAh and an impressive fast charge

The autonomy of the realme 7 Pro is one of its strengths thanks to the 65 W SuperDART fast-charging system with which you can shorten charging times quickly.

In this area, you have to give double merit to this realme 7 Pro since not only manages to recover its charge in a very short time but also carefully controls the consumption to make the most of the 4,500 mAh of its battery offering up to two days of use.

RealmeUI applies an aggressive battery saving policy optimizing power consumption in the background thanks to the DOZE system that Google integrated into Android 5 and has been polishing with each new version.

Thanks to this, the realme 7 Pro gets between 7 hours and 30 minutes and more than 9 hours of the screen depending on the use of the terminal and the brightness of the screen.

When it's time to recover the load, the realme 7 Pro and its 65W SuperDART charging system included next to the realme 7 Pro, which manages to recover 50% of its load in just 15 minutes, while reaching 100% charge after about 43 minutes.

NFC, GPS and Bluetooth 5.0y Dolby Atmos: everything you need to survive every day

If we talk about connectivity we must admit that the realme 7 Pro comes very well equipped in this regard.

In addition to the must-have dual-band Wi-Fi 5 (802.11 ac) connections (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) and Bluetooth 5.0, the latest realme smartphone includes NFC for mobile payments, USB Type-C and support for GPS and GLONASS positioning systems. It also has support for two nanoSIM cards with 4G support, which means that we do not miss any connectivity technology.

Realme keeps the 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom, while its stereo speaker pair can work as a team giving Dolby Atmos coverture to the terminal. Something that is especially appreciated when playing or watching video streaming content obtaining a much more immersive experience.

Optimized hardware and good price for a mid-range with a lot to say

We reach the end of this analysis with the certainty that the realme 7 pro is a very balanced smartphone in daily use, which does not make inscalvable errors, offering an agile use of all kinds of applications without we have appreciated lack of power at any time.

For the 299 euros launch price it costs, the realme 7 Pro we are analyzing is placed as one of the most interesting options against alternatives such as the Little X3 NFC or the Redmi Note 9 Pro, moving like fish in the water in very tight price ranges.

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