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realme 10 Pro Plus

Massive return of the classic

Staff Correspondent
22 Jan 2023 00:00:00 | Update: 22 Jan 2023 00:56:15
Massive return of the classic

The youth-centric Smartphone brand realme has touched the ceiling of popularity with its affordable devices with advanced specifications. In this legacy, the phones of realme 10 series offer astounding features.

The aesthetic looks and up-to-date specs of the phones have robbed attention of smartphone lovers. On November 2022, realme has brought another addition to the realme 10 series.

Here is a detailed discussion on the specs, features, pros, cons, and price of the realme 10 Pro+.

Key Features of realme 10 Pro Plus

Given its low cost, the phone’s sleek and sophisticated appearance will surprise you. Beginning with the device’s back panel, it has the realme logo in the bottom left corner, two inner camera islands in the top left corner, and a flash next to them.

One of the round islands comprises a single main sensor while the other includes two sensors. When exposed to an adequate quantity of light, the back panel of the handset has a glossy surface with a pleasing pattern-like reflection.

The fact that the rear panel is fingerprinted and smudged serves as a deterrent. This necessitates the use of a protective cover to prevent smudges from appearing on the phone. With its curved display, realme outperforms all of its rivals in the same price range.

The device’s very small bezels were one of its distinguishing features. Combining the ultra-symmetrical curvy front and back layout with side bezels as tiny as 1.41mm and a bottom bezel as small as 2.33mm produces a bezel-free viewing experience.

Dimensions of the realme 10 Pro plUs is about 161.5 by 73.9 by 7.8 mm or 8 mm. Weighing 175g the device appears comfortable to handle. The smartphone is available in three different colour options: Dark Matter, Hyperspace Gold, and Nebula Blue.

The realme 10 Pro+ offers a 6.7-inch FHD+ curved AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 by 2412 and a pixel density of 394ppi. Due to its inherent 10-bit colour depth, the new AMOLED boasts a faster refresh rate of 120Hz and can show over one billion colors. Gamers will like the 360Hz touch sensitivity, while the HDR10+ certification will facilitate video streaming.

In addition, 800 nits of peak brightness are offered, which significantly improves the viewing experience even in direct sunlight. The curved display makes multimedia consumption on the device more enjoyable.

The panel is very well-tuned since it displays beautiful colours with a wide dynamic range and excellent contrast. If you wish your colours to be amplified, the HyperVision option under settings includes both Video Color Boost and Video HDR Boost. The first one consumes more battery power as it attempts to expand the colour spectrum of SDR content.

It is available through a few mobile applications. The Video HDR Boost increases brightness and improves the HDR viewing experience while watching HDR videos. Obviously, it also increases power consumption.

The rear of the realme 10 Pro Plus has three cameras. The main rear camera of the realme 10 Pro+ is a 108MP (f/1.8) Samsung (S5K) HM6 1/1.67 sensor with 0.64m pixels and a Nona-Pixel colour filter. While the number of megapixels has increased since the previous model, realme has eliminated Optical Image Stabilization, which affects handheld photos taken in low light.

The other two back cameras consist of a 2MP (f/2.4) macro lens manufactured by OmniVision and an 8MP (f/2.2) ultrawide camera with a Sony sensor.

The main back camera captures 12MP images that are adequate out of the box. The camera has captured acceptable levels of contrast, colour, and detail. If you’re curious about the dynamic range, it is neither poor nor exceptional.

Surprisingly, the 16MP (f/2.5) front sensor performs well in both low-light and bright-light environments. It captures well-exposed selfies with precise colour reproduction. The information are rather vague, but still sufficient for social media sharing.

The realme 10 Pro Plus is powered by a MediaTek MT6877V Diminutive 1080 CPU 6nm with 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB UFS 2.2 storage. There were no delays or overheating difficulties when using the phone. The processor is combined with a Mali-G68 MC4 GPU.

Application switching seems silky smooth with a fast refresh rate and respectable effectiveness. However, increasing the parameters to high has a noticeable impact on the performance. In addition, the device boots the realme UI 4.0 operating system based on the Android 13 operating system. It is one of the few non-Google phones that launch Android 13 out of the box.

The software has several features, such as always-on-display, fingerprint, themes, scanning animations, media technology controls, and dynamic widgets. There are choices such as Dual Mode audio, Heart Rate, Sleep Capsule Measurement, etc. The prevalence of bloatware on the realme gadget is one of the biggest software downsides to be aware of, despite the fact that the device’s feature set is flawless.

The realme 10 Pro+ is powered by a battery that has a capacity of 5000 mAh and allows rapid charging at 67 watts. The amount of power that it used from the battery was pretty optimal. The gadget lost between 8per cent and 10per cent of its battery life when viewing YouTube videos at the maximum quality setting for an hour. While running intense games, the usage increased to 14per cent per hour.

The 6GB RAM and 128GB storage edition of the realme 10 Pro Plus will be offered on the Indian market for Rs 24,999 which is equivalent to BDT 32,026. In contrast, the 8GB RAM model with 128GB of internal storage would cost Rs 25,999 (equivalent to BDT 33,307). The conversion rate is 1 INR = 1.28 BDT.

The device is not released in Bangladesh officially. However, the official price of realme 10 Pro Plus in Bangladesh may vary due to tax and other issues.

The realme 10 Pro+ defies expectations for a mid-range smartphone simply because of its appearance and display. The main camera on this phone is excellent, and it even has some buried low-light shooting prowess. The ultra-wide camera and bloatware-filled user interface hold it back, but the realme 10 Pro+ seems like a promising device.