Realme has just recently refreshed its primary numerical series once again, with Realme 6 succeeding the Realme 5 and 5 pro smartphones.
The newly launched Realme 6 has proven its excellence value for money. Talk about its 90Hz display, a powerful processor, and a 64-megapixel main camera. What more could you ask for?
This brandnew handset has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC, a secondary wide-angle front camera, a telephoto rear camera, and some additional software features.
Realme has this behaviour where it changes design casually–this time it looks quite funky, however, it’s not too flashy, which I personally like! The device is 6.5-inch, a bit chunky for my small hand, and 202g. The font features a 6.6-inc LCD display with a dual hole-pinch cutout. It also features a Gorilla Glass 5!
Specification and Performance
Realme 6 really goes beyond its performance. Its processor is as if made for gamers in the budget and mid-range segments. This can be anyone’s ideal choice if they’re after lag-free performance. The handset I have is running realme UI version v1.0 that is based on Android 10 along with the February 2020 security patch. And what I really like about this phone is that you can enable Game Space that blocks notifications, reject calls, block calls if you’re playing.
The phone has five cameras in total (for optics)–four at the back, and one at the front. It packs a 64-megapixel ultra-wide high-resolution wide-angle sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, B&W Portrain lens and 2-megapixel macro lens.
Its cameras highlight? New exciting features like Time-Lapse, Pro camera, Slo-Mo, Pano and Night Mode.
It packs quite a massive battery of 4,300mAh and is paired with Oppo’s 30W VOOC Flash Charge 4.0. In my experience, the battery lasted for 1 and a half day with regular calling, browsing and a little more than one day with extensive usage.