Verdict: Realme GT 5GB indubitably epitomizes the term ‘flagship’ with its power-packed features oriented towards high-end performance. The phone will definitely gratify your needs if you are a gamer with the Snapdragon 888 processor if you are substantively engrossed in your phones throughout the day (which we definitely don’t advise) with a 4500 mAh battery and a 65 W charger that can charge your phone from 0-100 within a morsel time of 35 minutes if you are a music-savvy with stereo speakers and impeccable quality thereof. However, if you are a user who seeks only a good camera in a particular phone, then the chances are you may not get placated with its 64MP+2MP+8MP camera.
Before, we review the phone in detail let’s take a look at the specs first
|Display||6.43 super AMOLED, 120 Hz, 1080 px resolution|
|Body||158.5 X73.3X8.4mm, 186g, glass back, glass front, with vegan leather|
|Chipset||Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 5G (5nm), Octa-core (1X2.84 GHz Kryo 680 & 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 680& 4X 1.80 GHz Kryo 680, Adreno 660|
|Software/OS||Android 11, Realme UI 2.0|
|Memory||128 GB 8 GB RAM, 256 GB 12 GB RAM, UFS 3.1|
|Front Camera||16 MP, f/2.5, 26mm (wide), 1/3.0’’, 1.0 µm.|
|Battery||45000 mAh, 65 W charger|
I will be supplementing the pros and cons with the terms major, minor or mediocre symbolizing whether the enormity of that characteristic and whether it should be a rigid criterion for you to buy it or not.
Gone are the days when people used mobile phones for the sake of utility. Now, they have come a long way to become status enhancers and one way it can be possible is through the captivating appearance or appeal of a phone. When it comes to aesthetic look, Real me GT 5G slacks of this characteristic with its yellow-black color combination with a blend of racing yellow. Although there are other color variants as well namely blue and silver but its yellow variant is the highlighting feature of this phone. Furthermore, that mood-lifting sensation of holding it into your hands is worth the consideration.
This Realme phone has a 3.5 radio jack allowing the quality voice to reach across, further alleviating the gaming experience.
You will be able to play any gate at ultra-settings.
The stainless steel vapor cooling chamber is fit for those indulging in long-hour gaming.
The camera quality of a particular phone invariably affects the buying habits of a customer. So, mobile companies keep this propensity in mind while manufacturing their phones. How well Realme GT 5 does in this respect?
Well, there is not a clear yes or no. As of now, it has become a moot point, with some people finding the camera good while others don’t seem to be satisfied and not consider it as value for money. But the fact that there exist more people criticizing its camera than the one satisfied with it, makes the case for its problematic camera quality. To put it objectively, the camera exudes sharpness and clarity, serving as the plus points. However, in some instances, you will be dissatisfied with the detailing and the macro camera clicks don’t stand out as such. Furthermore, with the lack of EIS, the video stability is not if compared with its counterparts such as IQoo legend.
Having an HDR or high dynamic range feature undoubtedly augments the screen viewing experience as it offers brighter highlights and a larger set of color details. This Realme device has HDR when it comes to YouTube but has no HDR support in Netflix despite possessing SD888 and Widevine L1.
What does this jargon mean? Well, a bloatware is kind of software or a bunch of applications that come pre-installed on a smartphone or computer. The issue of bloatware isn’t nauseating when it comes to low-range phones. But, the case is different for phones heralded as flagship killers, whose existence is the pivot around offering us premium services. Realme GT 5GB also comes with a few Bloatware apps that make it very annoying.
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