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2021-6-19 source:AVA Game Community

¡¡¡¡A few years ago, Xiaomi dominated the Indian budget smartphone market. Fast-forwarding towards today, BBK Electronics¡¯ Realme has quickly emerged as a solid replacement for Xiaomi and its lineup.Of Chinese companies Realme 8 Pro (Review) It has already been proven as one of the best smartphones you can buy for less than 20,000 rupees. Can Realme 8 do the same in the Sub Rs 15,000 category? It¡¯s time to find it at that pace.

¡¡¡¡Realme 8. Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡In terms of appearance, you can¡¯t tell the difference between the recently reviewed Pro model and the Realme 8. However, a closer look reveals design differences. To get started, Realme 8 comes with a dual-tone color scheme. There is a clear striped pattern on the right side, which reflects iridescent light. It also bears the big ¡°Dare to Leap¡± brand that looks like it¡¯s on every Realme phone these days.

¡¡¡¡The phone has a glossy finish plastic back. It may not be as luxurious as glass, but it is less likely to shatter even on bright surfaces. The midframe looks exactly like metal, but it¡¯s actually made of plastic.

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¡¡¡¡The only thing that bothers me in terms of design is the huge Realme 8 quad camera module. Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡With Realme 8, manufacturers have nailed ergonomics. The phone has rounded edges, the back is curved around the sides, and the buttons have a nice feel. It weighs 177 grams and is 8 mm thick, making it easy to hold. For me, after using the bulky 215 grams of Poco X3 Pro for a few weeks, it was a welcome change.

¡¡¡¡When it comes to design, the only thing that bothers me is the huge Realme 8 quad camera module. Not only does it look strange, but it also tends to wobble your phone when placed on a table. The ratio of the screen to the main body of the mobile phone on the front is impressive. A small punchhole accommodates a selfie camera and the bezel is very thin except for the chin.

¡¡¡¡Realme 8 features a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD + resolution. You¡¯ll miss a 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate, but you¡¯ll get the excellent image quality you¡¯d expect from an OLED panel. The display achieves dark black and high contrast ratio, and also has impressive brightness. It is completely easy to read even in bright sunlight.

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¡¡¡¡Realme 8 features a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD + resolution. Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡The 180 Hz touch sampling rate is useful when playing games. Realme integrates a fingerprint scanner into the screen, and the scanner itself is pretty fast. However, due to the small size of the scan area, it must be accurate to unlock the phone at once.

¡¡¡¡Over the last few years, Realme has put a lot of effort into improving Android customization, and that¡¯s what it shows. Handsets running the latest Realme UI 2.0 provide a pleasing user experience. It¡¯s not just aesthetics ¨C the company has done a great job of optimizing performance.

¡¡¡¡Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡Handsets running the latest Realme UI 2.0 provide a pleasing user experience. Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡Realme has introduced a number of customization options as well. Select the icon grid layout, switch the app drawer, and switch to dark mode if necessary. The handset includes bloat such as Realme Link, Realme Store, HeyFun, and Community apps. However, these can be easily removed.

¡¡¡¡Realme 8 is included in Mediatek¡¯s 12 nm Helio G95 chipset. It¡¯s not the latest processor on the block, but it still has enough of its own processor. After a few weeks of use, I didn¡¯t notice any choppy or sluggish menu navigation. The game performance of mobile phones is not bad either.

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¡¡¡¡Call of Duty: Mobile. Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡Run Call of Duty: Mobile By default, with ¡°high¡± graphic quality and ¡°high¡± frame rate. You can crank up to the ¡°maximum¡± frame rate, but the graphics quality is limited to ¡°high¡±. If you want better visuals, you can choose ¡°very high¡± graphic quality by lowering the frame rate from ¡°maximum¡± to ¡°very high¡±.Other games such as Cover fire And Free fire It also works fine. However, Realme 8 is not good for long-term games. After playing for about 30 minutes, the phone will start skipping frames.

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¡¡¡¡benchmark. Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡Moving on to media consumption, the OLED screen of the phone is perfect for watching movies. Realme 8 misses stereo speakers, but onboard monaural speakers are pretty noisy. Realme 8 provides excellent sound output when combined with excellent earphones.

¡¡¡¡Realme 8 comes with a quad camera consisting of a 64 MP main shooter, an 8 MP wide camera, a 2 MP macro camera, and a 2 MP depth sensor. The phone has several shooting modes, including standard, portrait, macro, and expert. In the last one, you can try ISO, shutter speed, white balance and exposure. Realme 8 also provides AI capabilities that enhance colors and stack images to emphasize details.

¡¡¡¡Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡Realme 8 comes with a quad camera consisting of a 64 MP main shooter, an 8 MP wide camera, a 2 MP macro camera, and a 2 MP depth sensor. Image: Tech2 / Chandrakant Isi

¡¡¡¡The primary 64MP camera does not match the 108MP camera found in Realme 8 Pro. But it¡¯s pretty good in itself. In sunlight, you can get lots of detail and pleasing colors, even if they aren¡¯t perfectly accurate. However, when you zoom in, you can see dirt around the object. This is probably due to aggressive post-processing.

¡¡¡¡Signs of surface struggle in the dark. The details will be more noticeable and the noise will be clearer. On the bright side, the phone can work well with color. You can get slightly better results using the dedicated night mode, but it takes 4-5 seconds to capture the image.

¡¡¡¡The 8MP wide-angle camera is strictly average. Sure, it provides a more natural color, but it¡¯s terribly lacking in resolved details. Given the difference in quality between the main camera and the wide camera, it doesn¡¯t make sense to use the latter.

¡¡¡¡Selfie photos are processed by a 16MP front facing snapper. For selfie cameras, the results are good. However, if you have to make a few choices, the image tends to be unusually bright.

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¡¡¡¡Realme8 Review

¡¡¡¡The 64 MP main camera records 4K video at 30 fps. Those who prefer shooting at 60 fps need to settle for full HD quality. The phone does not have an optical image stabilizer (OIS), so you should have a stable hand. On the bright side, the video looks very nice. On the other hand, the 8MP wide-angle camera is overwhelming. Not only is it limited to 1080p (30 fps), but the video also contains noticeable noise.

¡¡¡¡The Realme 8 has a 5,000mAh battery that lasts for more than a day on a single charge. You can spend the day on the phone, even if you¡¯ve been playing games for hours. Thanks to a 30 W charge, it takes less than 30 minutes to charge a phone from 0% to 50%. This is impressive.

¡¡¡¡Realme 8 is a great smartphone. In a compact and lightweight package, it offers excellent AMOLED screens, snappy performance, impressive battery life and a comfortable UI. Sure, Realme has done too much branding, but that¡¯s not a big deal.

¡¡¡¡The 4GB RAM version of the phone is fixed at Rs 15,000, while the 6GB variant costs Rs 16,000. The closest alternative is Xiaomi¡¯s Redmi Note 10S, which offers similar specs at the same price. However, Realme 8 is better than Note 10S, thanks to its snappy Realme UI 2.0.

¡¡¡¡We recommend Realme 8, but avoid the 17,000 rupee 8 GB RAM model. If you increase your budget by Rs 1,000, you¡¯ll get a much better Realme 8 Pro.