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Realme 7 Pro Review


The Realme 7 Pro is a great mid-range phone with a competitive price. It has an AMOLED screen, fast charging, and firm performance.

The display is a 6.4in Super AMOLED with 1080p resolution. You lose a bit of the high refresh rate option that you get with the more expensive competitors, but it’s a good screen nonetheless.


Realme is renowned for producing great-looking smartphones; the 7 Pro is no exception. Its back sports a split gradient design that Realme calls a ‘mirror design,’ It feels good to touch and resist fingerprints.

The Realme 7 Pro is also a sturdy device with a metal frame and three layers of splash resistance. It’s TUV Rheinland Smartphone Reliability Verified, too, so you can be sure it won’t let you down after a few bumps and scuffs.

The display itself isn’t quite as sharp or vibrant as LCD alternatives, but it’s still an excellent panel for watching media. Blacks are more profound, colors more energetic than expected from an AMOLED panel, while viewing angles are also improved.


The Realme 7 Pro is a top performer in point-and-shoot photography, thanks to its 64MP Sony IMX682 sensor. As a result, it captures plenty of detail, colors, and shadows accurately, even in low light.

Its night mode is also surprisingly good, though you’ll need to be still for any decent results. That said, the camera app can’t supply any depth information when using the bokeh toggle on portrait mode (as I’ve noted previously), so you might need to crop out some of the backgrounds if you want to get decent-looking blurred shots.

The camera isn’t quite as impressive as the rest of the phone, but it’s still better than most budget options under 20k. That’s due to its combination of a 64MP primary camera, 8MP ultra wide-angle lens, B&W portrait lens, and 2MP macro camera on the front.


Realme has been rapidly blurring the lines between budget and mid-range handsets, mixing the features you’d expect to find in a more premium phone with much more wallet-friendly prices. The Realme 7 Pro is the latest in the line, borrowing flagship-grade charging tech from sister company Oppo and squeezing it into a handset costing less than a quarter of what a rival is going for.

Battery performance is the key area where this model shines. Its 4500mAh battery held up well in our looped video test, losing only a shade over 16% capacity throughout 18hrs 10mins.

As a result, it’s a handset that will comfortably manage a full day of use from a single charge, if not more. The 65W SuperDart charging that powers it is the highlight, making it one of the fastest phones available at this price point.


The Realme 7 Pro is a new budget smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer Realme. It’s a dual-camera phone with fast 65W charging, a Super AMOLED display, and more.

This smartphone is available in two configurations – the regular model is paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while the pro version comes with only 8GB of RAM but with more storage. In our tests, both variants performed admirably, allowing me to load big files, switch between apps, scroll web pages, and check social media without feeling any slowdown.

The device’s processor is the same as on the realme 6 Pro, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G. This is a mid-range chipset found on many budget phones, and it pairs up with an Adreno 618 GPU to deliver decent performance for most use cases.