Realme 6 Pro Review | Best New Smartphone Under Rs. 20,000

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Hi Guy, I’m Rohit, and today we gonna do the Realme 6 Pro review. This new device has a brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G Processor but it’s been priced exactly the same as the Realme X2 at least for the base variant now should you buy the Realme X2 or go for the Realme 6 Pro in our review of the real me 6 pro we’re gonna find out.

Realme 6 Pro Review Best New Smartphone Under Rs. 20,000
Realme 6 Pro

With every new model, the Realme changes the design of the back, and for the 6 Pro we now have a flash of funky lightning inspired to design the glossy finish of the back makes this phone very slippery but thankfully it’s Gorilla Glass 5.

Realme 6 Pro Review

So scuff marks weren’t really an issue the Realme 6 Pro is quite chunky at 8.9 millimeters, and a bit heavy at 202 grams the same tree on the left has slots for two nano Sims, and a micro SD card which is good the 6 Pro features a 6.6-inch LCD display with a dual hole punch cutout which gives this phone a modern appearance this Gorilla Glass 5 on front.

The 90 Hertz refresh rate makes usage feel smooth, and the good thing is that there’s an auto option which means it automatically scales down to 60 Hertz to conserve power if an app cannot benefit from a higher refresh rate even though this is not an AMOLED panel we found the colors, and brightness to be more than adequate.

The side-mounted fingerprint sensor is insanely quick face recognition continues to be quick – and it works equally well even in the dark just like the Realme 6, and the Realme 6 Pro on Realme UI which is essentially a version of color OS 7 for Realme phones it’s based on Android 10, and our unit had the February security patch.

Realme 6 Pro Review

You can check out a Realme 6 Pro review to know more about the software because not much has changed unfortunately there’s a fair bit of bloatware here too the Snapdragon 720G is a powerful chip so as expected general usage and multitasking was handled superbly actual gaming performance is pretty solid to PUBG mobile ran smoothly at relatively high graphics settings, and other than getting slightly warm the Realme 6 Pro was comfortable to hold for extended gaming sessions just like the Realme 6.

This Explorer delivers a solid day, and a half of battery life even with heavy usage we recorded a runtime of 21 hours and 42 minutes in an HD video loop test which is pretty good the bundled 30-watt fast charger managed to charge the battery from 0 to about 90% in an hour which again is very quick.

Now let’s check out the real nice explore your camera specifications we were quite happy with the landscapes, and close-up shots we got with the Realme explode during the distant objects had fairly good details colors were well-represented, and HDR worked very well.

Realme 6 Pro Review

The wide-angle camera is fun to use but details are not as good this is evident upon zooming in we also noticed very visible chromatic aberration around the edges of some objects photos captured by the telephoto camera is decent to autofocus is quick.

But it takes a full second to switch between any of the cameras which is not ideal the 6 Pro of up to 20x hybrid zoom but we noticed that after about 5x objects begin to lose their sharpness.

Rather quickly in low-light, the primary camera is pretty capable and manages a fair bit of detail with good colors a wide-angle camera.

And telephoto camera shoot duller photos in low light thankfully you can use night mode with all three sensors which offer bright up with just with slightly better details we found close-ups were taken, and low-light a bit of a hit on this as shown in this Realme 6 Pro review can mess up colors quite a lot.

Realme 6 Pro Review

Now let’s take a look at front camera specs for this smartphone we were quite impressed with the quality, and detail in photos taken with the front cameras the wide-angle camera is great for taking a group selfie.

And you can even shoot videos with it but night more only works on the main selfie camera the Realme 6 Pro gsmarena can shoot videos are up to 4k but only at 30fps at this resolution.

You cannot switch to the wide-angle camera, and any zooming you do will only be digital at 1080p you can choose 30 or 60 FPS, and shoot with any of the rear cameras video quality is generally good at 4k.

But footage looks better at 1080p since there is stabilization at this resolution in low-light there’s some noticeable distortion when your walkabout.

And this is due to the electronic stabilization which can be annoying Realme is making it quite hard for fans to choose the right phone with so many launches in such a short period.

Realme 6 Pro Review

While the Realme is a no-brainer the Realme 6 Pro features are not so clear-cut especially stop, and the variant with the Realme X2 price just a little bit higher so the Realme 6 Pro camera review ends here, and the Realme makes 2 a fairly similar when it comes to cameras, and performance.

Now which one you want to buy it depends on a couple of factors which are mostly to do with design, and the display so the Realme X2 has an AMOLED panel, and an in-display fingerprint scanner now.

If you need these two things then you should definitely go that smartphone but if you want a more modern-looking phone with a whole bunch cut out, and you have used for the secondary selfie camera that’s there on the 6 Pro then this is the smartphone to get so that was our Realme 6 Pro review.

Realme 6 Price & Specification check here.

Realme 6 Pro Price in India: Rs 17,999 ($240) for 6GB of Ram and 64GB of storage, for 6GB of Ram and 128GB of storage is Rs 18,999 ($253), and for 8GB of Ram and 128GB of Storage is Rs 19,999 ($266).

Realme 6 Pro Specifications

Key Specs Realme 6 Pro
Display 6.60-inch
Resolution 1080×2400 Pixels
Processor Snapdragon 720G
Rear Camera 64+12+8+2 Megapixels
Front Camera 16+8 Megapixel
RAM 6GB/8GB
Storage 64GB/128GB
Battery Capacity 4,300mAh
Operating System Realme UI, Android 10

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