Realme 10 Pro in for review
Now that the Realme 10 Pro series is announced for the global market, we have the Realme 10 Pro in for review. Before we proceed with the detailed breakdown, let’s see how the phone feels out of the box and what accessories come bundled.
Our review unit is the Nebula Blue model which has some neat color-shifting properties. The retail box brings a clear case, USB-C cable and a 33W charger to power the 5,000 mAh battery.
Realme 10 Pro features a clean design with flat sides and two circular cutouts for the cameras. The 6.72” LCD with FHD+ resolution sports up to 120Hz refresh rate and 680 nits of peak brightness and is flat, unlike its Pro+ sibling. The stereo speaker setup is another neat addition and you still get a headphone jack.
The main focus on the Realme 10 Pro is its 108MP main camera which uses a Samsung ISOCELL HM6 sensor with nine-to-one pixel binning. The Snapdragon 695 5G chipset coupled with the high refresh rate screen should offer smooth performance for everyday tasks. The only other module on the back is a 2MP depth helper.
Elsewhere the Realme 10 Pro boots the new Realme UI 4.0 based on Android 13 which brings a card-based design and Private Safe data encryption among others. We’ll make sure to give you a more detailed tour of the new interface in the full review.
- 10 Dec 2022
Its screen design and display is similar to the Huawei nova 9 SE.
- 09 Dec 2022
- 09 Dec 2022
This design in matte black would be awesome.