Mediatek Dimensity 7.5-Inch LCD Displays For Amazing Brightness Performance on the Go
The Realme smartphone is available at various stores around the world. The Realme line of smartphones are all excellent performers. But can the Realme 8 5G succeed where other smartphones have failed? Is it a powerful smartphone that people will fall in love with right away? And does it have everything that is needed to make an excellent smartphone in terms of performance? This Realme 8 review aims to answer these questions.
Under the hood, the Realme 8 5G has a MediaTek Helio G Series soC along with a MediaTek Helio E processing core. Meanwhile, the Realme 8 also features a MediaTek Helio G Series soC, and a MediaTek Helio E processing core. These two processing cores are the main reasons why the Realme series of smartphones perform so well. Meanwhile, the Realme 8 offers a moderate user experience and runs some apps better than others.
The high-end Realme 8 has many unique features that sets it apart from the competition. The most striking feature is the six.5-inch Super AMOLED capacitive display with a razor-sharp clarity. Although the screen is large, it doesn’t appear overly oversized and is easily navigable. The text is sharp and bright, even when viewed from an angle. The Realme 8’s dual screen mode allows you to use the taller screen to view larger text while using the smaller LCD screen for viewing the small status bar.
The two cameras on this smartphone are a great addition as well. The primary camera takes up half of the front and is capable of switching between auto focus, fuzzy capture, photo tagging, and image editing. The rear camera is also capable of dual image capture, though the quality isn’t up to par with other rear cameras on the market. The phone also offers a facial recognition feature, which allows you to simply snap a photo of a person, and let the company know who you are and what you’re doing. It does a great job of saving time when trying to pick out a picture.
The primary camera quality of the Realme 8 includes optical image stabilization and an Ultra-wide Lens. This helps the camera to stay steady when taking pictures in low light situations. The camera quality of the 5.5-inch screen is above average but not as impressive as those found on LG’s Optimus G series or Motorola’s Motorola Ace 2.
The primary sensor of the Realme 8 has an amazing depth detecting technology. The camera has an extremely deep internal flash, allowing for extremely accurate color rendering. In addition, the rear camera setup on the Realme 8 is comprised of five image processing elements, including a standard sensor, a laser auto focus, and dual pixel image capturing for high definition clarity. The phone utilizes a single tone sound recording mechanism for calls. The dual-audio digital hands-free kit also comes with a built-in noise-canceling feature.
The beauty of the Realme 8 5G is its ease of use and its various functions. The device can be used with various operators, making it ideal for both businesses and consumers. The easy to use remote control allows users to control everything from the power to the volume. Some users even find that the built-in battery is sufficient enough to get through a whole day with no need for further charges. The Mediatek dim density 700 5.5G is a nice choice for individuals who would like a solid representation of HDTV quality.
When looking at the numerous smartphone and tablet accessories available in the market, the Realme line of products easily surpasses its competition due to the excellent features and technologies that it boasts. The Realme 8 is designed to be an extension of the users’ lifestyle, thanks to its durable construction, intuitive interface, high-end camera features, and other high-tech specs. Even with the advanced connectivity options that are available with the Realme line of products, it still remains a top choice for smartphone and tablet users, thanks to the powerful operation of its built-in battery. The Mediatek technology used inside the Realme8 makes it possible to experience video clarity in both bright and dimly lit scenes.