com.br Interested in Realme’s novelties that recently arrived on the domestic market. The most advanced model of the brand is the 7 Pro which TudoCelular has already done a complete analysis. Now we have Realme 7 here both have a similar design, but this one exchanges, Qualcomm hardware for MediaTek, leaves the Amoled screen. Aside brings a 90 Hz LCD panel, in addition to a larger battery all for R 500 less.. Does this deliver the best value for money? Let’S find out The Realme 7 Pro has a plastic body with a matte finish, and this is the same case as the Realme 7.. The design is similar to a strip that cuts through the camera module and generates a two tone. Holographic effect.. The model can be found in white or blue.. The cheaper model is bigger, thicker and heavier than the Pro variant.. This is because here we have a bigger screen and a more generous battery. However, both offer the same good grip with a slight curvature in the rear, while the front part it is completely flat and has Gorilla Glass, 3. Protection. As much as the matte finish prevents the cell phone from slipping from the hand. Realme still sends a protective case in the box., Unlike the Pro variant, which has light protection against water, which ensures that the device survives a light rain. Realme 7 does not have any type of protection, so it is good to be more careful.. Realme 7 comes complete in terms of connectivity with a slot for 2 sim cards and Micro, SD headphone jack at the bottom, 5 GHz Wi, Fi and NFC.
. The difference for the Pro is only in the position of the biometric reader, which, instead of being integrated into the screen, is located on the power button on the right side.. It quickly recognizes your fingerprint when you set the position of the sensor.. The hole for the selfie camera is a little bigger, because the screen is LCD and not Amoled like the other.. The 90 Hz panel delivers a good level of brightness and high contrast, even more than rivals of Xiaomi and Motorola, which guarantees deeper blacks and vibrant colors.. The minimum brightness level is as low as that of some Amoled screens, making the Realme 7 a good phone to use in the dark without harming your eyes.. It is possible to lock the screen at 60 or 90 Hz. There is also an automatic mode that regulates the speed depending on the demand.. This helps to have optimum fluidity when needed without sacrificing the battery.. A negative point is the lack of support for HDR, which is already common in rival intermediaries.. What is disappointing is that Realme cut off the stereo sound on this model.. The Pro has two sound outputs, but this one only has a speaker. Next to the USB port., At least, the sound power is in the average of the segment and the sound quality is not bad.. The audio is unbalanced and tends to be high in the treble, but does not suffer much distortion.. Some may even think that the MediaTek hardware is inferior, but in our tests we see the Helio G95 until it outperforms the Snapdragon 720G of the Pro variant by a small margin.
. In the speed test focused on multitasking, we had a better response time when opening applications and games. The same happened with benchmarks, with scores slightly above Realme 7 Pro, as in the case of AnTuTu.. It is a small difference and we can even declare that the two deliver similar performance. – And this is great as you will not take home – a slower cell phone when deciding on the cheaper one. By having a 90 Hz screen. You can expect Realme 7 to be a true smartphone gamer.. Well, the Mali G76 GPU with four graphics cores is not that powerful for pushing 90 fps in full HD resolution. In several games that we tested. We saw that Realme 7 even suffers to hold at 60 FPS. In PUBG. You will have just over 30 fps in high HD quality, and you can have 60 fps in low quality. On Asphalt 9. We saw small freezes, something that has been happening on cell phones with MediaTek hardware.. Anyway. It is a good phone to play and has good overall fluidity.. The Realme 7 has 500 mAh more battery power and even with its 90 Hz screen, it is still capable of delivering greater autonomy than the Pro variant.. It is among the best and has enough charge to yield two days in lighter use.. Even if you play and watch a lot of videos, it will be difficult to make a second load on the same day.. The charger is not the same 65 watt charger as the Realme 7 Pro, but it still makes the Realme 7 spend little time in the socket to go from 0 to 100.
Youll have to wait just over an hour.. A quick, 15 minute charge recovers 13 of the battery and, with just half an hour of charge, you will have the battery to use all day.. Realme 7 comes out of the box with Android 10 and really UI interface.. There is a pleasant appearance and with few modifications. It is possible to change the icons and darken the interface with a dark theme. Just do not expect to see any battery gain as the screen is not amoled, as in Realme 7 Pro.. Although Realme follows a path close to Motorola, when it comes to system modifications, the Chinese leaves some Google applications aside and offers its own, such as Gallery Music player, video player and dialer.. The important thing is that Realme UI flows well and shows that the company is concerned with optimization, while Xiaomi does not seem to care about MIUI, which has been suffering a lot with poor RAM management in several intermediaries. Realme 7 can be found in two camera configurations.. The Global brings a maximum sensor of 48 MP, while the model launched in Brazil is the same as the Asian market and shares the 64 MP sensor of the Pro variant. Does this mean that we have the same quality as the photos of the most expensive version? In theory, yes, but in practice we see that MediaTek’s hardware has a more precarious post processing and thus we lost some details in the photos.
, While in the pro variant we have clearer photos when shooting at full resolution in Realme 7. The opposite happens because the Helio G95 is weak to handle so many pixels.. The photos recorded by Realme 7 are far from bad, but they lack sharpness vividness in colors and details in what is far away. Here. We see that it delivers the quality of much cheaper models from the competition.. The biggest problem is when shooting in dark places. The noise takes over the photos, and this gets even worse with the ultra wide.. The camera with the widest lens can even capture good pictures during the day, but it will be almost useless at night. At least. There is a night mode that helps save photos in places where there is a light source, close by.. The macro camera is the same as the Pro model and also delivers reasonable photos. With only 2 MP don’t expect sharp images and the fixed focus doesn’t help you get too close without having blurry photos.. It is just an extra that will be little used.. The fourth camera has the promise of improving the contrast with the portrait mode, but in practice it only helps to blur the background of the photos.. The result is only decent and the separation between plans is not always complete. The front registers good selfies, either in bright or even darker places.. A curious detail is that, when using the portrait mode, the resolution drops to just 4 MP, but it is still enough to have good selfies.
. Realme 7 captures videos with good quality and has an agile focus in all resolutions. Electronic stabilization does not work as well. In 4K and full HD at 60, FPS. Ultra wide records good videos during the day, however, at night and suffers from a strange, reddish tone, in addition to many noises., The sound is not muffled like the Pro model, as it has less aggressive noise reduction. Control.. Is it worth saving or is it better to invest more in the Pro variant? Realme 7 stands out for its 90 Hz screen, but few games take advantage of it.. At least you will have more fluidity when browsing. The battery lasts a little longer, but it takes longer to recharge.. The performance in general is similar between the two devices. However, the Realme 7 Pro has better cameras.. It delivers at the same performance level as the Moto G 5G and surpasses the Galaxy M31 and POCO X3 in use with various applications. On battery. You can even lose to rivals Motorola and Samsung more recharges, much faster. Already on cameras. You will have better photos with the devices of the competition.. Realme 7 is a good phone that ended up being sabotaged by MediaTek hardware.. The Helio G95 features freezes in some games, despite the overall experience being good and in addition to having a limited camera due to the lack of strong, more efficient processing.. It is fast the battery lasts well and does not spend much time in the socket not to mention the 90 Hz screen for greater fluidity.
. Realme 7 reached the national market for R 2500, which is even a decent price. Considering that the POCO X3 officially arrived here for R 3000. Worth buying, now We recommend looking for a slightly lower price.. It is a nice phone with a high price nowadays. When you find it out there costing around R 2000. It will be an interesting purchase. And to follow the best offers for this model and all the others mentioned in this analysis. Just click on the links below and as always, we want to know your opinion about Realme’s arrival in the Brazilian market.. Do you think it was on the right foot Drop your comment there.