The redmi note 10 pro max. So while this video is going to be mainly focused on the real m8 pro those redmi vs real me. Comparisons, they might sneak in there with that out of the way. Let me welcome all of you to our review of the realme 8 pro by the way i’m omorto and, if you’re, enjoying the new direction that the channel is taking. Then please hit that bell, icon and subscribe. It really does help us out a lot see what you will about the design of the real me 8 pro. The one thing that you can’t call it is steel. Coming from the slippery and fingerprinty note 10 pro max. I really like the textured finish on the 8 pro. Yes, it is plastic and not glass, so that premium feel it’s not there, but then take a look at this. The dare to leave logo glows in the dark. Now real me has come up with really fancy names. This variant here is called illuminating, yellow the blue one goes by infinite blue and the black well no prizes for guessing that’s infinite. Black gradient designs have been around for a good couple of years now, but even then, companies are finding new ways of implementing it. It may be an all plastic build here, but the real made pro looks gorgeous. Even the sides have the gradient finish to them and then there’s the in hand, feel the back feels grippy.
The sides are slim and overall i felt it was much easier to wheel. So imagine my surprise when i checked the spec sheet and found that the real v8 pro is just as thick as the redmi note 10 pro max and the difference in wheat it’s, a mere 15 grams. So call me biased, call me paid whatever, but the real me 8 pro really did feel easier to wield and that’s just the damn truth, and what else is the dang truth? Is that this display it just doesn’t hold up okay, so in a vacuum, what we have here is great, a 6.4 inch full hd plus panel super amoled at that good, brightness vivid colors, deep blacks, dc dimming for those low light situations you can watch shows from Amazon, prime video and full hd so white wine l1 as well, but come on the note. 10 pro max comes with a bigger brighter super amoled panel, the cherry on top being the 120hz refresh rate. It seems like realme’s decision to reuse the same panel from the 7pro backfired royally, as redmi have left them in the dust here. Kinda got the same feeling about the processor as well. The 720g is a good performer, no doubt, but while the competition has jumped to 732g, the realme 8 pro is still stuck with what it had. Last year i mean sure it runs realme ui well, but expecting a 60 hertz panel with a 720 g to match up to that of 120hz panel with 732g.
That just can’t happen right to be fair, enabling smooth scrolling from inside of meal apps just give the ui a speed boost. In fact, i’ve been saying this for a while. If you own a real me device, then turn this feature on right now. Even then, i kind of felt like real me has dropped the ball here. The 180 hertz touch response rate is nice, makes for a better gaming experience, but we have to look at what the competition is bringing to the table also right and there’s. No doubt that call of duty, mobile dropped, lesser frames and played smoother on the note 10 pro max. One thing where the real me 8 pro does get a leg. Up, though, is internal storage. 128 gigs of ufs 2.1 is standard here, along with six or eight gigs of lpddr4x ram, as always there’s a dedicated microsd card slot accompanying the dual sim slot. Unfortunately, though, moving on from there, it doesn’t get much better for real me. The battery capacity here is the same as last year, so 4500 milliamp hour, but the charging speeds they’ve actually gone down from 65 watts to 50 watts yeah so last year, seven pro could do zero to hundred in 34 minutes this time it takes around 47 minutes. I mean real me still bundles the 65w charger in the box, but to what end i really don’t know. Of course, the note 10 pro max lasted longer 520 milliamp hour of extra capacity is no joke, but if you are someone who charges at the end of the day, then the railway pro wouldn’t disappoint you either.
One thing that i really appreciated is the slower charging cycles when the phone detected that it was being plugged in for the night on my unit. It would trigger somewhere around 12, am at night and would have a charge up to 100 by 6. Am basically that meant, i would start every day with a fully charged phone now, with all these debates going around about faster charging versus battery health i’m glad that realme has given us the option for both here and that’s the thing i really like real me: ui In fact, it is fast become one of my top favorite custom uis out there it’s simple, almost stock android, but then we have tons of customization on top there’s game space, the floating multitasking bar screen of gestures and a whole lot more and before anyone asks. Yes, this is real me ui 2.0, based off of android 11.. The ad situation in real me, ui that’s, remained the same, so that’s not gon na be a deciding factor between realme ui and miui. What could be a deciding factor, though, is the extra bits and bobs headphone jacks haven’t yet become a rarity, at least in this segment, and we also have access to real me signature, dual mode audio. The 8 pro comes with high res audio certification, there’s. Even an option for low latency in your monitoring realme also takes advantage of the amoled display by hiding the fingerprint scanner under it.
It may not be as snappy as the side mounted one. On the note 10 pro max, but it is really cool. The note 10 pro max, though, feels like a phone that’s geared more towards functionality. We have an ir blaster as well as ip53 rating, both of which are missing on the realme 8 pro now in our last review. A lot of you guys wanted to know about the haptic situation it’s there on the real m8 pro but it’s, nothing special again. If you compare to the note 10 pro max, it had a stronger vibration motor, but there it felt like one side of the keyboard vibrated more strongly than the other. Here. It is pretty much even and of course, call quality. We tested out volte as well as viewer wifi, both worked great and the bluetooth 5.0 connection was stable as well, and yes, there is no 5g, but honestly speaking, i won’t really take 5g into consideration while buying a mid range smartphone in 2021. So thus far, the road has been quite tough for the realme 8 pro but hey. Maybe a change in personal will bring about the change in luck that this device needs so here’s over to my colleague for the lowdown on the cameras. Okay, let’s talk about the cameras. Realme here is trying to go toe to toe with redmi, at least on the hardware side of things. Let me explain so yeah. We have the 108 megapixel samsung hm2 sensor being paired with an f 1.
8 lens. We have seen quite a bit of what the sensor is capable of and those strengths shine through here as well. Crisp photos, shallow depth of field and an uncanny ability to pull out details even from shadow of course, switching over to 100 megapixels means we get. Obviously more details, but let me cut to the chase and show you guys what you want to see comparison with the redmi note 10 pro max, as is obvious, realme has gone for a warmer color tone, see the yellow sky. The norton pro max opts for cooler tones and natural greens. Personally, i like how the norton pro max handles colors, but yes, realme has more details in the shadows. Switching to the 108 megapixel and honestly here i couldn’t tell them apart, but be careful. The real me 8 pro does tend to over expose the background, especially while shooting in bright sunlight. Now. Realme has worked a lot on their night mode here and to their credits. Some shots do come out sharp around the heat, but the fact that the exposure time is longer – and there is no ois means some come out a bit blurrier as well, and then there is this tint that you cannotice here in the sky it’s present. In more pages, actually, even after an update as usual, we do have a pro night mode included as well. Last year, real me introduced this starry mode with their x3 super soon now they claim to have an upgraded version of it inside the realme 8.
Pro moving on from the main shooters to the ultrawides pictures from the 8 pro tend to have the saturated look to them, but in some instances like this one, it comes off as unnatural. The norton pro max has a more restrained approach now. I know we generally discount this macro and depth sensors because let’s face it. These 2 megapixel snappers. They are here so that the realme 8 pro’s camera bump looks more like a proper stuff. Okay, jokes apart. These are run of the mill and the note pro actually does way better. On the macro department, selfies from the 16 megapixel camera turned out good. There was none of this weird skin tone. Shifting, like we had seen in the norton pro max, i was impressed that even under bright light, the real me 8 pro managed to get the face exposed properly without blowing out the background and the portraits were also half decent. The same color palette spills on to the video side of things as well. We can shoot at 4k 30 fps sharp footage, that’s a tad shaky real, miss ultra steady mode kicks in once we lower the resolution down to full hd there’s. Also, a lot of interesting video modes to play around most of you would have no problems recognizing the portrait video mode as well as ai, highlight video, but a mixed video struck me as something new. This allows us to replace background of a subject in portrait, video mode whatsoever.
We can shoot the current scenery or choose any video from our gallery it’s a nice concept, even if the execution is a bit janky. So, overall, i think the video capture capabilities are similar across the board, but i feel like the realme 8 pro offers more features if you could say that than the norton pro max, so that’s all about the cameras over to you amateur. So let me wrap this one up with a quick overview of the realme 8 pro built, unique design comfortable to hold, but it’s plastic display amoled, but again only 60 hertz performance average. Since it’s the same as last year, battery life again average charging good would have actually been excellent. Had it not been for the generational downgrade software clean colorful, but then there are ads and finally cameras. Great features, backed by some really capable hardware, as you guys, can see the realme 8 pro it’s, not a bad phone, far from it, in fact, but the fact remains that redmi has done so well with the note 10 pro and the pro max that it becomes Difficult to suggest this or any other phone to someone who’s looking to buy a device in the 16k or above price range. Now, where am i getting that pricing from? Of course, i have nothing else to base it other than realme 7 pro that was launched last year for somewhere around 20 000 rupees. Why well that’s? Because, as of filming this video, i have no official confirmation of the price, but guys once i do i’ll.
Definitely let you know by updating it in the description as well as leaving it in a pinned, comment down below so here’s. My final verdict on the real me 8 pro if it launches at 14, 000 rupees or lesser it’s, an amazing, buy from 14 to 18 000 rupees it’s still viable, provided that you really like the unique design the compact size, the faster charging and that 108 megapixel Camera, but at 19, 000 rupees or higher it’s a no go well. That’S been my two cents on the realme 8 pro now i wan na know what you guys think so do let me know in the comments down below, as always like share subscribe.