Realme 5 Pro Depth Long-Term Review: Problems & Cons The Real Deal?
Realme Focus on Good Design, Good Camera and Powerful Performance With the Honest Price. That’s Why the Realme 5 Pro is one of the Examples of that Promising Device to Us. Let’s Know Did it Worth all the Words or Not.
The Design of the Device is a Holographics Crystal Design using Polycarbonate Material. There Were two-colour Variant as Crystal Green and Sparkling Blue. While Reflect at a Certain Angles Shine Brightly in Reflection, The Cutting Texture on a Polycarbonate Material Would Question on the Device Durability. The Diamond-Shaped Pattern Glow in Light and Darker Shane White Tilting Shows the Device Applying.
While Holding the Device, It Feels Quite Nice and Considerably Hefty but Not Closer to Realme X Because of Having Different Level of Design. As if Said, The Looks of the Device Preety Much Eye-Catching in this Price Segment But the Device Easily Attract a lot of Scratches and Finger Smudges So If you Clean it Still it Attracts a lot of Smudges. I Suggest you Use a Case, Also You get a Case inside the Box and More on their Website.
The Case Could Easily Usable for 2 Months Because it is a Transparent Silicon Case. Aesthetically the Button is Not So Satisfying, The tactility of the Buttons Which is Obvious to See on those Phones Entirely Build of Plastic. On the Bottom you Will Find a USB Type-C Por along 3.5mm Audio Jack and Single Speaker Grills.
The Earpiece on the Front Work Very Fine, Even in Cellular Calls are Very Clear and Nothing Issue We Find. The Single Bottom Speaker is Not the Lowest But Ediqually loud Compare to Other Device in this Same Price Bracket. The Network Reception Work Good, It Was Neither Bad and Best I Ever Seen It Fit in the Middle. In the case of Low Network it Works Perfectly Fine and No general Problem, I Would Not Say it is the Best Among others.
Audio Quality From the Headphone Jack and Single Firing Speaker are Well unimpressive Like With Most of the Mid-Range Smartphone. However, The The device is a Splash-Proof Means in Normal Daily Usage but Not for the Extreme Situation also Found in Realme 5. If you thinking this is Similar to IP Rating then it is Not, The Ports and Opening of the Phones are Sealed With a Rubber Gaskets to prevent it From Moisture over Water Damage.
Moving to Headphone Jack, The Headphone Via Cable or Bluetooth it Preety Clear and Loud. At 70% its Sound is acceptable a Realme 5 Pro Depth Long-Term Review: Problmes & Cons The Real Deal?nd Comfortable to Hear Music and Other Stuff. So you Don’t have to worry about the Headphone Audio Quality at all.
It is the Same Display Used in Realme 3 Pro, It Comes with a 6.3-inch (16.0cm) Dew-Drop Notch Design IPS LCD Display With a 2340 x 1080 Pixel Resolution at 409 PPI. Which Can Goes up to 450nits of Maximum brightness Providing you with a 90.6% Screen-to-body ratio alongside Night Mode For Eye Care. Which is Protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3+ Which Can handle Minor Drops and Impacts.
Moreover, The Display Produce a Good Colors and Vibrant of Course Not the AMOLED Level but not Bad Either. Brightness Level is Usable for Both Condition Outdoor and Indoor as Well. Even it Having a Varios Battery Saver Options to Use, The Mini Drop Notch is Quite Small Equipped a Selfie Camera. Meanwhile, The Device is Not Obtrusive at all.
Further, there is a Color Temperature Slider inside the Display Setting allow you to Change the Display Temperature as per your Preference. There is Not Much to Changes Happening But the Display is Familiar to use from Realme 3 Pro. The Screen Quality is an IPS LCD the Viewing angles on the device is Accurate.
Under the Hood, The Realme 5 Pro Powered by the Qualcomm 10nm Snapdragon 712 Soc using an 8x Kryo 360 Which is Essentially the Same on Snapdragon 710 Expect the Slightly Higher Clock Speed of 2.2GHz. Which lead a Higher Performance Score and For the GPU it Still the Adreno 616. In General use, you are Not Going to Experience any Lag With a 10% Improvement in the CPU Performance. Which you are Not going to Notice all that Much.
Not to Mention, The Device having a Significant Improvement from the Realme X, Redmi Note 7 Pro and Vivo S1. The Realme 5 Pro Graphics also Improved 35% Helps the AI Engine To Increase Efficiency during Speech Recognition and Image Optimization. The Chipset is Coupled With 4GB/6GB/8GB LPDDR4x RAM and 64GB/128GB UFS 2.1 ROM. Where you can Expand Storage Up to 256GB using MicroSD Card.
Where you are Going to Experience a Read Speed of 498.25 MB/S and Write Speed of 191.05 MB/S. Which means a Faster Lod Time of Apps and Games. There is also a Dedicated MicroSD Card Slot along 2x Nano SIM Port, Which is Handy. In Everyday Use We Found the Device to be Smooth, Even you can play Games in High Graphics Settings.
Games and Application on the Devie Run Very Well and Even On the Heating Department, You are Not Going to Experience Much. Likewise, It having a Normal The rise in Temperature Sometime Which is Normal During intense Gaming. Which is Nothing to Worry About at all, Ram Management on this Device is also done Well.
Software, Privacy and Security
The Device Run on Android 9 Pie-based Custom Skin ColorOS 6 on top out of the Box. We Know that the UI Is a lot Mature But on Realme Device Doesn’t Feel the Same on What We Experience on Oppo Devices. While it the Same Offering on Other Realme Devices Just Same Experience. We are waiting for the Realme OS With and Android 10 Updates on future as Well at Q1 of 2020.
There is also a Dedicated Game Booster, Which Frees the Resources to Focus on your Gaming. It also offers you a Night Mode With a lot of Options to Play. There are Some Pre-Installed apps from third part But you can uninstall it, there are no ads on their UI and Privacy Sharing is Negligible.
It having a Both Rear Mounted Fingerprint Sensor and Face-Unlock Which Work Preety Find Fast. Most of the time it accurate and You can use Both at Same Time. Which you have to Enable from Setting By default it Doesn’t, Face-Unlock is Fast but Still, it Use a Selfie Camera I Prefer to Use Physical Fingerprint Sensor.
This is the First Time When the Realme Feature a Quad Camera Setup. Which is Harrilous that they Didn’t think of a Triple Camera Setup they Jump Straight from Dual to Quad Camera. Anyway, the Rear 48MP Quad Camera Setup With and Ultra Wide-angle Macro lens.
The Rear Quad Cmera Equipped With a 48MP Primary Sony IMX 586 Sensor With an f/1.79 aperture + 8MP 119° Wide-angle + 2MP Depth + 2MP Macro Lens 4CM Shooting Distance. The Rear Primary Sensor is the Same Found on Realme X, Which Bring a Great Sharpness, Nice Detailed yet Not Oversaturated. If you Need More Vibrant Images then you can Turn on Chroma Boost.
There is a Separate Full 47MP Ultra Mode But you Would Not Find Much Difference First Glance over 12MP Images. While the Realme X and Redmi 5 Pro has the Same ISP and Chipset and Apart from Slightly Difference in Color Not Much Difference But the Realme 5 Having More StillImages along the Edge Detection. Selfies are Also Same With Both portraits and Norman Selfe.
Moving Forward to Wide-angle Lens, This is the First Device from Realme to Packed a Wide-angle Lens. The Primary and the Wide-angle Doesn’t Suffer Much and Color Shifting. Similarly, We Can Expect a Lesser Details on Wide-angle Images but there is Nothing to Worrying. The Depth Sensor is Great as Well, The Edge Detection for 2MP is Slightly Pleasing and Social Media Friendly.
The Macro Lens is Not Good at all But done the Job. Similarly to Realme 5 pro it a Gimmick Because taking the Same image from a Distance Using Macro for Normal it Just a Same Most of the Time. We Can Expect Realm Could Provide a Better than Current, Nightscape Feature is There Just for Compensate Which is Just Balance the Lighting Condition by Adjusting Exposure.
The Video Recording on the Device is Nice, It having a 4K Video Recording at 30fps, 1080 HD Video Recoding at 30fps/60fps and 720 HD Video Recoding at 30fps/60fps. While the Slow Motion in 1080 and 720p at 120fps/960fps Respectively. Which is Great and the Video stabilisation is Okay in this Price But you Can use a Gimbal to Record in 4K.
To Power the Devie it packed a Massive 4045mAh battery, Which can Run almost a Day With a (4V@5V) 20W VOOC 3.0 Fast Charger bundle inside the Box. Which you can Charger under 0~85 minutes impressive Isn’t.
The Battery Life is Good because of Having a 10nm Soc Power Efficient Means you can Easily get a ~7-8 Hours of battery life for General use.
Cons about the Device
The Device Support up to 3 Multiple Touch But 4th Touch is Having an Issue. It Just Shows Ghost Touches over the Device but again We Can Expect Realme Could Fix via an Update in Future. Again in Day to Day uses I Don’t Feel any of it But ya it’s There. Almost Every Single Realme Device We Didn’t get Physical LED Notification Light, I Guess you are Going to Miss if you are a Redmi Users.
We Suggest you Go With a 6GB Ram variant, Which is Just ₹1,000 more But you Will be Future Proof if you are going to buy it for long Terms Usage. We all Known that the Device Will be Getting Updates about Android 10 in Q1 of 2020 along Apps are Getting More Heavier Than Previous. You are getting a lot of Hardware in this Segment, Everything Packed in this Device Offers you a lot of Value.
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