RealMe X7 Pro Hands on Review

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The Realme X7 Pro was announced in September 2020 but remained limited to its homeland in China for several months, arriving only in Thailand and Taiwan later in the year.

It continues to expand its global availability and recently came to India. We spent some time with the X7 Pro – not enough for a complete overhaul but enough for long-term practice.

Introduction

The X7 Pro lives somewhere in the upper mid-range and has some powerful hardware inside. MediaTek’s high-end Dimension 1000+ chipset offers high-performance and 5G capability, a 6.55-inch super AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, and 65 W charging fast.

The telephoto camera is the most critical flaw in preventing more sophisticated vibration. Still, the X7 Pro, a 64MP primary camera and an ultra-wide rear camera, and a 32MP Selfie unit do not have an imbalance in the imaging segment.

Here’s a quick look at the numbers before we move on.

The X7 Pro lives somewhere in the upper mid-range and has some powerful hardware inside. MediaTek’s high-end Dimension 1000+ chipset offers high-performance and 5G capability, a 6.55-inch super AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, and 65 W charging fast.

The telephoto camera is the most critical flaw in preventing more sophisticated vibration. Still, the X7 Pro, a 64MP primary camera and an ultra-wide rear camera, and a 32MP Selfie unit do not have an imbalance in the imaging segment.

In India, you get an optimal 65 W adapter in China to maximize your phone’s charging capacity. For some reason, Taiwan only has a 50W unit, and this can vary depending on the country, so be sure to check – 50 watts is not enough or anything.

In any case, a USB-A-C cable is included and is a proprietary cable for high-speed charging.

A 3.5mm USB-C dongle has also been added to connect the wired headsets – the absence of headphone connectors on phones has become familiar over time, and they have disappeared from retail packages, so it’s good to see this here.

Let’s start with the giant motto ‘Dare to Jump’ – in photos, and based on them; we tend to dismiss it as unpleasant. While it almost disappears in real life, it’s not as bad as we expected. Still, this is the highlight of a significant, polarizing design, and if you don’t like it, that’s okay if you do it right.

Now, we are talking about the colorful hero fantasy in our hands, also known as ‘iridescent’ in some areas. Depending on the angle you see, playing with light and covering the entire spectrum from sion to purple, particularly at oblique angles, can purple.

There are two more color options, Mystic Black and Skyline White, both ignoring the ‘Dare to Jump’ tag so that you can search for them for a less attractive design. Not all regions have three colors, mind you – for example, white is not reaching India.

Upfront, you’re getting a beautiful 6.55-inch Super AMOLED screen with minimal bezels. Especially noteworthy is the slim chin that elevates the look of the X7 Pro to a more sophisticated status.

The X7 Pro features a fingerprint reader under the optical range of screens. As Red can do, it is fast and accurate. We appreciate the relatively high positioning, which makes the field natural without unnecessary grip adjustments.

The Selfie camera has a small hole at the opposite end of the device. Here you will notice a slot for a headset that cuts equal parts of the screen glass and surrounding frames. This headset is also a speaker – the X7 Pro has a stereo configuration and is a very welcome feature.

The main speaker is at the bottom and is hung down, which is the traditional arrangement. The card slot is also on the bottom and takes two nano SIMs but no microSD – a little annoying, considering that in some markets, there is only a 128GB storage version. The less-than-ideal development you can see here means there’s no 3.5mm connector – there’s an adapter for it in the box, at least.

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