So now we have got that all covered off, I think we can come to some conclusion. Now before I delve fully into the review, I feel I should give you a bit of a tour of the device. If you prefer your tour in text and photos medium, read my unboxing post by going to it here. Ergo, if you are a performance fiend, then you really can’t go wrong with the Realme GT – the device has all the makings of a flagship killer, and it doesn’t disappoint the performance department in any way whatsoever. Buy a Realme GT, and you’ll get performance and visuals worth of phones well beyond its price.
But before I go into them, I quickly want to say that the price this phone comes in at a lot can be forgiven. This makes it a killer phone for enjoying the finest Netflix and Prime Video content or swiping through and double-tapping social feeds. Realme have added various battery-saving feature into the software for the phone at its core. That is the question posed in the review of the latest phone from Realme, the realme gt 5g. I have used one for the past few days, trying to answer it during this review. The DXOMARK Battery autonomy score is composed of three performance sub-scores: (1) Stationary, (2) On the go, and (3) Calibrated use cases.
Each sub-score comprises the results of a comprehensive range of tests for measuring autonomy in all kinds of real-life scenarios. The first thing I found a bit annoying was the volume. So first is the Screen protector, which is only suitable for protecting the screen for transit. I found that a lot of the time, I was pulling it out of my pocket to find that I had been pressing on the volume down button to try and wake the screen. However, the exact screen size has not been revealed yet. There is only a difference: the Realme X7 Pro Ultra has a better 32 MP selfie camera, while Realme GT and GT Neo pack a 16 MP front camera.