Right out of the bat of launching their flagship phones by Realme, they have already released duo of mid-segment phones which is the bread and butter of Realme called Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro and directly competes with Xiaomi’s Redmi Mobiles.
The first phone which ditches Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SOC for MediaTek’s SOC (Right after Realme got MediaTek in Redmi Note 8 Pro, Coincidence? we think not) the mobile is aimed at gaming and has below specifications.
This has a MediaTek G90T chipset. The 12nm platform has an octa-core CPU with two 2.05GHz Cortex A76 cores and six 2GHz Cortex-A55 cores
The GPU is powered by Mali-G76 MC4 and thus the aim at gaming by this device.
This is coupled with either 4GB, 6GB, or 8GB RAM.
The Realme 6 packs a 6.5” LCD, however, the resolution has been upgraded to FullHD+. Not only this, but it now also has more modern 90Hz refresh rate and a coating of Gorilla Glass 3. The camera is housed inside a punch hole.
There are four camera modules on the back – 64MP main one with Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor, An 8MP f/2.3 ultrawide unit, A dedicated 2MP macro shooter and a 2MP B&W sensor for extra sharpness and portrait support. The Front camera inside the punch hole has 16MP F/2.0 with a large 1/3.1″ sensor.
Realme 6 has 64GB and 128GB UFS2.1 storage versions and supports a dedicated microSD slot alongside the dual SIM Slots.
The battery is large enough with 4,300 mAh capacity that could be charged in one hour with the 30W charger in the box.
Realme 6 Pro
Realme 6 Pro has more powerful SD720G SOC built on an 8nm process. The CPU consists of a 2.3GHz octa-core Kryo 465 CPU, an Adreno 618 GPU and either 6GB or 8GB RAM.
The Realme 6 Pro sports a 6.6” LCD with 90Hz refresh rate and FullHD+ resolution which is similar to Realme 6, However, the front hole which houses the cameras has a pill-shape that hosts two selfie cameras.
There is a main 64MP camera, a 12MP f/2.5 telephoto shooter, an 8MP ultrawide angle snapper, and 2MP macro lens. The front camera include a 16MP f/2.0 Sony IMX471 module and an 8MP ultrawide snapper with 105-degree field of view.
Both phones also have Realme UI with Android 10 serving as a base, and the Pro supports NavIC – India’s own satellite navigation system.