In an event, Realme launched two new products targeting the middle or mid-range class. Realme itself dares to make a strong claim, mentioning the Realme 7i as the Most Valuable Smartphone with large memory capacity.
From the specifications on paper, this smartphone comes with many improvements from the previous series of Realme 5i. So it is only natural that the price increase is also quite significant.
In its launch, Palson Yi, Marketing Director said that the Realme number series has become the series most anticipated by Realme fans because it has the best quality in the middle-class segment.
RealMe 7i Features
Not only Realme 7 but Realme 7i also comes with a new, fresher design. Inspired by the visuals from the mirror, Realme provides an iconic dividing line on the rear body as if it is dividing it into two parts.
Just like Realme 7, Realme immerses a 90Hz Ultra Smooth Display screen on Realme 7i and a 16MP punch-hole camera on the front. It’s just that the resolution is still HD +, and uses an IPS panel.
At least Realme still provides Gorilla Glass 3 protection in addition to the protective layer installed in the sales package.
Realme 7i uses the power-efficient Snapdragon 662 octa-core chipset, made using an 11nm fabrication process. Combined with 8GB LPDDR4x RAM and 128GB UFS 2.1 internal memory.
Its performance is claimed to be sufficient for playing games and daily use. It is also compatible with a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 18W Quick Charge.
The Realme 7i rear camera setup is also similar to that of the older brother having a 64MP main sensor with 8MP ultra-wide, and two 2MP cameras for portraits and macros. The difference is, the main sensor is not Sony’s sensor but it is of Omnivision. However, features such as the night filter and UIS stabilization in video recording are still there.