Introduction of Realme 8 5G – reducing specifications under the pretext of 5G

Introduction of Realme 8 5G – reducing specifications under the pretext of 5G

Introduction of Realme 8 5G – reducing specifications under the pretext of 5G

News unit : brand Realme almost a month ago on March 24, 2021 from two new phones Realme 8 and Realme 8 Pro revealed that despite features such as an OLED screen, high-resolution cameras and large batteries with fast charging, none of them were equipped with 5G, and this issue apparently led Realme designers to present a new product in This category has This collection has now introduced Realme 8 5G, which despite the similarity In naming, it is not very close to its non-5G namesake in terms of device specifications, and we are actually facing a weaker and lower-end device. The main change made in Realme 8 5G naturally belongs to its processing chipset, which now includes a 5G modem.

These changes but It is not limited to the processor and has even appeared in the design of this model. In the upper part of the phone, we are still faced with a large screen with a punch hole on the left and clear borders, especially at the bottom, but on the back of the phone, a simpler and at the same time updated design has been used, which has changed the surrounding area of ​​the cameras from a square to an elongated rectangle. There is no news about the rainbow strip under the cameras and the big brand slogan on the other side (fortunately!).

As the screen gets bigger, we expect more dimensions and weight from this phone, which happens in practice as well; The dimensions of the device are 8.5 x 74.8 x 162.5 mm, compared to Realme 8 with The dimensions of 7.99 x 73.9 x 160.6 mm have been increased in all three cases. The weight of the device is 185 grams, and this one has experienced a significant change compared to the 177 grams of its 4G counterpart.

While the Realme 8 with its 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with a maximum brightness of 1000 nits was very attractive in this segment, the designers Realme in Realme 8 5G have gone to a simpler combination, which despite the 0.1 inch increase in dimensions and reaching 6.5 inches, LCD technology is used in it, and its 600 nit point brightness has also been reduced. This screen, of course, also offers a positive point compared to before, where its refresh rate has increased from 60 to 90 Hz, and on paper it offers a better experience when navigating between menus and games that support this feature.

The phone’s selfie camera is 16 megapixels as before, but apparently this time the IMX471 sensor in the previous model is not used, or at least it is not mentioned in the specifications of the phone. The aperture of the 5-step lens of this camera has been slightly opened and has increased from f/2.45 to f/2.1. This camera does not have automatic focus, but in the video it uses a digital stabilizer called UIS, and its maximum video resolution is 1080p/30fps.

The pinnacle of simplifications of Realme 8 5G You should search in the cameras on the back of the device; Where the previous 64 megapixel camera has been replaced by a 48 megapixel f/1.8 camera (apparently of the type Samsung GM1) and in the absence of an 8 megapixel ultrawide camera only to We have two 2-megapixel f/2.4 units, one for close-up photography and the other for blurring the background of the main subject. The ability to record 4K and 1080p/60fps video has been removed from the main camera’s list of capabilities, and now you can shoot videos at a maximum resolution of 1080p/30fps. In taking slow motion, you cannot go beyond 720p/120fps, while Realme 8 supports 1080p/120fps and 720p/240fps in this mode.

The processing chipset present in Realme 8 5G is Dimensity 700 is a Mediatek company that, despite being from Regarding the type and number of cores, there is a special difference with

The RAM of the device is 4 or 8 GB of LPDDR4X type and offers 128 GB of UFS 2.1 internal memory with the possibility of upgrading (up to another 1 TB via dedicated microSD slot).

The 5000 mAh battery capacity of the phone is also maintained in the 5G version, but now we are faced with a weaker charger that has only 18 watts of power instead of 30 watts, and will certainly need more time to charge the battery. The official times announced for this battery include 42 hours of calls, 16 hours of video viewing, and 114 hours of music playback, some of which (including battery life during calls and video viewing) have been reduced compared to the Realme 8.

Wi-Fi Dual band, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS/GLONASS/Galileo/BeiDou/QZSS routers, headset jack and side fingerprint scanner are some of the other notable features of this phone. Dynamic RAM Expansion option to use internal memory and use them as RAM is also available in this model

Realme 8 5G in blue and black colors with operating system Android 11 and the realme UI user interface have been presented to the two markets of Thailand and India, and we will probably see its presence in some other markets as well. Was. The price of the 4GB/128GB version of this phone in the Indian market is set at 14,999 rupees (at the current exchange rate of nearly 200 US dollars), and to get the 8GB/128GB version, you have to spend 16,999 rupees ($227).

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