Realme 8 Pro has successfully passed the durability test


Recently, the Realme brand presented to the public the leader of its line of mid-range devices – Realme 8 Pro. The main focus is on the 108MP camera, powerful fast charging, Realme UI 2.0 and design. The latter interests the famous Youtuber JerryRigEverything, and not in the context of visual perception, but in terms of practicality. Realme brought him three variants of the Realme 8 Pro at once, and he undertook to conduct his tests on the blue version. He then revealed that the smartphone is completely made of plastic (both the back and the frame). It also has the longest SIM tray that the Youtuber has ever seen.

Despite the materials with a bad reputation, the Realme 8 Pro performed well in the tests. This also applies to the bend test, during which Zak heard a crackle, but did not see any external damage, which leaves intrigue for the second stage of the test – disassembly. Recall that in a similar test, the ASUS ROG Phone 5 of metal and glass did not pass the tests, so plastic is definitely not a verdict.

Realme 8 Pro

Earlier this Month, Realme has held a presentation of a new generation of mid-range smartphones led by the Realme 8 Pro model. The manufacturer calls the 108-megapixel Quad-camera the main advantage of the new device – this is the first product of the brand with a sensor of such a high resolution. According to the idea, it will help to achieve outstanding performance both during daytime shooting and when working in low light conditions. The camera is made up of an 8 MP and a pair of 2 MP sensors. The second feature of the Realme 8 Pro is a 6.4″ Super AMOLED screen with FHD+ resolution, a 16-megapixel front camera alongise a fingerprint scanner hidden under the display.

Another outstanding feature of the smartphone is the 50W Super Dart Charge; which can replenish the 4500 mAh battery from 0 to 100% in a modest 47 minutes; and only 3 minutes of charging is enough for 4 hours of calls or 11 hours of listening to music. At the heart of the device is the Snapdragon 720G chipset, familiar to the owners of the previous Realme 6 Pro and Realme 7 Pro.

Other features include an NFC module, a 3.5 mm headphone jack on the bottom edge; and a thin (8.1 mm) and light (176 g) body. In addition, the camera module and the slogan “Dare to leap” on the back cover are coated with fluorescent paint; which is designed to emphasize the style of the device by glowing in the dark.

Out of the box, the buyer are getting Android 11 with the Realme UI 2.0 user interface; and one of two possible colors: blue or black. There are also two memory configurations 6/128 and 8/128 GB, and the storage can be expanded with a microSD card.

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