Our previous article discussed the Realme 11 5G launched in China today. Alongside the vanilla model, the company also launched the successor to Realme 10 Pro. The Realme 11 Pro comes with a new design that looks premium. Last year, we got a curved display in the Realme 10 Pro+, not the Realme 10 Pro. But this year, both the “Pro” phones have a curved display.
Realme 10 Pro has a gorgeous design with a leather finish on the rear, a circular camera module with a dual camera setup, and a curved display with a hole punch cutout on the front. The bezels are also quite slim (2.33mm chin).
The display on the front is a 6.7-inch Full-HD+ OLED with a 10-bit color depth and up to 120Hz refresh rate. The peak brightness is 950 nits, and the panel supports HDR10+. There is 2160Hz PWM dimming. Under the hood, there is the MediaTek Dimensity 7050 SOC, and while it sounds like a huge upgrade over the Dimensity 1080 inside Realme 10 Pro, it isn’t. The Dimensity 7050 is the same chip but with a different name.
The dual camera setup includes a 100MP sensor for the primary camera with OIS support and a 2MP macro camera. There is no ultrawide camera. 4K video recording is supported but limited to 30fps. For selfies, there is a 16MP camera.
The battery size is 5,000mAh, and the phone supports 67W fast charging.
Realme 10 comes in three colors, and here is the pricing for China –
- 8GB + 256GB – ¥1799 (~$260 / ~₹21,000)
- 12GB + 256GB – ¥1999 (~$288 / ~₹24,000)
- 12GB + 512GB – ¥2299 (~$331 / ~₹27,000)