June 2, 2020
Realme 6 specs
Realme has announced its entry-point to its new mid-range lineup, the Realme 6. It succeeds the 5 Pro and not the Realme 5, which implies big upgrade over its predecessor.
The budget gamer’s smartphone isn’t a great all-rounder smartphone, but it is a great gaming phone that’s why it feature Helio G90T chipset.
In this article, we explore the Realme 6 specs, price and review.
Design and Display
The Realme 6 is alike with th Realme 6S in all ramifications except for it’s rear primary cameras and it’s storage options.
The makeup elements comprises of a Corning Gorilla Glass front and a refined, polished, plastic back and frame.
The back is curved ensures better handling and the volume rockers on it sides which also doubles as the side mounted fingerprint-scanner.
The glossy design on the rear panel is mounted upon by a massive camera bump housing four cameras, with the brand name sitting at the bottom of the panel.
Moving frontward is a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display at Full HD+ resolution with a tiny punch-hole selfie camera stuffed into the top left corner of the display.
The best part about the display is its 90Hz refresh rate with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and a screen density of 405 ppi.
It debut as splash resistance and it colourways are available in just two colors, Comet Blue and Comet White.
lt cameras offer decent imagery, but you would be better off with it’s premium sibling if you want better shots.
The primary camera from it’s quad rear setup is furnished with a 64MP Samsung GW1 image sensor similar to the it premium sibling, Realme 6 Pro.
The other cameras includes, an 8MP ultra-wide shooter, followed by 2MP black and white portrait lens and 2MP macro shooter.
The 64MP sensor clicks 16MP shots by default via pixel-binning and can shoot up to 4K videos.
It solitary 16MP selfie camera confined to a punch hole can shoot up to 2k videos while photos can be captured in HDR and panorama mode.
Hardware and Software
The hardware spec sheet is an Octa-core MediaTek Helio G90T chipset which powers the Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 8 Pro smartphone is designed specifically for gaming – as indicated by the ‘G’ in its name.
The chipset with a combo of Mali-G76 MC4 GPU makes it one of the best gaming in the mid range cadre.
And as with all new Realme Android phones, they run on its own user interface, the Realme UI based on android 10 operating system.
Onboard storage offer three options with 4GB, 6GB, and 6GB LPDDR4X RAM while the in-built storage comes in 64GB and 128GB internal storage. There is also an option for storage expansion via SD-Card.
The Realme 6 features Bluetooth 5.0, GPS + GLONASS, Dual 4G VoLTE, dual-band WiFi, USB Type-C charging port, 3.5mm headphone jack, Dolby Atmos and my FM Radio.
The battery is rated at 4,300mAh supported by 30W flash charger which can be charged from 0 to full in 55 minutes.
Realme 6 Price and Availability
The Realme 6 is available and it price starts at $175 for the base 4GB/64GB variant, which is about 64,000 Nigerian Naira, 983,50 Ghana Cedi and 18,553 Kenyan shillings.
The other two variants, 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB are priced around $205 and $215 respectively.