A budget friendly smartphone that still boasts incredible specs, including a 120 hertz, display a 5000mah battery and, of course, that built in 5g support courtesy of the mediatek dimensionally chipset, now, unfortunately, i'm shooting this video a full week and a bit ahead of the realme 75g's official Launch so i don't know the uk asking price for release date just yet, but of course, as this video goes live, the launch would have happened so i'll smash that information down in the video description and that's. Definitely more than enough chatter let's whip this bad boy out of that gorgeous, yellow box and check it out, oh and for more the latest great state. Please do plug subscribe and ding that notifications bell cheers hey welcome to the roomie family because it doesn't say that last bit, but it would be cool if it did alright see what you actually get in the box here and first, of course, our good friend mr Condom case bit of extra protection there, when you need it, got the actual phone itself. Thankfully, a big old dart charge, psu usual highly, exciting type c, usb charging cable with a nice bit of yellow flourish, love it and last, but certainly not least, the pool keeping device to actually get your sim in the bugger, so that's the box out the way. Now let's actually check out the real me seven 5g in all of its glory and immediately straight away. The real me seven 5g feels and looks very, very familiar indeed following the the same sort of design language as the existing real me, seven and real me.
Seven pro definitely got a good old heft to it at 195 grams and, as you can see there, on the back end, you've got that same split design that you had on the original real me. Seven series once again seems to be a plastic back end as well with a matte finish to it. So no glossy finish: that's going to be an absolute grease, magnet and feels nice and solid in every area. No troublesome flex or anything like that looks very nicely. Put together, this is apparently the baltic blue model and, as you can see, there lovely bit of gradient design, uh work as well. I do like the real me budget smartphones. They do have an extra bit of flare that is often missing from budget handsets. You can see there on the back. The brandon is fairly restrained and the rather large camera chassis, doesn't, actually jut very far from the surface, that's always good to see too. Apparently the display is coated in gorilla glass. I would assume gorilla glass 3, although they weren't actually actually specific in the specifications, and you do actually have a pre installed screen protector on there. Anyway, for a bit of extra hardiness and a good bit of edge mounted fingerprint sensor action as well, always good to see so just busy booting up the realme, 75g and let's just have a quick shifty at the sim card setup as well. But and as you can see, there it's a dual sim slot and it looks like one of those sim slots will have to be used for the microsd memory card.
If you want to plug one in now, just help to expand the 128 gigabytes of onboard storage, which at least is a nice generous amount, especially for a budget blower all right. So the real me seven 5g is all set up and ready for action. I'Ve been playing around with it for just shy of a day now, and it definitely reminds me of the original real me seven in lots of ways. Now, sadly, is the older android 10 on here. You don't get the fresh new android 11 just yet, but hopefully we won't be waiting around too long for that to get updated and of course, you've got the real me. Ui version 1.0 slapped on top of that. If you've not used a realme smartphone before realme ui is essentially just color os by different name, color os, which is another launcher used by oppo smartphones. If you've not used an oppo smartphone, this basically adds a whole bunch of features to android, some of which are pretty damn good. So you've got a good bit of one handed help. For instance, you can actually drag down the entire screen like so, which makes using apps and the like much much easier and you've got even more one handed help with the ability to drag down all of your desktop icons, just by swiping from a corner like so It just makes it super easy to open everything up, and those features are very much appreciated because, of course, the roomie 75g is a 6.
5 inch absolute monster. My only beef with real me ui the same as color os, is the fact that the settings menu is quite messy, it's, getting better in later incarnations, it's starting to get a little bit more organized but it's, just so busy there's, so much stuff going on and A lot of the settings are sort of buried away in sub menus, which makes it kind of tricky to find what you're. Looking for. Apart from that, though, you get all of the standard features, you got full swiping navigation, so you get a good bit of that on the go. You do, of course, have full nfc support and everything as well so you've got your uh. Google appear contactless payments action and so far touchwood no issues with that edge mounted fingerprint sensor either it's, nice and responsive. As you can see, there just immediately just tap your finger to the surface and you are straight into your desktops and you can also, as usual, unlock the real me seven 5g, using your gorgeous mug as well as your finger. So just pick up the only 75g scans for your face recognizes you hello, so moving on to that beastly screen it's a 6.5 inch, as i mentioned before, and it is ips tech, not oled, unlike the real me 7 pro, but one of the advantages of that Ips tech is that you can get a 120 hertz super fast refresh rate on this thing.
You can actually adjust this in the display settings it's set to auto select by default, so it does automatically flick between 60 and 120 to preserve battery life when that 120 refresh isn't really needed, but i bumped it all the way up to 120 full time just To see how it impacts the battery life, and, oh, my god, is it silky silky smooth when you're flicking around in apps menus, whatever you want, and the roomy 75g is definitely great for flicking through your photos, checking out a good bit of video stuff like that. Those visuals are nice and crisp for the full hd plus resolution that's 2400 by 1080.. Colors, look, nice and natural. You know slightly more vibrant colors. They do sort of stand out slightly, but not as much as they would do on an oled screen. Contrast is pretty good for an ips as well. Those blacks are reasonably black. You do have the usual all the visual effect setting uh beard away there in the display menu uh. Even with this active, i can't really know it's much of a difference. Be perfectly honest. When watching stuff on the likes of netflix and youtube, but it doesn't really matter because i was perfectly happy uh with what i was seeing when i was just kicking back with a movie or a show on netflix, and the good news is you've got full wide. Vine l1 support. So, as you can see, you can play hd content on netflix as well great stuff.
The only issue i have had at the moment is with disney plus no matter what i try and play on here. I just basically get the same error code. Every single time so we'll get in touch with real me find out what the issue is. There might just be because this is of course pre launch and everything and uh support has not been added. Yet things are looking all shiny and lovely on the audio front. As well, you've actually got full dolby atmos support on this bad boy. Uh and it's also got support for high res audio and the like as well so definitely be testing that out with a bit of moths to flames and all that good stuff from last week. Because we only have a model speaker output here on the realme 7 5g, so let's just bump up that volume see if it's any good plastic back is probably going to scratch up fairly easily. So you'll probably want to slap that condom cover on it. If you do grab your on so yeah crank that volume all the way up to maximum levels and the really 75g packs a bit of a wallop to be fair clarity seems strong as well as long as, obviously you don't muffle, that single speaker output, so overall Borrowing potential disney plus mishaps uh, the roomie 75g seems good for your media right. So let's have a shift onto the performance now and the real me 75g is actually one of very few smartphones to hit the uk rocking a mediatek chipset uh.
Quite a lot of the super budget ones have some of the older mediatek ones. This is actually got mediatek, dimensity chipset, packed inside the 800u and the big whoop with mediatex dimensionally chipsets. Is they have a built in 5g modem, similar to some qualcomm socs, like the 765, for instance? So in case you haven't already figured it out. The real me 75g does have full 5g support, not only that, but you can actually get 5g at the same time. On both sims, if you've got two of them packed in there and so far, the performance seems very similar to that found on the realme 7 pro, which was packing the snapdragon 720g. Certainly, the benchmarking scores are very similar indeed, and the real me seven 5g comes in two different flavors. You can either have six or eight gigs of ram. This is just the base. Six gig model i'm, not sure if the air gig version will be on sale. Here in the uk, just yet but i'm certainly expecting uh all the popular games like pubg and call of duty mobile to run with a respectable frame rate. Even when you bump those detail levels up and, of course, you've got the usual color os slash real me. Ui gaming modes on board here as well, so you can monitor the likes of the cpu, the gpu usage, your frames per second, you can bring up a quick messenger, what's up uh a window as well.
You can block your notifications, which is particularly handy, reject calls all that good stuff there's, even an auto play feature on there as well. If you want to just minimize the game or just hibernate the phone leave that game playing in the background. If you need to build up resources stuff, like that and you've also got a 180 hertz touch sampling rating on the real me 75g as well. So hopefully, should be nice and responsive uh when you're using those touchscreen controls, but i'll be doing lots of gaming on call of duty mobile over the next week or so to really test it out. So stay tuned for my full review. As for yonder battery tech. Well, it's a mighty 5 000 milliamp cell stuffed inside of the real me 7 5g. So i would expect at least a full day. Out of this thing probably can stretch it to two full days. If you don't go, absolutely nuts you've got the usual power saving modes and everything on board as well and impressively at this sort of budget price point as well: you've got 30 watt dart charge support as well, so it should power up again in a jiffy and Finally, let's round up this unboxing of the real me seven 5g, with a squint of that quad lens rear camera, and it definitely seems to be a very similar hardware indeed to the global version of the real me seven, which came out here a couple of months.
Prior, especially that 48 megapixel primary shooter, which once again uses the extremely catchfully titled, samsung s5 kgm 1st sensor and the camera app certainly holds no surprises for anyone. Who'S used to a real me smartphone looks like a very similar layout to usual. So, of course, you're straight into that primary camera. To begin with, looks like a fast shutter, speed and fast processing time as well. I did find with the original real me seven that sometimes the color temperature could be a little bit off. So, for instance, the box here appears warmer than it does actually in real life uh, but again, it's indoor conditions here quite tricky. Ambient lighting so i'll be giving it a full on test in outdoors to see how it handles life there and even though it's a 48 megapixel lens, it does shoot in 12 megapixel uh resolution by default, but you can quickly switch up to that maximum resolution. If you want like so it just uses the four in one pixel bin and basically with the standard photo option so that's, quite good. If it's uh, you know again slightly tricky conditions, just helps to combine the information from four pixels into one to produce a brighter cleaner image. You'Ve got the usual uh features such as aic and enhancement, which i tend to leave switched off because again, it just makes colors look a little bit artificial at times. You'Ve got the portrait mode shenanigans as well, so you can get a nice bit of bokeh style effect.
In the background, if you like, complete with the ai beautification, obligatory shenanigans and as usual, you can actually adjust that bokeh action as well to make it not. Quite so severe or full on all of the bucket in my face, please, sir! Yes, mom love it. If you dive into more, you do have a selection of other bonus features right on there as well, including good, old, pro expert mode as well, which is good if you want to tinker with the likes of the white balance. The iso levels to get a very precise kind of shot, and you can actually shoot in full raw format here as well, if you want to edit on the fly as for the rest of the quad lens setup here on the realme 7, 5g. Well, of course, you've got an eight megapixel ultra wide angle lens, just like the original real me seven. So you can snap away with that. Uh. You don't have an optical zoom, of course, because this is a budget blur, but you can zoom up to five times. Digitally if you wish, and the other two lenses are unsurprisingly, two megapixel macro lens. If you want to get a bit out on the go, it's just gon na be grainy and horrible as usual, and a two megapixel uh monochrome lens as well hazard. If you want to shoot a good whole movie action, i believe you can uh record all the way up to 4k resolution.
That'S just checking the settings yep good bit of 4k action um. Otherwise, if you leave it at 1080p, looks like you can shoot at 30 or 60 frames per second and you've got the old wobbly camera mode as well or active mode or whatever they call it as well. So you can sort of jog about the place and shoot video at the same time, although the effectiveness of this tends to be not amazing at times on some of these more budget blows and then last up, if we flip around to that selfie camera housed in The tiny little pinhole notch up in that corner there it's a 16 megapixel effort, should be absolutely fine for you, simple basic shareable shots online. You got your full portrait mode, support and everything as well. If you want to make it all about, you, baby and yeah that's, actually not bad to hit the bulk of my wrinkles and stress lines, and i don't look quite as gormless as i usually do and there you have it. That, in a nutshell, is the real me seven 5g, quick tour of the specs, the hardware, the software and all of that good stuff. So, as i'll see, i'll be testing out funny as my full time personal handset checking out the gaming prowess, the battery life, the camera tech, all that good stuff ahead of my in depth. Thrill me seven 5g review so stay tuned for that should be going live.
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