Realme 6 Price and Review


Realme 6 Price and Review
Realme 6 Price and Review

Price:

Realme 6 Price in Bangladesh started 19,000 Taka
Realme 6 Price in India started 13,900
Rupee's
Realme 6 Price in USA started 175 doller
Realme 6 Price in Europe  started 158 euro

Review:
Realme 6 Price and Review
Realme 6 Price and Review

Realme 6 looks a lot like the phones we've seen before from real me, and that's not a bad thing. It's back as shiny and dazzling slightly curves. And yes, made of plastic. I really liked this finish. It's glossy and eye catching, and yet the frame is matte, which lends a bit of extra grip the phone isn't too heavy for its size, and fits comfortably in the hand. One thing you might not expect from a budget phone is waterproofing, but the real me six is resistant to splashes overall the design quality is excellent for the money. On the front is a 6.5 inch LCD screen with a punch hole at the top for the selfie cam. This display is probably the real me six is highlight feature. It's a big upgrade over last year's real me five as it has a 10 dP resolution, not 720. On top of that, it supports a fast 90 hertz refresh rate, which is pretty hard to find at this price. It makes moving elements look much smoother on the screen, contrast is excellent and colour reproduction is decent lively, but not super accurate maximum brightness is just average for an LCD though, 450 nits, even in bright sun for your audio the real me six is a single loudspeaker down at the bottom. It received an average score and our loudness test and sounds decent, but lacks bass.

The phone does have a regular 3.5 millimetre audio jack too. If you're plugging in standard headphones, unlocking the phone is quite simple, with a side mounted fingerprint scanner. It's very fast and accurate. There are options for 64 or 128 gigs of onboard storage is expandable to, and besides the microSD card, the phone can also hold two cents. Rather than elbows colour ls the real me six runs the brand new real me UI based on Android 10. It looks a lot like stock Android. The interface is quite clean and straightforward. The multimedia apps and some management apps or by real me, the most other functions are provided by Google's apps. And you get a smart sidebar on the edge of the screen, similar to Samsung's Galaxy phones. It's a convenient space to store shortcuts. At the heart of the real me six is a MediaTek Helio g 90 ti chipset, is it chipset geared toward gaming and its CPU benchmark scores are class leading with the GPU it's pretty much the same story, providing performance that beats pretty much all of the competition for a budget phone you won't find much better than this, and gaming is quite a pleasure here. Powering all of this is a 4300 milliamp hour battery is smaller than the massive 5000 milliamp hour one in the real me five, but still provides excellent results, the real basics Gordon endurance rating of 106 hours and our battery tests, regardless of screen refresh rate. The phone ships with a 30 watt Volk flash charger and it's super fast, we were able to charge the real me six from zero to 70% and just half an hour.

Camera Review:

Realme 6 Price and Review
Realme 6 Price and Review

Now one of the cameras, there's a quad camera setup on the back, which includes a 64 megapixel quad bear main cap, an eight megapixel ultra wide cam, a two megapixel macro camera and a depth sensor for portrait mode photos from the main cam come out and 16 megapixels and these look quite good. There's accurate colours, low noise and why dynamic range, detailed is decent though we're not so pleased with how foliage and grass sometimes come out, perhaps due to the noise reduction. You can shoot in the main campus for 64 megapixels. Though this doesn't guarantee better detail and the file size is quite large for each photo. One of the benefits of having this big sensor and resolutions that you can crop for a nice digital zoom, but it seems like the phone just zoom is based on its 16 megapixel output. Here's a comparison with a crop from a 64 megapixel sample we made in post, the real me six shoots portraits with this main camera to, with the health of the depth sensing portrait camera.

These come object, but the detail isn't that great at night the photos we took with the main camera weren't very impressive. The contrast and colours are alright, but the resolve detail takes a hit from the aggressive noise reduction, and even so there is still some visible noise left. There is a night mode available. This gives a massive boost in detail in the shadows and skies, as well as more even exposure. You might get more noise but these are still a big improvement over regular nighttime shots, the ultra wide camera doesn't do well at night. You get underexposed shots with a tonne of noise and little detail. It does support night mode which gives you a brighter picture, but these photos still aren't grades selfies are taken with a 16 megapixel front facing camera, which has fixed focus, if you have enough light. The results are quite good with a lot of detail and great sharpness, the real me six can record video and up to 4k at 30 FPS with this main camera. We expected better detail here, but at least the colours are spot on. And the dynamic range is impressive. The OSHA webcam is limited to recording intensity up at 30 FPS. These are low in detail and not very good overall. There is electronic stabilisation available,