Realme 10: Features, Specifications, And Price

Realme has presented its latest mobile phone with which it intends to compete among the best mid-range smartphones. The Realme 10 4G is a device that comes with expandable RAM and a new Helio G99 processor which improves its performance compared to the previous series. Stay to know all the features, news, and prices in Spain before the launch of Realme 10.

Realme 10 technical sheet

ProcessorMediaTek Helio G99
Operating systemAndroid 12
RAMup to 8GB
Storageup to 256GB
microSD card supportYes
Dual SIMYes
connectivity4G, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.1
Screen6.4″, Super AMOLED, 1080 x 2400 pixels, 90 Hz
rear cameras50 + 2 megapixels
Frontal camera16 megapixels
video recording1080 at 30fps
sound systemMono speaker, 3.5mm jack
Drums5000mAh, 33W
Dimensions and weight160 x 73 x 8mm, 179 grams
Realme 10 technical sheet

Higher performance than Series 9 thanks to the Helio G99 processor

Helio G99 processor
Helio G99 processor

The Realme 10 is a device that has quite good performance along with a high-brightness Super AMOLED screen and RAM that can be expanded up to 16 GB (RAM Swap).

Thanks to the new Helio G99 processor, it seems that the Realme 10 will achieve up to 40% more energy efficiency compared to the 9 Series. This will be seen above all in the fluidity of its system as a whole when it comes to operating.

It is an 8-core, 6-nanometer processor with a speed of 2.2GHz and is accompanied by an ARM Mali G57 GPU with 7 rendering cores.

By adopting 6nm technology, power consumption will be reduced by 20%. On the other hand, GPU efficiency will also see an efficiency advantage of up to 78% depending on the manufacturer.

The Realme 10 has been tested on the latest version of AnTuTu, achieving a result of 400,084 points. This is the highest among all devices equipped with the Helio G99 chip.

In the most gaming part, Realme ensures that this mobile will be guaranteed a stable 40 frames per second in PUBG Mobile (in balanced mode), and will allow us to play for approximately 10 hours.

Realme 10 autonomy and screen

Speaking of battery, the Realme 10 comes with a 5000 mAh battery with a 33 W charge. An autonomy that we are used to seeing in other devices in this range which we can use throughout the day.

Next to it, is a Super AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz and a brightness of up to 1000 nits. This screen is also protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass 5.

Realme 10 cameras

Realme 10
Realme 10

The photographic section does not end up being the strong point of the Realme 10. Even so, we will have a dual camera system with a 50 MP main lens and a 2MP depth sensor. A technical aspect to point out is the improved Night Mode compared to the Realme 9 Series.

On the front, we find a 16 MP selfie camera that seems to get good results during the day. In addition, the Realme 10 will be able to record in FHD at 30 fps with both the rear system and the selfie camera.

No NFC on Realme 10

Without a trace of 5G connectivity, in the Realme 10 maintain 4G accompanied by WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5.1 connection, and a USB-C 2.0 port. What surprises us is that the manufacturer has not added NFC, although it is confirmed that it will come with Android 12 as the operating system.

Realme 10: Prices and where to buy it

The Realme 10 is the manufacturer’s thinnest mobile, with a 7.95 mm thickness and a weight of 179 g. We can get this new device in black and white, as well as with different configurations of RAM (4, 6, and 8GB) and storage (64, 128, and 256 GB).

As for prices, taking into account the currency exchange, the Realme 10 will cost:

Realme 10 with 4+64GB$230
Realme 10 with 4+128GB$250
Realme 10 with 6+128GB$270
Realme 10 with 8+128GB$280
Realme 10 with 8+256GB$300

Also, read about Realme C33 Arrives: Launch Promo

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