Realme 11 Pro 5G (Pinterestfirstname.lastname@example.org)
The Realme 11 Pro 5G, which was released on July 18 in Indonesia, boasts several intriguing features ranging from its design, display, chipset, to its camera. The design of this device is notable due to its synthetic leather texture, which sets it apart from its predecessor, the Realme 10 Pro, which had a flat-edged screen. This new model also sports a curved screen edge.
A significant divergence from its predecessor is the Realme 11 Pro 5G’s heart, powered by the Dimensity 7050 5G System on Chip (SoC), in contrast to the Realme 10 Pro that ran on the Snapdragon 695 5G chip. Furthermore, it boasts a 100 MP camera with OIS and supports 67-watt fast charging, a considerable jump from the 33 watts in the Realme 10 Pro.
On examining the design, the Realme 11 Pro 5G showcases a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a central punch hole for the front camera. The curved edges offer a bezel-less look on both sides. The screen supports a 1080 x 2412 pixel resolution, HDR10 Plus, a 120 Hz refresh rate, and brightness up to 950 nits.
A significant design attraction is the synthetic leather back of the Sunrise Beige variant of the Realme 11 Pro 5G. This gives the phone a soft and plush texture, different from most smartphones. This unique material also ensures a comfortable grip without being slippery. However, for those looking for added protection, Realme provides a soft case in the package.
The back also houses a distinctive large camera module that covers about a third of the phone’s rear space. This circular module contains three cameras and a flash. The phone also features volume and power buttons on the right, a USB-C port at the bottom, flanked by a speaker, microphone, and a dual nano-SIM slot.
The AMOLED screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate ensures smooth and comfortable phone operation. Another convenient feature is the Smart Sidebar, a mini taskbar that can be summoned when needed and holds several apps or commands.
The packaging for the Realme 11 Pro 5G is in yellow with black text and contains the phone, jelly case, SIM ejector, a quick guide, and a warranty card. An adapter with a 67-watt output and a USB-C cable for charging are also included, both in a robust white material. Unlike some contemporary smartphones, this model doesn’t come with earphones or OTG accessories.
A highlight of the Realme 11 Pro 5G is its 100 MP camera. Though it primarily operates at a default 12 MP, users can opt for the 100 MP mode. While the phone only has two cameras, it still provides a range of photography-enhancing features. Tests conducted in various lighting conditions proved the camera to be reliable in capturing moments with ample, moderate, or low light.
In summary, the Realme 11 Pro 5G has shown itself to be a promising upgrade from its predecessor, especially in terms of design and camera capabilities. As the phone becomes available worldwide, it’s poised to make a significant mark in the mid-range smartphone market.