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Smartphone Reviews, Realme 5 2021

so the arse end of 2019 has seen a slew of budget-friendly smartphones launched here in the UK the likes of Johnny and Oppo have been very heavily involved indeed and fellow Chinese manufacturer really has also got stuck in releasing a trio of wallet-friendly mobiles the most affordable of the three is this wee blighter here the real me five as far as the specs go it's a serious rival toward my favourite GP Mobile's of 2019 the mortal g7 power you want to get in get a mighty 5000 million batteries stuffed inside plus a massive 6.5 inch screen a super stacked quad lens rear camera and a gorgeously shiny Shasu to wrap it all up in so far so very good indeed especially for that 160 euro asking price but it's the real me five actually a worthy everyday smartphone well I've been using it as my personal handset for the past week and here is my in-depth real me 5 review and one let's to quit small biotech please do post inscribe ending that notifications Bell cheers.

Realme 5 review: Design and key features

 now first up I've got to say I really like the style that goes into every real me smartphone despite the super affordable asking price like rival manufacturer honor really really tries to make each model that releases look distinctive and attractive even though they basically support the exact same form factor 3 only 5 is yet another 6.5 inch beast with a decent heft to it but that polycarbonate back end is brought to life for the fractured glass style finish which sparkles in different shades as it catches the light this here is the blue model and you can also pick it up in purple so it's definitely one for fans of vibrant finishes no boring black or white here of course because it is constructed from plastic that sparkly arse it is rather prone to scratches and scuffs we've already got a good bit of scuffing down here in this corner here and a few little light Nick's around the other edges as well but thankfully you do get a condom kiss stuffed inside the real me 5 box as well bonus free of charge a little extra there and you can slap it on if you want a bit of extra protection although obviously it does detract somewhat from that sexy design the display itself is well supported as well not only do you get Gorilla Glass 3 quarter and plus also bolstered by a pre-installed screen protector which so far is only picked up a couple of tiny scratches.

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Realme 5 review: Display and audio

 sadly unlike its full HD rivals this is a 720p panel so yeah those visuals on quite a shop as i'd like for such a beastly sized screen but that's certainly there are they particularly fuzzy colors they're quite natural and overall it is fine for kicking back with some YouTube on Netflix just don't bother watching any dark or moody TV shows or movies because you really will struggle to see what's actually going on technically this display is absolutely fine the viewing angles are strong and on top brightness I found I could comfortably read off the panel at any time unfortunately the auto brightness here on the reel me five isn't the most reliable occasionally you'll be in a pitch-black room and it'll still rooted on that top maximum retina sear in a level and vice versa sometimes you're out in daylight and it goes down to the minimum cut see what the hell's going on it doesn't that very often but when it does it is bloody annoying and yes there is a not show of sorts but it's barely the size of a teenager's pimple it certainly didn't bother me at any point even when watching stuff falls screen the audio setup isn't anything particularly to scream about here on the real me 5 its basic mono speaker setup nor stereo speaker actions sadly but the good news is you do get 3.5 made a headphone jack if you want again plugged in and the wireless support is absolutely fine as well with that bluetooth connectivity and absolutely no issues connecting to my truly wireless buds.

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Realme 5 review: Software

 now on the software side of things the room e5 is still stuck on Android Pi sadly though color OS 6 is love it on top to jazz it up a bit and add plenty of bonus features so for instance you've got full swipe navigation support although suddenly isn't the most responsive sometimes you'll have to swipe up from the bottom the screen a couple of times in order to bring up the recent apps or go back home but from the parental controls to the Nifty game and more there's something for everyone here and thankfully Android essentials like the apps tria haven't been stripped out you also get some pretty respectable fierce recognition security as well to support the excellent physical fingerprint sensor slapped on the back hands up color OS definitely feels quite messy in places especially once you dive into the settings and actually try to find a particular feature but on the whole it's not bad at all and you can always replace it with your own launcher of choice if required and the good news is that everything runs smoothly enough.

Realme 5 review: Performance and battery life

 thanks to the Snapdragon 6:65 chipset stuffed inside the real me 5 backed by four gigs of ram definitely an impressive set of specs for under 200 quid I was rarely bothered by any undue pauses or Stellar's as I swap between apps and even games like pop G mobile play with a perfectly respectable frame rate over an hour-long session as long as you keep the detail levels on the law of course and as mentioned before there's a propaganda tool built into the real v5 which can have to block out notifications record your game and session and get you to the very top of your game but one of the definitive highlights of the real only five is definitely the battery life not exactly a massive shocker considering the absolutely flippin huge five thousand milliamp cells stuffed inside this thing if you want I'm constantly skyping sat-nav and media stream and using the camera all that shenanigans I comfortably make it through two full days on a single charge and if you're a bit more restrained just simply checking emails and browsing the web then you can add an extra day on top of that basically however real me has committed a cardinal sin here by subjecting us to that god-awful micro USB nonsense that by now really should be well and truly deceased I mean honestly it's almost twenty twenty people this thing it just it just makes my soul ik anywho moving swiftly on.

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Realme 5 review: Camera

 let's check out the camera tech and the really five certainly boasts more lenses than pretty much any of its budget rivals that 12 megapixel primary shooter is joined by an 8 megapixel wide-angle snapper plus a 2 megapixel macro lens and a 2 megapixel depth sensor of course as well we norm or lens's does not necessarily translate into better photo and video capture and sure enough there will be five quickly falls into the usual budget smartphone trappings everyday shots taken out and daylight are reasonably sharp but as soon as you move inside things generally get quite soft and fuzzy low light is particularly troublesome although the light mode does at least come in handy here making things a wee bit sharper and brighter and other processing time is long and y-you can digitally zoom in at any point to get a closer view of your subject your final pic will be severely lacking in detail once you do so I also found that this phone loved to take an extra shots unexpectedly hence I have a lot of test photos of my feet or the wall as seen from a particularly strange slope and angle still all that said the only five is no more limiter than other sub 2 in Japan smartphones and the likes of the portrait mode and the macro mode actually worked pretty well for a budget blower thanks to those dedicated bonus lenses and no complaints for that wide-angle lens either it's quite the rarity on GP handsets and it definitely offers a very different view of the action when needed if you want to swap around to that 13 megapixel selfie camera you can generally capture decent-looking shots of your mug as long as you're not snapping against a super bright background as from video you can also catch up to 4k resolution footage and the really five is pretty good for simple home movies capturing plenty of detail at that Ultra HD level as well as the surround and audio and a crisp and clear fashion

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 and that right there is my full review of the really five budget-friendly smartphone and definitely for that sub 200 pound price point it's one of the best offerings of 2019 definitely a strong rival to the likes the Moto G 7 power especially if you're not entirely sold on just a stock Android experience what do you think of the real me 5 and have you actually been using it or perhaps one of the other ones as well the 5s or the 5 Pro which I'm also hoping to cover very shortly indeed please definitely leave your on many reviews down in the comments below let me know what you think in the stay tuned for a full comparison of all the best budget smartphones under 200 pounds under 300 pounds and the best camera phones on a budget as well which is all coming very shortly indeed thanks for watching everyone I love you guys don't forget to poke subscribe ding that relief occations Bell and add yourselves a bloody lovely week Cheers

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