Realme 6 Full Review with Pro’s and Con’s

“6 is the new Pro”. Even before Realme launched its latest series, it insisted that the Realme 6 is going to be a successor to the Realme 5 Pro and not the Realme 5.

It means the specifications of the Realme 6 are an enormous upgrade over its predecessor, though the worth tag is additionally higher compared to the previous offering. 

Realme 6 Key specifications:

  1.  6.5-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display with 90Hz refresh rate and punch-hole screen
  2.  Mediatek Helio G90T Octa-core processor
  3.  64MP+8MP+2MP+2MP quad-rear camera setup
  4. 16MP front camera
  5. 4300mAh battery with 30W fast charging
  6. Android 10 with Realme UI

    Realme 6 Prices in India :

    Rs 12,999 for 4GB/64GB,

    Rs 14,999 for 6GB/128GB,

    Rs 15,999 for 8GB/128GB

    The Realme 6 sports a gorgeous design which will want you to require it out of your pocket just to seem at it.

    I usually prefer a clean-looking back just like the ones at the Realme X2 Pro and therefore the Realme X50 Pro, but the comet design on the glass back of Realme 6 doesn’t leave space for complaints.

    Both the Comet Blue and Comet White color models look super cool and premium.

    Design and Build quality :

    Thankfully, the build of Realme 6 is refined, polished, and appears like it was designed with ample time available.

    The curved back ensures better handling and therefore the volume rockers + power button are within the reach.

    Also, the quantity rocker doubles as fingerprint-scanner. Some people do not like side-mounted fingerprint sensors but it’s the simplest position to put the scanner.

    Just enroll both your index fingers and thumbs to utilize it to its maximum potential.


    Coming to the front, the Realme 6 sports a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with a punch-hole within the top left corner.

    The Full HD+ display has good brightness levels enough to allow you to use messaging apps outdoors during the day. The screen produces vibrant colors and therefore the viewing angles are brilliant.

    There’s no shimmering or changing of colors, albeit you check out the screen from an angle on the brink of 180-degree. There’s a punch-hole camera at the front.

    The best part about the display is its 90Hz refresh rate. The subtle smoothness is noticeable once you scroll through the interface or your Insta-feed.

    It also makes gaming sessions more enjoyable but we’ll come there later within the review.

    If you would like to feel the smoothness whenever you unlock the phone, just set the blue Live Wallpaper from the list of default options.

    The only problem I ever have with the screen is its size. The 6.5-inch screen size could be 6.0 and things could be simpler.

    Processor and Performance :

    The Realme 6 is powered by the MediaTek Helio G90T processor, it’s an equivalent chipset which powers Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 8 Pro smartphone.

    This chipset is equally as good and definitely better than the Snapdragon 712 and even Snapdragon 720G.

    With the 4GB RAM model of the Realme 6 and it could handle day-to-day tasks like using social media, taking note of music, and watching videos quite easily.

    Even with my extensive usage, the phone didn’t stutter a touch while switching between apps, editing photos, opening sites in multiple Chrome tabs, and more. The usage experience always stayed smooth.

    Since MediaTek G90T may be a gaming processor, it shines within the gaming department also.

    To all or any PUBG fans out there, you’ll now play PUBG Mobile at HDR graphics with Ultra frame rates during a phone priced at Rs 12,999. the sport doesn’t lag, doesn’t stutter, and frame drops are so minimal that you simply won’t even notice it’s there.

    The temperature of the phone does rise a touch after 20 minutes of gameplay, but it stays at an equivalent level even after an hour.

    Software and UI :

    Realme has improved its UI tons since last year. The phone runs Android 10 with a customized Realme heal Color OS 7. I hated the form and size of the icon the foremost on Color OS but this time around, you’ll actually change icon size and elegance.

    There’s a choice to change the font of the interface and therefore the new somatosensory features like “auto ear pickup calls” and “auto-switch to ear receiver” are quite handy.

    It’s good to ascertain App Lock, Kids Mode, and personal Safe on the phone. The UI is a smaller amount cluttered now.

    One negative aspect of the UI is that the majority of the wallpapers, icon packs, fonts, and themes are paid.

    Also, there’s a replacement thing to hate on the OS  there are ads and you see one whenever you put in a replacement app. In 2019, during the launch of Realme 3, Realme CEO Madhav Sheth said, “We sell phones, not ads.” it had been meant as a jibe at Xiaomi for showing ads in their phones, but both are now on equal grounds.

    Camera performance :

    Realme 6 features a quad-rear camera setup carrying a primary 64MP camera sensor clubbed with an 8MP ultrawide-angle lens with a 119-degree field of view, a 2MP B&W camera lens, and a 2MP macro lens with 4cm focus. This phone features a 16MP selfie camera.

    In daylight, Realme 6 captures beautiful pictures that are vibrant yet color accurate. The pictures carry an honest amount of details, the exposures are nice, and I loved the dynamic range.

    The blue within the landscape shots looks too good and even when the topic is on the brink of the camera, the background doesn’t get washed out. 

    64MP sensor clicks 16MP shots by default and while there’s an easy-access option for 64MP, I’ll recommend using the default mode only because the photographs end up a touch shaky otherwise.

    With all of its positives, the Realme 6 struggles to specialize in a topic when it’s too on the brink of the camera.

    Albeit you are trying to focus by tapping on the screen, it struggles which has led to some problems with portrait shots and completely ruining the macro mode.

    Since there’s no manual mode to modify to macro mode, the camera automatically switches to ‘macro’ once you are too on the brink of a subject, and there lies the matter.

    It’s already hard to point specialize in a topic on the brink of the camera and once you go too on the brink of the topic for that macro shot, the camera refuses to focus altogether. It starts to desire there’s no macro mode.

    The ultra-wide-angle shots taken by the Realme 6 aren’t nearly as good as shots taken by the first camera sensor, but it doesn’t suggest it’s bad.

    While the ultra-wide-angle images don’t carry the maximum amount of detail, these pictures are rich in color and have an equally nice dynamic range.

    Front Camera :

    The selfie camera on the Realme 6 doesn’t impress. When the lighting is ample, it takes good pictures but starts to struggle in low light.

    One thing I noticed especially with the selfie camera is that it retains the small print on hair and facial hair but smudges the skin at the slightest decrease in lighting.

    The low light performance of the rear-camera setup of Realme 6 isn’t good. The photographs lack details because the software tries to decrease the noise.

    Colors look artificial albeit you’re taking the image under artificial lighting. Good thing is, there’s an evening mode, which works better than Realme’s Nightscape mode, which wants to oversaturate the photographs.

    Battery and Fast charging :

    The battery backup of the Realme 6 is impressive. With heavy usage involving an hour of gaming, four hours of video playing, three hours of combined internet browsing and social media, I used to be left with 30-35 percent battery.

    On moderate usage, the 4,300mAh battery easily lasts a-day-and-half. The charging is even more impressive.

    The 30W fast charger comes within the box, and it charges the phone from 10 percent to 100 percent in around an hour.

    Within half an hour, the phone gets 60 percent charged from zero.

    Finally moving to the reasons to buy the Realme 6 mobile are given below

    Realme 6 Pros:

    1. Display with a 90 HZ refresh rate.

    2. G90T Processor and gaming performance

    3. 64MP main Camera

    4. 4300mAh battery with 30W fast charging

    5. Price ( best value for money mobile )

    Realme 6 Con’s :

    1. Some heating issues while playing heavy games

    2. Some problems regarding camera department


    When people asked me whether or not they should or shouldn’t buy Realme 6, I didn’t have anything negative especially to inform them.

    The phone offers good performance, nice display, long battery life, a spectacular design, and a camera that takes good daylight pictures.

    Realme 6 may be a value for money devices and that I believe it can give tough competition to its closest competitor the Redmi Note 9 Pro.

    Hey if you want to give any suggestions to the Tech Geek, then comment down below

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