- Ki Cost-effective Score7.5
- Kimovil reviewPros
- Display quality
- Night photos
- No FM Radio
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 0%Less than a day
- 25%One day
- 47%More than one day
- 28%Two days or more
- 13%It comes with a clean operating system
- 77%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 10%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 4%Once a year
- 60%Every six months
- 36%Every two months or less
- One of the best 5G phones under $250Pros
- Global bands
- 120Hz refresh rate display
- Cost-effective SoC
- Relatively clean OS
- Battery does not last for its capacity
- Wifi tethering is sometimes unstable
- Locked EngineerMode, relocked repeatedly
- I really love this phone and regret after buying it. Dimensity 800U definitely one of the most powerful midrange chipset right now
Realme 7 5G definitely come with tons of features and good quality specs compared to its priced for around 300USD.Pros
- Buttery smooth 120hz display
- Monster performance for midrange
- Ultra long lasting battery
- Fast Charging
- Good camera
- Has NFC with is rare for midrange
- Outstanding 5G value, performance plus...
This phone is everything Poco / Xiaomi promised and more. Replaced an X3 with this bad boy and am I ever glad I did.
Superb band coverage for true global dual sim, this is a Poco killer for every region they fall short.
UI and 120hz screen with Realme labs features help this be buttery smooth, gaming solid and little UX touches appreciated. The Mediatek 800 series processor is a lot of oomph and actually fares better than overclocked Qualcomm for a daily driver, Antutu lives up to actual usability here.
Camera and selfie and their software implemention are as good as any, panorama quite good, video above average but may need tuning.
Updates were timely and did not eat up too much of the 128G internal, my SDs all work as expected. Hope dearly this model sees Android 11 next quarter.
Battery life so far is decent, surprising with my screen settings and heavy testing - warp charge is insanely fast so OnePlus fans Will see how this can outpace older QC.
Great 5G offering Realme!Pros
- Screen 120hz
- Fast processor/price
- 5G and lots of 4G bands - truly global
- Fast charging
- Low bloat, smooth UI
- Camera good/price
- Speaker/mic only above average
- AutoMy opinion currently
Although when it came out I was excited when it would arrive and it was, a good phone to play games and take photos, listen to music and everything. Its strong point is the processor, to be honest, then its audio, screen and finally its camera, it is not bad but compared to a current cell phone and comparing its starting price to the realme, it currently gives a lot to be desired. It is not bad, he stressed, it takes good photos during the day, at night it falters but with Lightroom magic is done but if it is not its strong point, the screen for what it cost could have been minimally Amoled but even with its defects it was a good phone that I had In schoolPros
- Dolby atmos
- Refreshment rate
- Good flashlight
- Frontal camera
- wide angle camera
- Absence of 3.5mm Jack
- AutoMy humble opinion
This phone is good for what is asked of it, it is not the best on the market but for people who need it for normal use it is fine, it does not jam as often but in video games like codm you will not notice the FPS drop so often, If you are a person who needs it to get out of a bind, the truth is I don't recommend it very much, there are better options with better specifications like the Poco F5 which is around $7,000 or $8,000 Mexican, and this device is currently at $4,000 or $5,000. $, so better look for another option
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- New opinion 3 days ago
- 5.6 Design & Materials
- 6.1 Performance & Hardware
- 6.5 Camera
- 8.0 Connectivity
- 7.7 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.