Realme is a new player on the European telecommunications market, which can pose a real threat to Xiaomi and other brands, which compete for hearts and wallets of more economical citizens. Our office received one of the middle-shelf models of this Chinese manufacturer – what does it offer and is it worth buying?
Chinese manufacturers grow bolder on the European market, offering interesting models in prices, in which top producers would not dare to sell them. Xiaomi is so popular thanks to this aggressive price policy and its Redmi series (though after recent launches it might not be so well). Huawei created the Honor brand for younger and less wealthy clients. BBK Electronics took the same road with the Realme brand (as well as with Oppo, Vivo and OnePlus), which is now the one that can take over some clients from Xiaomi.
One of the proposition from Realme, introduced to European markets, is Realme 6. We can have this smartphone with a big display, a Mediatek Helio G90T CPU, 8GB of RAM, 64 Mpx camera, 4300 mAh battery and a quick charging for less than 300 euro. So let us check whether it is worth it.
- Packaging and accessories. Housing and display
- System and applications
- Sound. Photos and video
- Communication. Voice calls. Efficiency. (benchmarks)
- Battery. Summary. Advantages and disadvantages