Design Brings This Phone To Your Attention
Last Updated: January 02, 2023, 12:15 ISTRealme 10 Pro Plus gets a curved designRealme's new mid-range 5G phone has gone for a premium design touch, while mixing-and-matching other
features around it. But does that make it a quality buy?Realme ended the year with its new mid-range lineup that was first announced in China. Realme 10 Pro series is a sign that
smartphones are evolving, mostly because their prices are going up, and brands have to somehow justify the hike. Usually we don't associate quality design as a mark of a mid-range
phone but with the price factor now hard to avoid, we are seeing some intriguing changes in the segment. Take for instance the new Realme 10 Pro+ which brings a curved display,
completely unheard of for the sub Rs 30,000 segment but not the case anymore. With the advent of 5G devices, brands have to be smart with their approach towards features and in
many ways Realme tries to balance that with its unique design over here. But is the Realme 10 Pro+ all looks and no brains? We used the device for a few weeks and here's our
review. Realme 10 Pro+ Review: What's Cool?Design, this is where you have to start the review for this device. Realme has heavily marketed its curved design during the launch
teasers and even while talking to us in person. People talk about the fragility of a curved display but it is impressive that Realme has managed to pack the feature in this range.
The in-hand feel of the phone is also another big plus about this device, and you could easily mistake it for a Rs 40,000 device. Add to that, you have an AMOLED 120Hz refresh rate
display that is bright, produces colors in high contrast and watching content on the screen is a delight. It doesn't offer HDR but having Widevine L1 certification means Netflix
content is available in higher resolution. The new phone uses a new MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chipset, which is supposedly an upgrade on MediaTek Dimensity 920 that we got on the
Realme 9 Pro+ earlier in 2022. In addition to giving you 5G support (for both telcos), this chipset is a capable Performer in daily conditions and handles gaming quite efficiently.
It also manages to keep the battery from draining out thanks to its better power management setup.The primary remains the same as the 9 Pro+ but the results were decent, both in
day time and low light conditions. We managed to capture images with good amount of details and the images clicked in low light was satisfactory, with very little noise. We talked
about the phone's battery management earlier and its 5,000mAh unit certainly gets to see its benefits. The phone doesn't heat up beyond a level, even while charging, which gets