RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G Review: Lots of Flows

Written by Rahul Makwana


RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G price in India, – 6GB Ram + 128GB Storage: 24,999 – 8GB Ram + 128GB Storage: 25,999 – 8GB Ram + 256B Storage: 27,999

It comes with 108MP primary, 8MP Ultra-Wide, 2MP Macro while there is a 16MP selfie shooter on the front

fun fact,


RealMe 9 Pro Plus 5G had the OIS while RealMe removed the OIS from RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G.

So if you want to buy RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G, just because of the cameras then don’t because it has pathetic cameras compared to the last generation.

The Videos,


Lack of OIS does hurt when you shoot videos while walking, the videos are not stabilized at all even after using the EIS. The colors are over-saturated as well, in short, it doesn’t provide the natural colors.

Now, RealMe added the whopping 108MP sensor but that doesn’t mean, it will shoot better videos, it’s added for marketing and that’s it.

The Photography,


Now, when you take images under good lights then the 108MP does provide good images but that too with oversaturation. Also, when taking images of the human subject, the images will have a white tint.

So yes, the images are nowhere near to actual human skin.

So yes, the images are nowhere near to actual human skin.

The Ultra-Wide Lens,


Now, the quality of the ultra-wide lens is not good at all, you will be disappointed with how it captures the images under low lights and even under good lighting.

It adds too much noise under the low lights and softens the images, in a short, ultra-wide lens is not usable under low lights.

The front camera,


Ohh, I ignored the 2MP macro sensor, so should you…

The 16MP front camera is the same as ultra-wide lens, it’s useable under good lights but when it comes to night or low lights, you will hate yourself for buying this smartphone as hoping that the camera won’t be bad.

Now, it’s not like, RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G has garbage cameras, it’s just that, it doesn’t suit the Rs 24999 price tag.

The phone comes with a 6.70-inches 120Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 x 2412 and 800 nits brightness.

On the back, it has plastic, the frame is made from metal while there is no mention of what kind of display protection has been used on the front.

The Curved Display,


Yes, it does look good but you also have to be careful with it because the curved display will get stretched very easily, and if you drop the phone then there is a chance of breaking the display.

The display also has a pick brightness of 800 nits which is not the best, the 1000 nits would have been better as this is of the standard at the 25k price range.

RealMe has also added HDR10+ support but as of now, it doesn’t support on Netflix, Prime Video, or even on Display+Hotstar. The good news is, HDR is supported on YouTube.

Overall, the display is the selling point of RealMe 10 Pro Plus but still, this is not the best display when we compared it with Motorola Edge 30 5G.

The RealMe 9 Pro Plus 5G had the MediaTek Dimensity 920 while the newly launched RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G has the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC.

The device comes with 9 5G Bands, so yes, you will able to take advantage of the 5G network whenever it launches in your city.

You heard it right, the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 is not a gaming processor, so don’t buy this or any other smartphone that has Dimensity 1080 for gaming.

In short, don’t buy RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G for gaming, the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 is a decent processor and it can handle day-to-day tasks but don’t expect much. The UI is refreshed but comes with ads and Bloatware.

The device runs on RealMe UI 4.0 based on Android 13 while Realme has promised 2 years of OS and 3 years of a security update.

The stereo speakers are solid, so yes, you won’t be disappointed at all. The only missing thing is a 3.5mm audio jack other than that, there is nothing to complain about.

RealMe has added hall lot of pre-installed apps in the RealMe 10 Pro Plus along with the app, the phone also has ads in the UI from stock apps to the system search.

Now, you can disable the ads (not 100%) but the ads will show up by default to everyone. The problem is, every user won’t know how to disable ads, so they will use it like that.

The MediaTek Dimensity 1080 is battery efficient processor, so there is nothing to worry about it.

The 5,000mAH battery will easily last for a day for bit heavy users but if you’re a normal user then it can also last for two days.

On top of that, the 67W charging does help, it will only take 17 minutes to charge from 0% to 50%.

Concluding everything from price to features, RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G is a well-made smartphone but it’s a bit pricey other than that the cameras are not great, missing OIS, and plastic build and even the processor is not a very powerful for the price it comes.


Still, confused, do read my in-depth review of RealMe 10 Pro Plus 5G by tapping down below.