RealMe 11 Pro Review  - Camera Issue

RealMe 11 Pro  5G Prices:

8GB Ram + 128GB Storage: Rs 23,999 8GB Ram + 256GB Storage: Rs 24,999 12GB Ram + 256GB Storage: Rs 27,999


1. 120Hz Curved AMOLED Panel 2. Decent Camera 3. Attractive Design 4. 67W Wired Charging Support 5. 9 5G Band


1. No Ultra-Wide Len 2. OIS is Not Working Well 3. The HDR Videos are not Producing good color 4. Not the Best Option for Gamer 5. Plastic Frame

6. Filled with Bloatware 7. Ads Everywhere 8. Missing NFC

Camera Quality

Okay, so the RealMe 11 Pro 5G is priced at Rs 23,999 and it has a 100MP primary sensor and 2MP macro sensor on the rear

The rear camera can shoot videos at 1080p@30/60fps and 4k@30fps while the front can shoot at 1080p@30fps.

The quality of the video is not that great, the phone does take good videos but it adds a bit of extra colors and softens the human subject all the time

As a result, it doesn't provide natural videos.

The front has the same issue but here, it makes more of whiter videos and has some issues with dynamic range.

On the rear, we have only two sensors from 2MP macro is for showcase while the 100MP sensor looks more like added for marketing.

I’m saying this because it takes boosted along with soft images. I like natural color but if you’re that person who loves saturated and whiter images then this is the perfect phone for you.

The images are a bit better compared to RealMe 10 Pro but it's not a huge change from last gen.

Talking about the 16MP selfie shooter, this is nothing new. It is the same as any other budget phone.

The selfie comes out whiter and saturated. So the good news is, you won't have to apply any filters when you post your photos on social media.

Yes, the Realme 11 Pro 5G doesn’t have the best cameras under Rs 25,000 but it's not the worst either.

The lack of ultra-wide does make a huge difference but still, if you’re okay with decent cameras, you can consider buying this phone.

Display Quality

There is no difference between RealMe 11 Pro Plus and RealMe 11 Pro’s display,

they both have the same 6.70-inch curved AMOLED panel with 950 peak brightness. No changes at all. 

The HDR issue is still present on this device too.

For example, if you’re watching HDR video vertically and if you tilt horizontally then the color itself changes.

Now, this is a big problem because this shouldn’t have happened in the first place.

You can also watch FHD+ videos as the phone has widevine L1 support.

Overall, for the price of Rs 23999, RealMe has done a fabulous job and you fall in love with the display. Now the problem is the build quality, so let’s talk about it.


Mediatek Dimensity 7050 (6 nm) is a re-branded version of Mediatek Dimensity 1080 (6 nm) which wasn’t known for gaming at all.

The phone runs on RealMe UI 4.0 which has lots of ads. Now, the thing is, you can disable ads but not 100%, you will see a few ads here and there.

So make sure you disable things like Hot Games, Hot App, and even Security apps by Realme.

One more thing, RealMe has promised 2 years of OS updates and 3 years of security updates.

The moral of the story is, don’t buy RealMe 11 Pro 5G for gaming and you won’t get the best experience in the software department as well.


The RealMe 11 Pro comes with stereo speakers but it doesn’t have the 3.5mm audio jack which is not a big deal because we’re living in 2023.

The dual speaker is good, about 35% volume comes from the top speaker, and the remaining comes from the bottom speaker.

Battery Life

The 5,000mAh battery will last for a day but if you’re a heavy user then you will have to charge the RealMe 11 Pro 5G twice a day.

But for the majority of the users, the battery won’t be a problem.

At the same time, RealMe has added a 67W charger in the box, so you won't have to worry about battery or charging speed.


RealMe 11 Pro 5G is not a bad smartphone, the biggest problem is not adding an ultra-wide lens

We’re living in days where people are using their phones to capture everything, so it makes sense to provide ultra-wide. The end story is, don’t buy this phone for gaming or cameras.