It has been two years since Realme was introduced as an Oppo subsidiary. The brand gave birth to competitive smartphones with low prices and decent specifications. Now, Realme is a separate brand that only shares some resources with Oppo. The company has developed into various product lines that offer smart TVs, mobile devices, TWS devices and more. However, smartphones are still the main products of the company. Earlier this month, Realme introduced the long-awaited Realme 7 series in the form of Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro. The devices were introduced in India, while a variant of Realme 7i appeared in Indonesia. The Realme number range brings a range of affordable smartphones with fixed specifications, for example, the Realme 7 Pro is one of the few smartphones in this price range that offers 65W fast charge.
From their introduction, we knew that a European launch would be a matter of time. Now, the trusted leakster @ Sudhanshu1414 has revealed that the Realme 7 and 7 Pro are coming to Europe soon. He also revealed the possible prices of these devices. Last but not least, the universal variants will be accompanied by NFC support that will allow cashless payment support.
According to the leakster, the Realme 7 is available in 6 GB / 64 GB and 8 GB / 128 GB. The first will cost between 200 and 230 euros, while the second will cost from 240 to 270 euros. As for the 7 Pro, we have a unique variant with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage with a price of 290 € – 320 euros. It is worth noting that the vanilla smartphone will come in Mist Blue and Mist White colors. The 7 Pro will arrive in Europe with the color Mirror Blue and Mirror Silver.
Key features of Realme 7 and 7 Pro
Both smartphones have perforated screens, however, the 7 has an LCD while the Pro has an AMOLED panel. Surprisingly, due to the use of a cheaper LCD panel, the company can increase the refresh rate of Realme 7 to 90Hz. Unfortunately, the 7 Pro is limited to 60Hz refresh rate. Maybe using a higher screen would make this device very expensive. Under the hood, the standard version brings the Helio G95 SoC gaming chipset, while the 7 Pro has a Snapdragon 720G chipset. Both headphones carry 64MP and 16MP main selfie cameras.
Vanilla brings a huge 5000mAh battery with fast 30W charging. The 7 Pro has a smaller battery with a capacity of 4,500mAh. However, it increases fast charging support at a whopping 65W. The Indian versions do not have NFC support, but the European versions will have this feature.
While Realme has not yet revealed its plans for the 7 Series in Europe, we can see that they are coming in October.