The Realme 8 appears very similar to the Professional variant – it is constructed round a 6.4″ FullHD+ AMOLED display with a punch hollow within the upper-left nook for the 16MP selfie digital camera and a fingerprint reader beneath for password-less unlocking, which unusually plays higher than the 8 Professional’s.
Just like the 8 Professional, the vanilla 8’s rear panel, which is at risk of fingerprint smudges, properties a quad digital camera device within the top-left nook. Alternatively, the principle digital camera now makes use of a 64MP sensor whilst conserving the remainder of the gadgets.
There may be additionally this giant “Dare To Bounce” textual content at the again duvet, however it is now put on a vertical stripe, which just like the digital camera plate, displays rainbow colours at other angles.
Underneath the hood, the Realme 8 has a Helio G95 SoC and runs Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 out of the field. The smartphone is a gram heavier than the Professional variant however is 0.1mm thinner regardless of packing a 5000 mAh larger battery.
The graceful shape issue of the Realme 8 makes it more uncomplicated to carry, and Realme has accomplished a pleasing task preserving its profile narrow. We shouldn’t have guessed it has a 5,000 mAh battery via its slimness.
Realme 8 with Realme 8 Professional
The yellow-colored retail field of the Realme 8 comprises the standard forms, SIM card ejector software, protecting case, a USB-C cable, and a 30W adapter, which is marketed to fee the telephone from flat to 100% in 65 mins. We’re going to clearly take a look at that declare in our complete evaluation along side the remainder of the Realme 8’s options, so stick round.