When it comes to midrange phones, consumers have a lot of options to choose from. However, I feel like there’s very few options in the budget segment, which is the sub hundred dollar market.
Those smaller numbers. This market is totally dominated by the likes of real me and read me smart phones.
Today I have with me the all new real me three, which goes head to head against last year. Read me eight. There you see three here has been gathering a lot of hype because of its new Heela 70 chipset, which claims to be the best budget gaming chipset.
And before I forget, there are actually two variants of the phone depending upon the region you live, Indian and global.
The global variant comes with a fingerprint sensor and an additional macro lens at the back. I have both a variance with me and I have been using it alongside the red meat it for like a week now.
So let’s get started with the review. Starting with the design, the phone is made of plastic.
As you’d expect, but to be honest, the plastic bag and frames feel quite good on the hands. The back is kind of interesting as well with its radiant finished.
That reflects different here, depending on how you look at it and the textures for a better grip. It also does not suffer from smudges, so I hardly had to clean it up as a result. Real Me hasn’t intuited a clear case in the box.
It’s got a decent bit of weight and has no creeks either, and thus doesn’t feel like a cheap phone.
All in all, I’m really digging the design of the real Missy tree and I’ve got to say that it’s plastic bag is as good as it can get. Moving to the display. It’s a big one. You get a six point five inches IPA panel with an 80 plus resolution, which comes with a twenty or twenty ista nine aspect ratio.
All this makes for a big fun and I had a hard time navigating through the real mystery.
Given how tall it is talking about the display quality, although the brightness levels and the color reproduction are no problem.
I notice an uncanny level of sharpness in the article, I’m certain. One can not tell it right away yet it becomes vividly apparent after a while. Additionally, it also lacks the wide, wide L1 certification.
So despite having good enough specs on paper, the display of the real missing few was kind of disappointing and therefore may not totally please the multimedia fanatics.
On the contrary, the Samsung Galaxy HD, which has a similar six point five inches HD plus IP s display, is of much better quality. So all this makes one thing clear.
You should not judge a phone just by looking at the specs of it. Real life usage is very it’s. Now, that star camera is the vertical camera arrangement on the back, as you can see, has quite the bump. So you would definitely want to use a good case with it.
And like I said earlier, there are two versions of the real see three.
The Indian variant has a dual camera setup with a twelve megapixel main sensor and a two megapixel depth sensor. The global variant has an additional two megapixel macro lens, making it a triple camera phone.
But it does not rule out the fact that the camera’s on. The real MVC three is just Southpark.
I let the images speak for themselves. The first thing that you’ll notice in the images from the primary lens is the fact that they’re lacking in detail even when taking pictures from the regular one setting.
The images turn out as if you had been zooming it for using two times or three times lens.
Apart from being void in detail, the colors aren’t any great either, as they look very washed out. When comparing it against the red meat, it’s evident that though there you only see three wins in terms of dynamic range.
It utterly disappoints when it comes to details.
Baud rates, on the other hand, are no different. The book effect is almost entirely wasteful and the red meat simply has a better baudry shooting ability.
Now let’s talk about the extra macro lens on the global variance. It’s just okay, I guess. And Charlie, isn’t anything spectacular coming to the surface?
Once again, the five megapixel front facing camera just can’t seem to lock in any sort of detail. And the selfies are greedy as well.
Turning to the nighttime images, the results are greedy and lag videos. Yet again, surprisingly, it does a better job in low light photography compared to the red meat. But that’s a short lived victory right there, both for you and me.
And read me. Fawn’s don’t have a dedicated night, Lord, and have it reserved for their mid-range and premium phones only. All in all, it’s clear that Vme really needs to be greater attention to detail in their cameras. Nevertheless, what can be labeled good is the performance powered by the new helium G7 chip.
I was eager to test out how it fared against real life usage and in most cases it has impressed me, the G7, to try to revolutionize what we have come to expect from a cheap budget vote.
It has an Arctic or C.P.U, with two powerful critics, a seventy five course and six cortex, a fifty five course.
Handling the graphics is the mileages. Fifty two, which is decent too. Having said that though, the performance is not bad at all. It is also not as good as what the benchmark scores may have led you to believe that maybe because of the new unpolished and heavy Rehame UI or also I think there is an excessive level of battery saving going on in the background.
And that’s mostly reflected on real Mesi TV’s multitasking ability and the measly BGB.
A friend variant I have isn’t do we really see to be any good? Even right after a fresh restart with very few and I mean really few apps installed two point six chibi off the available two point nine chibi memory is already occupied. How is that acceptable?
Rehame issued immediately look into this matter as it absolutely kra most of smartphone experience. The real me UI isn’t. As complete as I’d expect, and the phone also comes with a bunch of bloatware.
I think the company struck a deal to earn some money with this. And I won’t complain.
As you can, uninstalled all of this, then moving to gaming, the Helio G7 did give quite impressive results. Call of Duty ran well in low graphics and medium film rates.
And there was no starter or frame drop throughout the gameplay. More importantly, the phone did not heat up even after a prolonged gaming session. Similar leap up. She was feeble on HD graphics with the high refresh rate during on with no frame drops.
However, I did notice some starters here and there. Also, it did get mildly hot, but not in a way that affects the gaming experience.
Other relatively light games like Clash Royale, Injustice two and Gongfu Revan fine without any problem talking about security.
You also get a fingerprint sensor on the global variant. The placements.
No problem. But with the rich, the back and lack of proper edges, my finger would often fail to recognize where the scanner actually is. When it did, the sensor works fine. Though it’s definitely not the fastest I’ve used.
Also, sweat and humidity easily stick onto it and I would often have to clean up the fingerprint scanner to work again.
Also, there’s space on lock which works just fine, like with every reel before talking about the battery. The 5000 MSL on the real DC three is amazing.
It is easily a two day battery phone, which is aided by a ton of power saving features, even with heavy usage. I got about a day and a half of battery use. The only disappointing thing is the micro USB charging port and the 10 watt charging.
On the contrary, the red me eat and eat it not only go with a faster eating while charging, they also have newer USP types he put.
To sum it all up, there are a lot of things to like about the real obesity and a couple of things to complain about, too. It’s got solid design and the performance will not disappoint.
But the cameras and display certainly need some reworking. That brings me to the burning question. Should you get the OBC three? Well, if you’re on a tight budget, I don’t see where you can go wrong with it.
But if you are planning to use this phone for a long time, I strongly feel that you should spend some more money and get yourself a decent mid-range year like the Red Minuit it or the real MI6.
With just a little more investment, you’ll be getting a whole lot of benefits. So that was all for our review after your tweet to let us know what you think about this device in the comments below.