Realme X7 5G Review


Whether you are looking for an affordable mid-range smartphone or want to upgrade from your current one, the Realme X7 5g is a great option. Designed with a 6.4-inch super AMOLED display, this phone features a triple camera setup, a dual-VOLTeLTE system, and a MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset.

6.4-inch super AMOLED display

Among the latest additions to the Realme X series, Realme X7 5G is a powerful smartphone. Its 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display delivers rich colors and deep blacks. It also has a wide and bright screen with a 20:9 aspect ratio. It comes in Space Silver and Nebula color options. It is a mid-range device and will cost Rs 19,999 for the base model. It will be available in 6GB and 8GB variants.

The Realme X7 runs Android 10 with Realme UI on top. The device is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 800U SoC with Octa-core processors and supports dual 5G SIM cards. The device also features an in-display fingerprint scanner.

The phone comes with a 16MP front camera. The rear camera has a 64MP primary sensor. In addition, the camera app has a plethora of shooting modes.

MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset

Despite many chipsets in the mid-range segment, MediaTek recently unveiled the Density 800U. It is an octa-core processor that can run a 120Hz FHD+ display.

The MediaTek Dimensity 800U has been built using the advanced 7nm process technology. The CPU is designed to provide robust performance while balancing power efficiency and battery life. The chip also includes a neural engine, which can accelerate voice recognition and video analysis.

The CPU is paired with an integrated 5G modem and a Mali-G57 MC3 graphics processor. The Mali-G57 MC3 provides a powerful performance that lets you play games without experiencing screen tearing or lag. Moreover, the chip also includes HDR optimization for different types of videos.

The chip is clocked at 2.4 GHz. It also includes two high-performance Cortex-A76 cores. Moreover, the dual-SIM chip has carrier aggregation, which allows the user to enjoy a better average 5G speed and more comprehensive coverage. The chip also supports up to twelve gigabytes of RAM.

Dual VoLTE

Powered by an MT6873Vocta-core chipset, the Realme X7 is a good contender in the 5G segment. It has an IPS LCD screen with a 401 PPI display density and a 20:1.9 aspect ratio.

It’s a 5-inch screen phone in Milky Way and Mercury Silver colors. It’s a dual-SIM phone with a 64MP primary sensor and a 16MP front camera. It also has an in-display fingerprint scanner.

The Realme X7 features an eye-catching design and is an excellent addition to the 5G segment. It also offers reliable processing power. It can charge up to 50W with a Super Dart fast charger. It’s also got an 8MP wide-angle sensor and a 2MP macro camera.

It’s not the most exciting phone on the market, but it’s a solid performer. It’s got a solid set of features and comes at a competitive price.

Triple camera setup

X7 is a good camera phone with a triple camera setup. It also comes with an 8-megapixel ultrawide lens and a 2-megapixel macro lens. Its front has a 16-megapixel camera. It is powered by a Mediatek Dimensity 800U processor and has a 6.4-inch display.

The camera app is packed with features. First, there is the Portrait Mode, which uses computational algorithms to detect your subject and add a background blur. You can also use the Night Mode. The Night Mode is excellent for nighttime photos and videos. It uses computational algorithms to detect your subject, adds blur, and brightens the image.

The camera app has several options to switch between the primary camera and the ultrawide lens. You can also use the app to change the camera’s resolution.


Having seen the Realme X7 and its sister model, the Realme X7 Pro, I can say that Realme has a firm foothold in the budget segment. With a fabulous AMOLED display, fast charging, and a solid camera, the X7 is one of the better options for under Rs 20,000.

However, some flaws in the device’s software can slow the phone down. One of these is the bloatware. These OEMs tend to skin Android software differently, which can result in the installation of unnecessary programs. These programs may not be necessary, but they can often make the phone run slower. In some cases, they can even cause crashes.

The most important thing to remember is that bloatware isn’t the only thing that can slow down your phone. It’s also essential to ensure you have enough space on your device. This is especially important if you’re planning on installing any Android apps.