After weeks of dropping teasers, Realme launched the Realme Q in China a few days ago. Despite the name suggesting a whole new series of smartphones, this is a new image of Realme 5 pro.
There is nothing new here, even if you have never seen or heard of Realme 5 Pro. Slotted screen, water drop style notch, thick chin, shiny plastic back, patterns on the back, rear mounted fingerprint sensor, module. camera aligned vertically on the left side, with the Realme logo aligned in the same way down. This is all we have seen many times since Huawei made this aesthetic design popular.
However, the number of camera sensors in the camera module is not so common. It is a fairly long stretch module, thanks to the four cameras that it packs. There is a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom with a microphone and a micro USB charging port next to a speaker grille. The power and volume buttons are on the right, the SIM card tray on the left and another microphone on the top.
The display is the best part of a smartphone, on which you will be watching most of the time. And the display on the Realme Q is pretty good for the price. You get a Full HD + display with a resolution of 1080 pixels x 2340 pixels and a size of 19.5: 9. The notch at the top may no longer be so aesthetic with devices such as Redmi K20 Pro, OnePlus 7 Pro and even Realme X. However, this allows Realme to pack a capacitive LCD IPS LCD touch screen of 6.3 inches with a pixel density of about 409 pixels per inch.
The screen is protected by a newer Gorilla glass than Gorilla Glass 3, but only to the extent that the company goes into details. To date, the best midrange processor from Qualcomm, the Qualcomm SDM712 Snapdragon 712. It is an octa-core processor built with the 10nm process and integrated into the Adreno 616 graphics processor. The devices are available in three variants with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage or 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
A non-removable Li-Po battery at 4035 mAh is included to allow you to continue as long as possible. It supports VOOC 3.0 fast charge technology, owned exclusively by Oppo. It promises a charge of 0% to 50% in 30 minutes.
The most desirable feature on the Realme Q is perhaps the four camera configuration. It contains the very popular Sony 48MP sensor that is currently found on many phones, from OnePlus 7 Pro to Redmi Note 7. It has an aperture of f / 1.8 and supports PDAF. There is also an ultra-wide sensor of 8MP, 13mm with an f / 2.2 aperture. The next two are 2MP sensors with f / 2.4 apertures dedicated to depth detection and macro shooting.
The camera configuration is capable of producing HDR and panoramic images. You can also expect it to allow you to record videos up to 2160p @ 30 frames per second, 1080p @ 30, 60 or 120 frames per second and an ultra slo-mo 720p video at 960 frames per second . There is no OIS but there is a gyro EIS that is not as good but it is something.
The camera located at the front, hidden in the slot of water drops, is a 16 MP sensor with an aperture f / 2.0 compatible HDR and panoramic. It can record 1080p video at 30 frames per second.
The Realme Q will ship with Android 9.0 Pie but with Oppo's ColorOS 6.0 skin above. Oppo is one of the only OEMs to have an appalling Android skin that has not even received a version number that matches the version of Android on which it is built.
Realme Q Stock Wallpapers
We have 9 Realme Q screensavers below with a resolution of 1080 pixels x 2340 pixels. If you remember correctly, this is the same resolution and therefore the aspect ratio as that of the display of Realme Q. We have uploaded some stock images below to present the backgrounds. screen. Keep in mind however that it is compressed JPEG files and not of the highest quality.
Download Realme Q Wallpapers
To download all Realme Q screensavers in original quality, click the download link below.
We have an extensive collection of wallpapers in stock in their original quality, offered by almost all Android builders. You should consider downloading them too.