Realme has officially lifted the veil on its new entry-level smartphone Realme 7i. Equipped with a gargantuan battery of 6000 mAh, suggesting an autonomy of several days, the device is positioned as a direct competitor of the Xiaomi Poco M3.
The war for cheap smartphones equipped with a huge 6000 mAh battery is on between Realme and Poco (the sub-brand of Xiaomi). The Poco M3 has indeed come to inaugurate this type of product, now followed by the Realme 7i just formalized in France by the Chinese manufacturer.
Some information was already known about it: the press release sent to the editorial staff completes the technical sheet.
Triple rear photo sensor
The Realme 7i benefits from a 6.5-inch LCD panel that occupies 88.7% of the phone’s surface, all in a 20: 9 ratio. We find under its hood a MediaTek Helio G85 processor (with a Mali-G52 graphics chip) supported by 4 GB of memory and 64 GB of internal storage. It’s not huge, but a MicroSD card can be added to expand your storage. Always practical.
The battery is obviously the element most highlighted by the brand: with a capacity of 6000 mAh, therefore, it should offer an overflowing autonomy to the mobile device. Response very soon in a test published before the end of 2020. Alongside it, an 18 W charger is provided in the box.
Realme 7i: price and availability
On the camera side, a triple sensor is invited on the back cover, combined with a single front camera:
- 48 megapixel main sensor (f / 1.8);
- 8 Megapixel Ultra Wide Angle, 119 ° FOV (f / 2.25);
- Macro lens;
- 8 megapixel front camera.
The Realme 7i has been available since December 15, 2020 in stores and on the sites of Electro Dépôt and Realme, at the recommended price of 169 euros. Amazon will in turn put it on sale on December 17.