First Impressions of the Realme X7 Max: Keeping Up With the Joneses 2021

The new Realme X7 Max smartphone will compete with models from OnePlus, Xiaomi, and Vivo, among others, that were just released or will be released very soon. Now this latest model, launched less than six months after the Realme X7 and X7 Pro, increases the bar in terms of processing power and features in order to stay relevant in the competitive sub-Rs. Segment number 30,000. Despite having a higher-end chipset, the Realme X7 Max phone starts at Rs. 26,999, which is much less than the Rs. 29,999 that the Realme X7 Pro smartphone started for.

 

First Impressions of the Realme X7 Max: Keeping Up With the Joneses 2021

The new Realme X7 Max will compete with models from OnePlus, Xiaomi and Vivo phone, among others, that were just released or will be released very soon. This latest model, launched less than six months after the Realme X7 smartphone and X7 Pro, increases the bar in terms of processing power and more features to stay relevant in the competitive sub-Rs. only 30,000 sector. Despite having a higher-end chipset, the Realme X7 Max phone starts at Rs. 26,999, which is much less than the Rs only. 29,999 that the Realme X7 Pro phone started for.

The MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC, which is touted to be not only more powerful but also more power efficient than the Dimensity 1000+ that drives the Realme X7 Pro smartphone, is the most significant upgrade phone (Review). This phone CPU has eight cores and a Mali-G77 graphics engine built in. To guarantee long-term and better performance, a stainless steel and copper vapour cooling system is used.

Realme phone also touts the SoC's extensive 5G functionality, which includes various bands, this is dual standby and standalone mode on both SIMs, as well as 5G carrier aggregation. Although 5G is still a long way off in India and Bangladesh, we'll be putting this SoC's processing capabilities to the test in our comprehensive smartphone review.

The Realme X7 Max phone's design has also changed significantly. The large "Dare to Leap" motto across the back is no longer there, as it was on the more colorful Realme X7 smartphone (Review) and X7 Pro versions, and was inescapable on the Realme 8 series. Instead, we have a scaled-down version in a box with the Realme phone brand. It's still noticeable and catches the light at certain angles, but it's not as noticeable as previously.

The phone back panel is primarily matte textured plastic, but there's a broad, glossy stripe that runs through the back camera module and has the new logo arrangement. While the stripe on the rear is easily to used fingerprinted, the rest of the back isn't. It also feels shockingly like a Realme smartphone C-series cheap phone rather than a luxury one. When you press down on the back panel with your finger, it flexes somewhat this is very easily solved.

With a weight of 179g and a thickness of only on 8.4mm, it's pretty comfortable in the hand, however one-handed use may need some stretching. Realme phone has chosen Asahi Dragontrail glass on the front, which is rated IPX4 for splash protection. Asteroid Black, Mercury Silver, and a Milky Way finish, which even the manufacturer admits is some difficult to define but looks to be an iridescent light purple color, are the three color possibilities.

Gamers will love the 6.43-inch full-HD+ Super Amoled screen with a 120Hz maximum refresh rate this is very good point and up to 360Hz touch sampling rate. The smartphone's specs don't include HDR, but the maximum brightness is 1000nits, and it claims to cover the whole DCI-P3 color gamut. In the upper left corner, there's an in-display fingerprint sensor and a tiny hole for the good front camera. We'll see for ourselves in the complete realme phone review, but dual speakers and Dolby Atmos compatibility should provide for fantastic overall entertainment.

Surprisingly, the bottom of the phone has a 3.5mm realme headphone connection, which the Realme X7 and X7 Pro lacked. The business once again cites customer input as the basis for the move in this realme smartphne.

Realme this phone has two models are available: one with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of space storage for Rs. only 26,999, and another with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of space storage for Rs. only 29,999. It's worth mentioning that the Realme X7 Pro smartphone came with only 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage when it was released, but it cost Rs. 29,999. The business has utilized UFS 3.1 phone storage, which would speed up app loading this is very good side, but there is no micro SD slot for extra storage on this phone. For this class, the 4500mAh long life battery capacity is about average. The X7 Max phone charges at up to 50W and comes with a 65W charger, much as its brothers.

The three back cameras are flush against the elevated rear module on realme x7 max. A 64-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera are all included. Realme phone claims that the Dimensity 1200's capabilities, as well as Realme UI 2.0, have allowed a few new functions. The most intriguing of them is a new Nightscape mode that takes and analyzes camara full-resolution 64-megapixel photos for maximum detail. There's also an AI Passport Photo option, which should allow you to snap selfies with the backdrop completely removed on this camara.

The new Realme X7 Max phone will face up against the Xiaomi Mi 11X (Review), the OnePlus Nord (Review) and its upcoming successor, and the Samsung Galaxy A52 new phone (Review), among many others. It might compete with the forthcoming Poco F3 GT, which is built on the same Dimensity 1200 SoC, depending on this price.

If you recently purchased a Realme X7 Pro smartphone, the announcement of the X7 Max with superior specs at a cheaper price in such a short period is likely to irritate for you. However, we're still working on completing our comprehensive assessment of this new model smartphone, so we'll be able to give you a better image of how the two compare in practice. Stay on phone tuned to Gadgets 360 for more information on this.

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