The Realme X review I did look at how the Realme X5 Plus provided an improved version of its predecessors. The name suggests that it will be able to perform better than the originals but the truth is that the comparisons were rather unfair. The Realme X5 Plus is a lot smaller in comparison with the originals and this makes things a bit difficult to utilize. The Plus variant comes with a much larger internal memory. Other than that, performance is great and the phone runs smoothly, without many heating problems.
We got a chance to check out Realme X5 Plus before it hit the shelves so we thought we could put together a Realme X review based upon our experience using the device. The Plus variant comes with a dual-core 1.3GHz processor from Samsung and a powerful Adreno chip. There’s 2.5D curved screen on the front, which really helped us get used to using it. It’s also worth pointing out that the phone is quite slim and even matches up with the iPhone and HTC Desire.
After unboxing the Realme X5 Plus, we were presented with a plastic-clad build that feels substantial. One of the best things about this device is the fact that it’s almost identical to the iPhone, in terms of looks. It comes with a notification LED which we found easy to turn on and off. The camera buttons are well placed and easy to use. This is definitely one of the best phones to pick if you’re looking for a phone with everything you’d expect from an iPhone.
After running a Realme X review on the iPhone, we decided to find out how the Realme X5 performed. The phone seemed to function just as well as an iPhone, in terms of performance. For anyone who’s used an iPhone before this, the difference might not be so apparent but for those who’ve never used one before, you’ll find that the phones perform almost identically to each other. So it’s obvious that after testing Realme X5 Plus against the iPhone, it was more than likely a breeze to tell the difference.
However, if you’re planning on purchasing the Realme X5 Plus, then we do have some advice for you. Although this phone is a mid-budget phone, it’s packed full of features that can really help you boost your phone using. Some of these features include: voice recognition so you can dial numbers just by speaking to the phone, wifi access, text messaging, instant messaging, internet browsing and a Windows mobile 7 interface. You don’t have to use all these features though. You can always download additional apps from Samsung’s website.
The Realme X review concludes with a positive note, saying that if you’re looking to buy a phone for a small amount, you might want to consider the Realme X. You get everything you expect from an excellent phone, minus the bells and whistles that come with higher-priced phones. And that’s why we like it. It’s a simple, straightforward, affordable phone. That’s why we like it.