Now that the Realme 10 Pro series has been announced for the global market, we have the Realme 10 Pro to review. Before we get into the in-depth breakdown, let’s see how the phone feels out of the box and what accessories come bundled.
Our review unit is the Nebula Blue model, which has some neat color-changing characteristics. The retail box comes with a clear case, a USB-C cable, and a 33W charger to power the 5000mAh battery.
The Realme 10 Pro features a clean design with flat sides and two round cutouts for the cameras. The 6.72-inch FHD+ resolution LCD has a 120Hz refresh rate and 680 nits of peak brightness and is flat, unlike its Pro+ sibling. The stereo speakers setup is another neat addition and you still get a headphone jack.
The main focus on the Realme 10 Pro is its 108MP main camera that uses a Samsung ISOCELL HM6 sensor with a nine-to-one pixel array. The Snapdragon 695 5G chipset coupled with the high refresh rate screen should provide smooth performance for everyday tasks. The only other module on the back is a 2MP depth assist.
Elsewhere, the Realme 10 Pro boots the new Realme UI 4.0 based on Android 13 which brings card-based design and proprietary secure data encryption among other things. We’ll be sure to give you a more detailed tour of the new interface in our full review.