Realme 6 im Test: Tolle Ausstattung, unschlagbar günstig. Florian Christof. In dieser günstigen Preisklasse findet man kein anderes Smartphone mit. Realme 6 im Test: 90 Hertz zum Schnäppchenpreis. Pro und Contra. Spitzen-Hardware für den Preis; Hz-Display; Viel Speicher. Oppo Realme 6 Pro im Test. von Andreas Seeger. Kann man ein Smartphone mit so schlechten Funkeigenschaften überhaupt empfehlen?
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You can use portrait mode for selfies, too. Those are saved in 8MP instead of 16MP but being based entirely on computational photography only turned good for very specific subjects.
Realme 6 8MP portrait selfies. The Realme 6 captures videos with its main camera and ultrawide snappers.
The main camera records video up to 4K at 30fps and there's p at both 30fps and 60fps. Just like on its previous Realme phones, the 6 is super generous with the bit rates it uses to encode videos.
The audio bitrate is kbps, and the sound is stereo. The weather was pretty bad around her, but stull the 4K videos were not as great as on previous models with just average captured detail.
Still, the colors are spot on, and the dynamic range is impressive. We excepted a lot more detail considering the high bitrate, but that is not the case.
Moving on to p videos. Both the 30fps and 60fps clips are pretty nice with good level of detail, lively colors and excellent contrast. The dynamic range is as impressive as on the 4K ones.
The Realme 6 is a typical example. Excellent as the Realme 6 is, though, it does have a couple of serious rivals in its price bracket.
In recent months, Samsung has unleashed a slew of phenomenal budget handsets, while Motorola has succeeded in making 5G more accessible than any other manufacturer, also at low prices.
Does the Realme 6 have what it takes to beat these more established brands? READ NEXT: The best budget smartphones on the market. Running Android 10, the Realme 6 has a gorgeous 6.
Besides the high-powered internals and snazzy high-refresh screen, the Realme 6 also packs in a quadruple-camera led by a 64MP primary sensor, plus a 16MP selfie snapper.
As you can see, it has an awful lot going for it. While GFXBench's battery test shows a short dip in performance, the SoC immediately recovered to its previous performance level.
The mono speaker of the Realme 6 is only slightly quieter than the one on the Redmi Note 8. Both produce fairly good sound with the mids being slightly more balanced on the Note 8.
The preinstalled sound enhancement app "Real Original Sound Technology" allows users to choose between selecting a predefined sound profile and creating an individual setup.
That being said, it is only active on headphones connected to the audio jack. Measuring the energy consumption yielded mixed results: While the Realme, Samsung and Xiaomi smartphones each draw similar amounts of power, Huawei achieves worse results when it comes to idle in particular.
An empty Realme 6 can be fully recharged in exactly 1 hour with the included watt charger. For our standard Wi-Fi test, we left the display at 60 Hz, which has the benefit of making the results more easily comparable with other smartphones.
Thanks to the good consumption values and its large battery, the Realme 6 had the most stamina in our Wi-Fi test.
The lead of above 2 hours Xiaomi or even above 3 hours Nova 5T is significant. The shimmering appearance and the luxurious camera on the back not only know how to impress, but the hardware is rock-solid as well, which is the more important part.
Thanks to the availability of three memory configurations, the Realme 6 is available to prospective buyers with different budget constraints. With different RAM variants, users may adjust one additional, important factor to further reduce the price: Our test device is the highest-end configuration with 8 GB of RAM and GB of ROM and is available for When purchasing any one of these models, buyers receive a - for the price - fairly powerful phone that is not only well-suited to gaming but also equipped with a high-resolution camera that does not disappoint.
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Realme 6 in "Comet Blue" and "Comet White" full resolution. Left: standby button. Top: No connectivity. Right: volume and card slot.
Bottom: 3. Home screen. There is a Color Temperature Adjustment slider in Display Settings that is set to the 'Default' middle position with 'Cooler' and 'Warmer' at the extremes.
Setting this slider to the warmest option yields slightly better results - average deltaE of 3. The Realme 6 is powered by a 4, mAh battery and it supports 30W VOOC Flash Charge 4.
Realme is shipping the 6 with the said 30W charger and its enhanced USB-C cable, which is really nice to see happening for such a budget device.
The Realme 6 scored a brilliant result in our battery test with a hour Endurance rating. It did an excellent job across all test scenarios - video playback, calls, web browsing and even stand-by performance.
Frankly speaking, Realme 6 is still far from ideal when it comes to becoming an all-around gaming smartphone. As the sibling of Realme 6, the Realme 6 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon G chipset, which has been proven to be an excellent option for affordable gaming phones.
This power-efficient chipset comes into operation with Adreno GPU that gives a slight edge over it. A battery of 4, mAh under the hood reportedly lasts really long to navigate the phone through time-to-time gaming sessions as well.
Realme Narzo 20 Pro is obviously capable of taking on any formidable opponents in the under, bracket. Another key spec is the refresh rate - the screen is capable of 90Hz in a land of 60Hz midrangers.
It's not quite Hz as the higher-end phones, but it's not a high-end phone, the Realme 6 Pro. There's another manifestation of the handset's relatively budget-conscious nature - the screen is an LCD and not an OLED.
And it's not a very bright LCD either. We measured just nits with no boost with the auto toggle engaged. Contrast is okay at something-to-1, but we've been spoiled by OLEDs and their true blacks and OLEDs can be had for the Realme 6 Pro's asking price with some other concessions to be made if the display is higher on your list of priorities.
The Realme 6 Pro handles colors in a similar fashion to its stablemates. We found the UI to be easy to use with a look that's close to stock Android.
The Settings app is well designed and we didn't have to struggle to get to what we were looking for. Realme UI also gets features such as Digital Wellbeing, Focus Mode, Dark Mode, and Riding Mode among others.
Realme Dual-Mode Audio, which allows you to connect a Bluetooth and a wired headset to listed to music on the smartphone, is available but the feature is listed under Realme Lab.
We found quite a few preinstalled apps on the device, such as Facebook , Dailyhunt, Gaana, Helo, Opera News, UC Browser, WPS Office and a few Google apps.
It also has a few apps from Realme such as Realme Store, Community, Game Center, Game Space and its own app store called App Market. Stock apps such as Browser would push notifications constantly, which we had to disable.
The spec sheet of the Realme 6 looks interesting and it does translate to good performance in day-to-day use. The 90Hz refresh rate makes the interface very smooth.
We found the display to be slightly reflective under sunlight, but the panel gets bright enough to watch content on. We found the viewing angles to be decent, and this phone does let you change the colour temperature of the panel.
The side-mounted fingerprint scanner on the Realme 6 is quick to unlock the smartphone and we had no issues with it.
We also set up face recognition which uses the selfie camera. We found this to be super quick as well.
Once the raise-to-wake feature is enabled, unlocking the smartphone requires very little effort. We were happy with the performance of the Realme 6 as we never had to wait for long for it to load apps.
With 8GB of RAM on our device, it could multitask easily without needing to terminate apps in the background. App load times were low as well. We ran benchmarks on the Realme 6 to see where it stands compared to some of the other smartphones we have tested recently.
In Geekbench 5's single-core and multi-core tests, the Realme 6 managed and points respectively.