Realme 7 Achievements – As the author said at the beginning of this article, Realme 7 uses the MediaTek Helio G95 chip. A few interesting facts for all, the Realme 7 is the first device to use this processor chip. The variations that the author accepts here are 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (UFS 2.1). The author also understands, this device is only offered in one variation only for the local market.
Touching a little on this processor chip, the MediaTek Helio G95 is an improvement over the MediaTek Helio G90T with android performance improvements on the CPU and GPU. The 12nm chip brings an eight-core design, with 2 x 2.05 GHz Cortex-A76 and 6 x 2.05 GHz Cortex-A55 along with a matching Mali-G76 MC4 GPU. The author also managed to run some benchmark tests on this device through the AnTuTu Benchmark application, GeekBench 5 and Don’t Kill My Apps for reference (refer to the picture below):
Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Review Conclusion
For its performance in the real world, Realme 7 is able to function well and be responsive throughout this review. Arguably, almost all normal daily tasks and activities such as opening, closing and changing applications feel satisfying. Coupled with the support of 90Hz refresh rate function; makes the scrolling experience on the display feels good without facing the issue of extreme time delay.
The author also had the opportunity to test it with a number of primers; such as PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty: Mobile. Through it, the author can play PUBG at the highest graphics setting “HD” with a frame rate of “High”. Meanwhile, COD can be played at a “Very High” graphics setting with a “High” frame rate. Admittedly, no overheated back panel issues were found. However, it does not mean no heat at all. Instead, it’s just lukewarm after being played for about 30 minutes.