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Realme is slowly becoming the unsung hero in the smartphone market of Nepal. Now they have launched Realme 7 together with Realme 7i in Nepal. Realme 7 is expected to be one of the best average phones in Nepal with the availability of a 90Hz display, 5000 mAH battery, 8GB RAM, and dart charging. Realme 7 series has now reached Nepal with the non-pro version and lite “i” version. Find the price and specs of both Realme 7 Pro and Realme 7 devices in Nepal.
Realme 7 flaunts a beautiful 6.5-inch IPS LCD 90Hz refresh rate (Same refresh rate as Realme 6) display with a resolution of 1080x2400p. It is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and has a 90.5% screen-to-body ratio.
Whereas the Pro model boasts a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with the same resolution. The screen to body ratio is a bit higher at 90.8% but equips Corning Gorilla Glass 3+ protection and is Always-on Display. The refresh rate of the Pro model hasn’t been disclosed which means it also should be of 90Hz. Both display house a punch-hole at the left corner where the front camera is confined.
The design of both phones is quite similar but there’s a difference in the rear camera module. The rectangular camera module of Realme 7 Pro is standard like but the camera module of the Non-Pro model is a bit elongated rectangular type.
Both modules are placed at the top left corner and below it is a company logo. The color finish of both phones is shiny and polished. It comes with pretty great color options. The Pro model has a Water-repellent coating which the Non-Pro model lacks.
A side fingerprint sensor mount is placed at the right edge whereas the volume rockers and SIM Tray are placed at the left edge. But the good part is, in the Pro model it has an in-display fingerprint scanner. Type-C reversible connector, 3.5mm headphone jack is placed at the bottom edge.
Even if the camera module is slightly different, the 64MP Quad-camera setup in both phones is the same. The setup uses a 64MP Main sensor + 8MP Ultra-Wide sensor + 2MP Macro lens + 2MP B&W Portrait sensor. A single LED flash supports this setup to assist in a dark environment. This setup is capable of shooting 4K videos at 30fps, 1080p at 30/60/120fps, and has gyro-EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization).
For the front camera, the company is packed a 16MP sensor in Relame 7 and a 32MP sensor in Realme 7 Pro. AI Beautification further pushes these sensors to produce crystal clear beauty selfies. The NightScape mode enhances the performance in low light and helps to get crisp details in selfies. These both setups can shoot videos at 1080p in 30fps, 720p at 30fps and 120fps slo-mo video.
Pro Nightscape, Starry Mode, Super NightScape, Chroma Boost, Bokeh Effect Control are few extra modes that come in the setup. UIS Video Stabilization, UIS Max Video Stabilization, Ultra Nightscape Video, AI Color Portrait Video, Real-time Bokeh Effect Video are some of the video features.
Realme 7 Pro equips Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor and Adreno 618 GPU whereas Non-Pro equips Mediatek Helio G95 chipset and Mali-G76 GPU. Realme 7 is the world’s first phone to feature an Helio G95 chipset and scored 300,000 in AnTutu Benchmark. Both of these chipsets are optimized for gaming. 8GB RAM along with an Octa-core CPU helps both devices to enhance the performance further.
Realme 7 features Superb Carbon Fiber Cooling System to make the performance fly. This cooling system can cool the phone up to 8.6% as per company claims. Both phones run on RealmeUI based Android 10 OS. For storage, both phones offer the 64GB variant and 128GB variant. MicroSDXC card slot is there to expand the storage if needed. You do not need to worry about the storage to store your stuff.
Realme 7 packs a giant 5000mAh battery with support to 30W Dart Charging Technology. This technology can charge the battery from 0%-50% in just 26 minutes. In a single charge, you can get 48 hours of calling, 9 hours of gaming, 15 hours of movie streaming, and 81 hours of music playback.
As for Realme 7 Pro, it packs a bit smaller 4500mAh battery with support to 65W SuperDart Charging Technology. This technology can change the null battery to full in just 34 minutes. With 10 minutes of charge, you can achieve a 42% juice increase and a 43% increase in 30 minutes of charge while heavy gaming at the same time.
For connectivity, you get Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, USB 2.0, Type-C reversible connector, USB-On-The-Go, and 3.5mm headphone jack. Dual Dolby Atmos+ Hi-Res Stereo Speakers are only present in the Pro model. You also get all the necessary sensors like Accelerometer, Gyro, Light, Magnetic Induction, and Proximity. The inclusion of NFC could have been really great but it’s still great.
The price of Realme 7 in Nepal is Rs 35,990 for the 8GB/128GB variant. The phone is now available in two color variants; Mist Blue, Mist White. Out of the two devices, Realme 7 has launched in Nepal, which goes on sale from November 18, 2020.
Realme 7 Pro has not launched in Nepal yet and the company has no plans for its arrival as well. But who knows they might change their plan later. The Realme 7 Pro has two different color options; Mirror Blue, Mirror Silver.
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Realme 7 price in Nepal is already out in only one variant. Whereas, the Realme 7 Pro price in Nepal is expected to be Rs. 42,000 for 8GB/128GB.
Some of the features like Water repellent coating, 3.5mm headphone jack, 30W/65W SuperDart Charge makes both the device quite appealing. Realme 7, 7 Pro have Snapdragon 720G and Helio G95 chipset respectively, which has a good average performance for gaming and overall.
Realme 7 Pro features an in-display fingerprint scanner while Realme 7 has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. Realme 7 series offers a MicroSDXC card slot, that is required for storage expansion but 128GB is sufficient for many. As the Pro variant is still not available in Nepal, you should check out the specs of Realme 7 whether it suits your average midrange Smartphone requirement. If you are confused about specs and don’t know much about then do check out our How To Read Phones Specification Guide.